Durdle Door beach is named after the natural arch that reaches out into the sea.
The arch is one of Dorsets most cherished beauty spots a 30(ish) minute walk from Lulworth Cove or 15(ish) minute walk from the holiday park. This location on the South West Coast Path is very popular and you may even see a toomstoner jumping off the arch into the sea below. Although popular the fine pebble beach is never too busy part due to its inaccessibility being a decent walk and steep steps down to the beach.
No facilities only a small kiosk on the hillside above the beach. The nearest car park and shops are at the Durdle Door holiday park or a longer walk from Lulworth Cove.
We have no dog information for Durdle Door beach.
Dogs permitted but may be restricted in the summer.