Travel to Durdle Door by road
If you have decided to travel to Dorset via car, the route is straightforward and easy from many locations around the UK. From the south-east, you can drive down the M3 directly to Durdle Door within four hours. For those travelling from the north, the M5, A31 and A35 offer the most direct route, with country roads also offering a scenic route.
To further plan and decide your journey, we suggest that you use AA Route Planner
For further information or to find out about possible delays visit: theaa.com/traffic-news/dorset
Travel to Durdle Door by train
Visiting Dorset by rail offers a smooth and easy journey with scenic views. Depending on your original location, where you’re travelling from can result in an increased travel time than if you go by car or plane. For those who prefer a simple journey, travel to Dorset via train is easy.
For further information or to check train times and prices visit: gwr.com / nationalrail.co.uk
Travel to Durdle Door by plane
Though there are no airports within the locality of Dorset, historic Durdle Door is easily reached from multiple airports. Bournemouth airport is the nearest to the coast, around 30 miles away from Dorset. Combined with hire cars, this is from many northern locations a faster alternative to taking the train or driving.
For additional details or to check flight times and prices visit: bournemouthairport.com