Durdle Door is an iconic limestone arch situated in the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coastline in Dorset. Visiting Durdle Door, Dorset can be difficult via public transportation, and it is recommended to use a car. The beach is accessible from Lulworth cove or via the car park on the cliff top at Durdle Door Holiday Park. A visit to Durdle Door is highly recommended as part of a wider visit to the region of Dorset, renowned for its stunning countryside.
How to get to Durdle Door from london:
Durdle Door is located on the Southern coast in the region of Dorset, 130 miles from London, 25 miles from Bournemouth.
There are direct trains that run all the time from London to Bournemouth that takes 2 hours. From Bournemouth, you can take a tour that goes to Durdle Door and the Jurassic Coast.