The beautiful white pebble beach of Lulworth Cove, with its blue waters and easy access make it a popular destination for lovers of the beach. Low tide reveals wonderful caves and rock pools teeming with sea creatures.
This picturesque shingle beach is a steep fifteen minute walk down from the cliff top car park. Home to the iconic rock arch, it is a great place for relaxing on the beach.
Man O' War Bay
A mix of sand and shingle, this is one of the hidden treasures at Lulworth. Aquamarine water with safe seas for gentle swimming and paddling.
An isolated shingle beach in a wonderful setting, near to the evacuated Tyneham village.
The rocks at Kimmeridge were once the floor of a deep tropical sea. Rich in prehistoric life, many important fossils have been found here.
A tranquil National Trust pebble beach with lovely views across the Jurassic Coast to Portland