Lulworth Cove (Dorset) Reviews
Newest Review: ... to Lulworth! A lot of the area and land around Lulworth is MOD property so be careful and don't stray off the beaten path unless you know where you're going. I only visited Lulworth as I visiting another local beach at Kimmeridge Bay, just up the road, highly recommended for surfing, much more beautiful and quieter, and a very good beach for fossils! I also visited Lulworth Castle while in the area which is also highly recommended. Back to Lulworth Cove, there is a purpose made car park for a couple of hundred cars, and overflow up a hill for several hundred more cars, when we visited the overflow was almost full as well. I thought this mu... more
Customer Lulworth Cove (Dorset) Reviews (4)
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 281 readings)
Lulworth is situated on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, south west of Poole before Weymouth. A very popular Cove locally and can often be very busy during the Summer. You can follow the signs for Lulworth Castle from Poole, and just carry on past the castle towards the coast. The Cove is a pebble enclosed beach in a cove several hundred metres round. Beautifully calm waters, lots of friendly people, lots of noisy dogs and some watersports users will accompany you to Lulworth! A lot of the area and land around Lulworth is MOD property so be careful and don't stray off the beaten path unless you know where you're going. I only visited Lulworth as I visiting another ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/08 (Very useful, 232 readings)
Lulworth Cove is a fantastic day out, it's part of the English south coast in-between Weymouth & Swanage. It is part of the Jurassic Coastline, one of Britain's main tourist sites. Which also includes Durdle door & Stair Hole. Lulworth Village is located a just 10 minute walk from the cove so this isn't too isolated and it can be reached by train the bus or by car. Lulworth Cove is, as the name suggests a cove in a wonderfully beautiful shell shape. It has been formed by the sea slowly eroding the rocks within the cliffs, this has created a cove. The reason it has the edges which stick out, making it resemble a shell is because there was harder rock in ... Read the complete review
by R D Fraser - written on 01/09/07
hi just got back from lulworth cove , won,t be going back ! as a disabled driver i was treated like a second class citizen, there were only ten disabled bays all full, four of which were taken by cars without a blue badge i was told i had to park at the far end of the car park ,when i pointed to empty spaces closer to the cove i was told i could not use them as they were for motorbikes yet they were empty ! so if your disabled don,t go to lulworth un less you can ride a motor bike . Yours R D ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/06 (Very useful, 4212 readings)
Lulworth cove is situated on the south coast of England in Western Europe. Lulworth is located on the Jurassic coast and is just over ten miles from Weymouth. The isle of Purbeck is not an island but a peninsula. Lulworth Cove is known for its beauty and heritage. With Durdle door, stair hole and the man O war rocks all within a 2km walk away, it certainly is a place of beauty and tranquillity. I have been here twice; once on my duke of Edinburgh expedition with this area being my final destination, so that we could go and explore the area and another trip a few weeks back, and I found his trip the most exciting where I could kick back and relax. ... Read the complete review
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