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Arching proudly into the wild currents of the English Channel is one of the UK's most famous limestone formations, Durdle Door. Created over 10,000 years ago by piercing sea waves, the iconic natural monument sits at one end of beautiful pebble beach, Lulworth Cove, part of the renowned Jurassic Coast. Stretching from Exmouth to Studland Bay, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is a haven for those interested in fossils and geological formations. Durdle Door is at the heart of this coastline and offers a fantastic Dorset holiday destination, with plenty of fantastic Durdle Door holiday cottages that you are sure to enjoy.

Be spoilt for choice by scenic walking trails along the South West Coast Path

There is much to see and do near Durdle Door; the South West Coast Path runs next to Durdle Door, offering walking-enthusiasts a fantastic way to explore this beautiful part of the world and take in all of the fantastic sights. The coast path begins in the town of Minehead, reaching 630-miles to Poole Harbour in Dorset, and can be broken up into lots of smaller trails that take in some of the spectacular countryside inland as well. Close to Durdle Door are the villages of East and West Lulworth. Due to its proximity to the natural feature, the latter is the larger of the two, offering a number of cafes and shops. Although smaller, East Lulworth is no less charming with its traditional thatched cottages and nearby Lulworth Castle.

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