Lulworth Cove Feature

With awe-inspiring scenery and clear blue seas, Lulworth Cove, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is well-known for its fascinating geological features and panoramic views of the Devon coastline.

Formed in a perfect crescent due to sea erosion and boasting glistening white sands, this truly is a site of astounding natural beauty.

Image Credits: Richard SzwejkowskiCC BY-SA 2.0; Miles SabinCC BY-SA 2.0; claudia gabriela marquesCC BY-SA 2.0

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Useful Information

Dog Friendly

Parking

  • Dogs welcome on the left side of the slipway
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  • Public and disabled toilets
  • Caf├ęs
Parking
  • Charge for parking

Activities

Rock pooling

Rock-pooling

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Boat Trips

Weather & Tide

Local Tide Times

25 October 2021

Time Type Height
02:21 low 0.6m
09:53 high 2m
14:33 low 0.7m
22:13 high 1.8m

26 October 2021

Time Type Height
02:39 low 0.7m
10:10 high 1.9m
14:55 low 0.7m
22:36 high 1.7m

27 October 2021

Time Type Height
02:59 low 0.8m
10:33 high 1.8m
15:22 low 0.8m
23:10 high 1.5m

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