Durdle Door Beach, West Lulworth

West Lulworth, Dorset, England, UK

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.

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Dogs permitted but may be restricted in the summer.

Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Lulworth Cove on 23rd January 2017

02:47 - High Tide (1.51m)
07:58 - Low Tide (1.05m)
15:10 - High Tide (1.44m)
20:19 - Low Tide (0.87m)

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Water Quality at Durdle Door

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