Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove in Dorset is a stunning, scallop-shaped cove which was formed approximately 10,000 years ago by the power of water.

The landscape around the cove is constantly changing - it continues to evolve behind a narrow Portland Stone entrance whilst the softer chalk exposures are eroded. 

Moonfleet Sailing at Lulworth Cove taken
Moonfleet Sailing at Lulworth Cove by Li
Moonfleet Sailing at Lulworth Cove
The area is extremely important for its geology, with some of the finest folding strata in Europe. 

This horseshoe cove and pebble beach has recently been added into the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline.
 
Sailing into Lulworth Cove on our 5 hour trip to drop anchor for lunch is a truly memorable experience!
Moonfleet Sailing taken by Lisa Skelsey
Moonfleet Sailing in Lulworth Cove taken
Moonfleet Sailing at Lulworth Cove by lu
Moonfleet Sailing at Durdle Door taken b
We visit Durdle Door along the way!
Lulworth Cove is quite shallow so the sea can be warm enough for a pleasant swim.
Don't forget your towel!
 
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