Lulworth Cove - View Over - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama overlooking Lulworth Cove. I remember scrambling all over the cliffs and rocks here as a child. The number of visitors and tourists in the area has increased greatly since then, thanks in part to the declaration of the area as a World Heritage Site and the formation of the official Jurassic Coast designation. This vantage point provides great panoramic views over the cove and along the coastline. In the panorama you can clearly see the shape of the circular cove cut into the cliffs, with Stair Hole and Durdle Door to the west, seeming to march off into the low sun.
Lulworth Cove - View Over - FURTHER INFORMATION
Lulworth Cove - View Over - Lulworth visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Lulworth Cove - View Over' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Dorset.
This panoramic picture of Lulworth Cove was taken from the top of the cliffs on the western arm giving a view over the cove and down the Dorset coastline. For more information about how Lulworth Cove was formed please see the panorama taken from the beach of Lulworth Cove. The other sights of interest nearby include Stair Hole with the Lulworth Crumple, Durdle Door, Man o'War and the chalk hills of the Dorset coastal path. This whole area is part of the Jurassic Coast and a World Heritage Site. The geology and outstanding beauty have made the area world famous and a very popular tourist attraction.
Lulworth Heritage Centre (Tourist Information Centre)
Tel 01929 400587
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Lulworth and Lulworth Cove is on the south coast of Dorset, about 18 miles west of Swanage (A531, then B3070 roads), and 15 miles east of Weymouth (A 353, then A 352, turn left onto Water Land and High Street).