One of Dorset’s most iconic landmarks, Durdle Door is the first natural World Heritage Site and a must-visit for those wanting to see the spectacular beauty the Jurassic Coast offers.
We started our picnic on the beach in Durdle Door , after the picnic and relax time, we walked along the Jurassic Coast to make some shots and discover the wonderful landscape that the coast has to offer us.
The hike was approximately 2/3 or 4 hours (depend on the time we spend at each place), there were small steep hills along the way, as we were going to have 4 stops on our route. We started our journey from Durdle Door and crossing through:
(1) Man O’war Beach,
(2) St Oswald’s Bay Beach
(3) Stair Hole Beach
(4) Lulworth Cove
After getting to Lulworth Cove and having a good amount of pictures with us, we relaxed bit there, before be back to Durdle Door to our Bus