The Jurassic Coast is a stunning landscape and world heritage site, stretching for nearly 100 miles along England’s Southern Coast. It’s named after the geological significance of the rocks and fossils unearthed there. But it’s more than just a haven for geographers. Visit the picturesque village of Lulworth, almost unchanged for hundreds of years, which invokes sentiments of times gone by. The iconic archway of Durdle Door stretches out to sea and is the most recognisable part of this beautiful coastline. You can reach this by taking a gentle clifftop ramble, just over a mile from Lulworth village. Feeling hungry? There’s beachside cafes to take in the scenery as you lunch, or relax in comfort at a traditional inn.