There are so many pretty places in England and I am on a mission to see as many of them as I can, especially while I live here! As you may recall from the post My Birthday Weekend in Dorset we went to the Durdle Door in late September after visiting Corfe Castle.
Visiting the Durdle Door was definitely not on my boyfriends’ original itinerary / plan (likely because he had never heard of it) but leaving the castle I saw a post card of this gorgeous arch and when I quick Google search told me it was only 11 miles away we added it to the agenda. To be fair, in this part of the world 11 miles is certainly not 11 minutes, but after half an hour of driving on long, winding roads. You can not drive directly there but that was fine, we parked along the Jurassic Coast and hike / walk ten minutes to the Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch. In case you are trying to picture where in the world this is the Durdle Door is located on privately owned lands but they are open to the public near Lulworth in Dorset, England. Take a look at this natural beauty:
Would you visit the Durdle Door?