Durdle Door is a naturally formed rock arch on an easterly section of the Jurassic Coast between Weymouth and Lulworth Cove. There is an excellent bathing beach just to the west of the arch which can be navigated by Kayak's and similar craft at most states of the tide although care should be taken as a reasonable swell can build up at the arch's entrance.

The view of the arch from the beach is a very well know landmark in Dorset and appears many times throughout the year on television programs and the like.

The less familiar view is one from the sea and is well worth the expense of a boat trip from Weymouth or a Kayak trip from Lulworth to see for yourself first hand.

Durdle DoorDurdle Door is a naturally formed rock arch on an easterly section of the Jurassic Coast between Weymouth and Lulworth Cove. There is an excellent bathing beach just to the west of the arch which can be navigated by Kayak's and similar craft at most states of the tide although care should be taken as a reasonable swell can build up at the arch's entrance.

Follow JurassicCoast on Twitter The view of the arch from the beach is a very well know landmark in Dorset and appears many times throughout the year on television programs and the like. Below is a photograph that the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy are using to promote the 500 days to go to the Olympics openning landmark.

Olympic Sailing The less familiar view is one from the sea and is well worth the expense of a boat trip from Weymouth or a Kayak trip from Lulworth to see for yourself first hand.