A short hop along the coast from Bournemouth you’ll find one of Dorset’s most cherished attractions. Don’t forget your camera at Lulworth Cove – you won’t want to miss these once-in-a-lifetime shots.
Formed after the last ice age around 10,000 years ago, the cove’s rocks are a magnet for geologists around the world. But for those of us non-experts, what really grabs you is the stunning beauty.
Take a walk along the cliffs to get picturesque, panoramic views of the area, before heading back down to uncover a perfect, white pebble beach and water the shade of blue from your seaside dreams.
Catch the cove as tides recede to discover rock pools and the fascinating sea creatures that lurk within – a must with the kids.
You’ll also find eating options aplenty, room to park the car and a heritage centre that offers essential information about the cove – itself a staircase to the rest of the Jurassic Coast.Take a quick break from the traditional seaside and head to Lulworth – a short trip you won’t regret, and an Instagram feed full of new memories.