In the heart of the world famous Jurassic Coast, nestled above the shimmering waters of Lulworth Cove, enjoy superb walking exploring the fascinating heritage and natural history of this glorious stretch of coastline.
As Britain’s first World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast draws geologists and naturalists eager to discover the spectacular rock formations such as Stair Hole, Old Harry Rocks, and the iconic arch of Durdle Door.
Dotted with glittering bays, tiny beaches, towering cliffs, and wildlife-rich chalk downland, this combination of natural history and stunning scenery make a winning combination for walks. From the romantic ruins of Corfe Castle, to picture-postcard harbours, deserted villages and isolated islands, this landscape was the inspiration of Thomas Hardy, and is sure to be yours too. Watch out for spy-hopping dolphins, ride the Swanage steam railway, or hunt for a 55ft giant − the dramatic Dorset coastline is yours to discover.
Whatever your choice for your holiday, a warm welcome awaits you at Lulworth Cove.