Paradise in Dorset: Your photos of Durdle Door11 Feb 2021
What does paradise look like to you?
We reached out to some of the wonderful individuals who have tagged our instagram account @durdle_door for these photos. They embody the sense of paradise that both holidaymakers and daytrippers alike gain from seeing Durdle Door in person.
It’s always so incredible to see how each person expresses their experience on the iconic beach through photography.
Where can I find paradise in the UK
You may want to visit because of the dramatic backdrop the scenery provides, but perhaps you want to jump right into the crystal clear waters for some snorkelling or SUP boarding? Or a hike along the chalky white cliffs of the South West Coast Path?
Does Durdle Door allow dogs?
Importantly, Durdle Door is paradise to everybody. This is even extended to dogs! They can run around on the beach all year long. A pebbly beach is great for fetch practice!
Sunset photos at Durdle Door
Sunsets, sunrises, ‘through the keyhole’ once-in-a-lifetime moments, even engagements and special occasions have their home at Durdle Door.
Your piece of paradise. That’s what we’re here for.
When is the best time to visit Durdle Door
One night stay or here for a week, between 1st March – 31st October come and make this piece of the Dorset coastline your piece of paradise.
Wintery photos bring out the different hues in the pebble beach than in summer. The crystal blue sea can be mistaken for the Mediterranean in summer.
Durdle Door Holiday Park offers different types of accommodation to suit all budgets and requirements, from luxury holiday homes and glamping to camping, touring and pods.
Don’t forget to tag us in any Durdle Door photos you take @durdle_door.
*All photos posted with express permission.