Durdle Door and Man ‘O’ War beaches are part of the Lulworth Estate. Shingle beaches which are only accessible on foot via a steep path and steps over the hill from Lulworth Cove or down from Durdle Door Car Park (located on the cliff top at the end of Durdle Door Holiday Park.). Parking is available all year with Pay & Display parking (7am – 10pm peak) (10am – 4pm off peak). Both bathing beaches are recommended by the Marine Conservation Society for excellent water quality. Please be aware they shelve steeply in places and to supervise your children at all times. Dogs are allowed. A shop and toilets (including facilities for disabled people) can be found in the Holiday Park (available 1 March to 31 October only).
PLEASE NOTE: Access to Durdle Door beach is limited, sturdy footwear is recommended. The adjacent Man O' War beach is fully accessible via steps.
Car Park at Durdle Door prices 2013: 2 Hours £3, 4 hours £4, 6 hours £5, over 6 hours £7.50, weekly ticket £15. Prices apply between 7am and 10pm. No overnight parking. Motorcycles are free. Tickets can also be used at Lulworth Cove & Lulworth Castle & Park.
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