Lulworth is an area in Dorset. It consists of the villages of West Lulworth and East Lulworth.
The area is famous for Lulworth Cove, an important feature of the Jurassic Coast. West Lulworth is situated about half a mile inland from the cove.
Leave the A352 at either Wool or Winfrith Newburgh. Parking is limited in the West Lulworth village. Drive through the village to reach the cove. There is a large car park and visitors centre as you approach the cove. Cars are not allowed past this point.
- Lulworth Cove - Walk down the road from the car park to the cove. Alternatively, walk along the cliff path for a good view of the cove and Stair Hole, another geological feature. It is possible to walk along the hils that surround the cove or along the shingle beach. Access to the area east of the cove is restricted as it is part of a firing range. It is normally only open at weekends and throughout August.
- Durdle Door - 1 mile west of the cove. Take the well trodden path up the hill to the west from the car park. Alternatively, there is a nearer car park at the top of the cliff above Durdle Door. Take the road to Weymouth out of West Lulworth to the top of the hill. The car park is reached through the caravan park.
- Lulworth Castle - East Lulworth
- The Castle Inn - In the village