Local Area

See & Do

Dorset. Land of Dragons, Fossils and Castles...

Durdle Door Holiday Park is part of the Lulworth Estate – 12,000 acres of stunning Dorset countryside and coast. There’s history, action sports, coasteering, safe beaches, scenic walks, picture-postcard villages and charming places to eat all on your doorstep.

“The park has some of the best sea views in Dorset and a great coastline that is a must.”

Trip Advisor 2017

Durdle Door

Created when the sea pierced through the Portland limestone around 10,000 years ago, Durdle Door is likely the most famous stone arch anywhere in the world. From holidaying at Durdle Door Holiday Park itself to photography, nature walks to coasteering, or to just enjoy the stunning views. With Durdle Door just a 10 minute walk from the Park, there’s plenty to see and do here.

Lulworth Castle & park

Built in the C17th, this magnificent building is steeped in history. With extensive parkland, woodland walks, and a children’s playground, the spacious grounds are yours to enjoy. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the Park. Open Sunday - Friday - please call to check before travelling, or ask a member of our dedicated team.

Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove makes for a superb day out for all ages. On offer is tremendous walking, a fabulous visitor centre and shop, seasonal events and organised outdoor activities. Enjoy home made fudge from The Dolls's House, ice-cream on the beach or a freshly prepared meal from The Boat Shed.