Spring is around the corner and I have the perfect place for you to go when it'll be sunny here! Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, the two stunning natural wonders are located on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England, and are a must-see for anyone who loves the outdoors and natural beauty.
Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch that was formed by the waves of the English Channel eroding the rock over thousands of years. It is one of the most photographed and iconic landmarks on the Jurassic Coast, and for good reason. The turquoise waters of the sea contrast perfectly with the white cliffs and the arch, creating a picture-perfect scene that is truly breathtaking.
A short walk from Durdle Door is Lulworth Cove, another stunning natural formation. The crystal-clear waters of the cove will make you feel like you are more in Italy than the UK and on a sunny day it is totally worth the journey from London!
Both Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove are easily accessible by car or public transportation, and there are plenty of walking trails and hikes to explore in the area. For those who want to explore the surrounding countryside, the South West Coast Path offers miles of stunning views and walking opportunities.
Some of the questions I was asked when I went there:
Can you go there as a day trip? How long was the drive?
We went there for a day trip because we didn’t mind the long drive! Took us 2.5 hours to get there.
Is this drive was ok for a day? Or better to stay there for night or two?
We went there for a day trip because we didn’t mind the long drive. Took us 2.5 hours to get there. If you choose to stay over I would enjoy a different area on the next day as there are so many special corners down there