About this spot
The horseshoe shaped Lulworth Cove is a fantastic location, full of photographic opportunity and a perfect example of coastal erosion. The cove was formed approximately 10,000 years ago by the awesome powers of the sea and a river that swept down to the water’s edge; it now resembles a giant amphitheatre, steep cliff faces encircling the cove on all sides with the 100 yard entranceway being the exception; yet another marvel of the Jurassic Coast.
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