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Durdle Door & White Nothe Circular Walk

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Durdle Door & White Nothe Circular Walk

431 Reviews
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Jurassic Coast: Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door half day trip
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Jurassic Coast: Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door half day trip

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The Jurassic Coast features some of southern England’s most scenic shoreline. Travel via Poole Harbour and Sandbanks, and visit Lulworth Cove and the natural limestone arch of Durdle Door, with 3 hours to spend at your leisure. This half-day tour of the UNESCO World Heritage site departs by coach from Bournemouth, easily reached by bus or train; it makes for an easy day trip from London and South East England.
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PAJ wrote a review May 10
Sheffield, United Kingdom6 contributions11 helpful votes
Stunning views, bracing in a strong wind however, but unseasonably quiet in early May when we were there. The walk is steep down to Durdle Door with steps down to the shingle beach. For someone fit and able this would not be a problem though for those not used to exertion caution is advised, 2 people had collapsed on our return to the top and ambulances were called. You can walk from Durdle Door car park to Lulworth Cove which is recommended and there is a refreshments truck in the car park and toilets, but beware if you arrive in a motorhome, I noted parking charges are a staggering £15 for those as opposed to £5 for cars.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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David B wrote a review Apr 2021
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Wonderful place spoilt by litter. Unbelievably, most of the litter bins have been replaced by signs saying take your litter home. Maybe spend some of the £15 parking fee employing some local kids to collect bins/litter. Typical money scrimping by the owners and then blaming tourists for spoiling their money machine. (We took ours and others litter home as there were no bins whatsoever at the lower levels.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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patsilvercar wrote a review Sep 2020
Woodford,Essex, England117 contributions59 helpful votes
It is a good walk but sadly mobbed with tourists even out of season. Could have done with a toilet somewhere on route
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Graham Reynolds wrote a review Sep 2020
Newbury, United Kingdom101 contributions6 helpful votes
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This is a fascinating place to visit, ok so it’s a bit of a walk but well worth. The see was calm and that beautiful blue the rock feature and view are just stunning . It was busier than what I would have liked especially with current restrictions. Finding it and parking was easy. The walk along the hills is hard but worth it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Marie B wrote a review Sep 2020
wigan, United Kingdom137 contributions71 helpful votes
Called here on our way from lulworth cove to sidmouth. Parked at the top. Car parking was a bit dear. Toilet facilities. The walk is quite steep so make sure you wear suitable footwear and are fit because you have to walk back up. The views are amazing though and definitely worth it. I walked it at 6 months pregnant.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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