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On our visit to Dorset, we first visited Lulworth cove and got disgusted with the smell of murky water. The weed was rotten and foul smell was making it difficult to stay there. The beach was shingle so we didn't like it either. It was...More
We planned a trip to Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and Weymoth beach from Reading. It turned out be a fantastic day out on a lovely sunny day. You can park at Lulworth cove and visit both Lulworth cove beach and durdle door. Parking is a...More
Having always wanted to visit i was very happy to finally get here! we decided to park at Lulworth Cover and walk the cliff walk to Durdle Door as we'd heard the car park at Durdle Door itself was extortionate.
Its only a mile away...More
Today we visited Lulworth and we were totally disgusted at the very unfriendly welcome in the car park. In the rough and steeply sloping car park we tried to pay for a parking ticket at FOUR parking meters and none of them worked. The minimum...More
Fortunately the day we arrived at Lulworth Cove was sunny, blue skys, and a fresh (chilly) breeze. Good conditons for walking the coastal paths. Scenery is wonderful. The Cove is (at this time of year) quiet and pleasant. A local informed us that in the...More
I had visited Durdle Door in Dorset in the new year weekend- not the best time to visit it but given the mild weather we had in the UK during this time, it turned out to be a ncie trip.
The site consists of the...More
First stop was Lulworth Cove which is easy to find with ample parking. Beautiful scenery and a lovley place for a swim! You can also see Stair Hole here which is a great photo opp. We decided not to walk from here to Durdle Door...More