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Durdle Door & White Nothe Circular Walk

Lulworth Car Park, West Lulworth BH20 5RQ, England
+44 1392 383560
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Breathtaking wherever you look

Reserve a few good hours, put on hiking shoes and enjoy these breathtaking sites. The main... read more

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Magor_K
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Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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Amazing views in every direction, definitely best to go out of peak season as already busy in May... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
booby1961
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Peterborough, England, United Kingdom
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A challenging walk along the South West Coast Path. It is a switchback up and down four hills before returning along a relatively level ridge. It offers great photo opportunities passing some of the geological highlights of the Jurassic Coast. In late Spring and early summer the limestone grassland beside the path is full of rare flowers and clouds of butterflies.
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Lulworth Car Park, West Lulworth BH20 5RQ, England
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Reviewed today

Reserve a few good hours, put on hiking shoes and enjoy these breathtaking sites. The main attraction will be the Durdle Door stone but all the views from the seaside hills and gulfs worth a visit. Park your car at the Durdle Door Parking (minimum...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Amazing views in every direction, definitely best to go out of peak season as already busy in May. We walked on to Osmington Mills and as left Durdle Door the crowds diminished but not the views, took your breath away. I could imagine it being...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Approached via a car park is Durdle Door. You walk down a very steep path to the viewing areas. From the viewing areas which have breathtaking views you can take steps down to the beach or take a long walk across the cliffs. The walk...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

With the coast eroding, make the walk while it's still accessible. Seems more social in the evenings, with bbqs, which get left on the beach.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited here at the right time of year in full sun. Get there early during busy periods as the car park fills up quickly and overflow car parks are used which causes queues. Steep walk down to the beach with steps but I imagine will...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely section of coast line with terrrific views and walks. Favourite with dog walkers and walkers generally. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The walk to the beach is quite easy although it's a bit steep, so not much effort to get there but I wouldn't recomemd it when it rains as it gets muddy. Once you go all the way down to the beach it's worth it,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Use proper hiking boots and you are good to go! Just pick a path and explore. Because no matter which way you go, you'll see incredible vistas that many painters and writers took inspirations from. Some horses even came to check us out as we...More

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Reviewed 11 April 2018 via mobile

This place is beautiful! You can spend hours here just taking in the views. It's a great place to walk along the coast. Parking is £4 for the whole day. They have a little coffee hut. They also have toilets. Lovely when the sun shines!

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Reviewed 5 April 2018

We visited Durdle door at Easter and we loved the exceptional scenery and walks surrounding the main attraction even on a wet and windy day. However we parked in the car park next to Durdle door holiday park which has grass parking spaces which are...More

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Praveen M
29 June 2017|
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Response from DitchAustralia | Reviewed this property |
About 20 to 30 minutes with steep decline on loose gravel track slippery when wet. certain amount of fitness is required for trek back up to carpark.
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Marla S
22 May 2017|
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Response from cheetah2017 | Reviewed this property |
I'd recommend staying at the Limestone Hotel Lulworth Cove. There are trains from London to Poole. From there I think there is a bus which goes along the Jurassic Coast every two hours so you could get that. However I... More
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