A shingle beach which shelves steeply although some parts are reasonably safe for swimming. Dogs are allowed on the beach.
The Cove offers a variety of places to eat and there is a large car park (fee payable). Make sure you visit the Heritage Centre next to the car park for all kinds of information about the area and the Jurassic Coast. There are toilets with disabled and baby changing facilities at the Heritage Centre. Boat trips are available during the summer. Lulworth Cove is part of the Lulworth Estate.
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Parking charges apply.
Map & Directions
The nearest major road is the A352 at Wareham. From Wareham take the A352 for approx 1.5 miles then left onto the B3070 - follow the brown signs for Lulworth Cove and West Lulworth. From Dorchester follow the A352 to Wool, then take the B3071 towards West Lulworth.
Public Transport Directions
By Bus: There are 3 bus services to West Lulworth for Lulworth Cove (numbers 30, X55 and 104). The 30 bus operates daily from 25 June to 31 Aug 2016. The X55 bus operates daily from 28 May to 4 September 2016. The 104 bus operates all year Monday to Saturday.
By Train: The nearest railway station is Wool (on the London Waterloo to Weymouth line). Bus numbers 30 (seasonal service), X55 (seasonal service), or 104 connect Wool Railway Station to West Lulworth for Lulworth Cove. The 30 bus operates daily from 25 June to 31 Aug 2016. The X55 bus operates daily from 28 May to 4 September 2016. The 104 bus operates all year Monday to Saturday.
To plan your journey contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit their website: www.travelinesw.com to look up bus timetables. From 1st July 2015, calls cost 12p per minute plus your phone company's access charge.
- Free Entry
- In countryside
- Outdoor Attraction
- Village Location
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
Parking & Transport
- On Bus Route - 30, X55 or 104 - Lulworth Cove bus stop
- Parking (charge) - for cars and coaches
- On-Site café/restaurant - various cafes, pubs and restaurants
- Open all year