Lulworth and nearby villages

Lulworth is made up of two picturesque villages, East and West Lulworth, it’s part of the Jurassic coast and is home to some of the most spectacular landmarks.

West Lulworth village has a pretty millpond, which is the remain of an old watermill and a tiny Dolls House building which is now a cafe and shop. Its also home to Lulworth Cove, it’s a perfect round bay and is one of Dorset’s most well-known landmarks. Lulworth is highly popular with visitors of all ages due to the unspoilt beaches, fantastic walks and many geological interests. Durdle Door and the Man O’ War beach are also located just a short walk/drive from Lulworth.

Lulworth Castle with its beautiful grounds and chapel are located in East Lulworth. The Castle is home to the iconic Bestival festival in August and attracts visitors from all over to enjoy the music and fun activities.

There are many brilliant things to do near Lulworth including visiting the deserted village of Tyneham. The Tank Museum and Monkey world are located in the village of Bovington, they are great days out whatever the weather and whatever your age!