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A Jurassic gem of a park location

SeptNewsParkJurassicIconic park along Jurassic coast in the spotlight

Set in the very heart of Dorset, the iconic arch of Durdle Door and the sheltered pebble beach at Lulworth Cove mark one of the most picturesque stretches of coastline in the UK. Both are set on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, known for its abundant and diverse wildlife,studied by geologists and naturalists from around the world. The entire area is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to rare species of birds, plants and insects including 32 different types of butterflies.

It is hard to believe that it’s possible to secure a holiday home in such a top spot but this is exactly what’s on offer at Durdle Door Holiday Park.  Here there’s a range of options, from static caravans to buy or hire, pods, holiday cottages, touring or camping areas, so there’s something for everyone.  

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Of course it’s particularly popular with those who love the outdoors, either spending time on the beach, enjoying water sports or enjoying one of the spectacular coastline walks. There’s plenty to do here, with historic towns and villages and an abundance of tourist attractions nearby, such as Swanage Steam Railway, Bovington Tank Museum, Lulworth Castle and Poole Harbour. To find out more visit www.lulworth.com

 


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