West Lulworth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom

Man O' War Beach

Man O' War Beach is situated on the east side of Durdle Door and is renowned for its sandy and pebble-filled terrain. The region, which encompasses Man O' War Beach, is a designated part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The beach offers a picturesque setting, surrounded by imposing cliffs, but can only be reached via a steep footpath and lacks any amenities or beachside toilets. Visitors can park at the Durdle Door Holiday Park, which is a 15-minute walk down a steep path to the beach. Appropriate footwear is required, and the beach is unsuitable for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues. Accessible toilets are available at the Durdle Door Holiday Park car park. The beach is located in West Lulworth, Dorset, United Kingdom.
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Visitor Reviews

Visitor reviews highlight that the beach is beautiful and peaceful with clear water, and visitors love the natural coastline. However, visitors complain about the steep walk down to the beach, expensive parking fees, lack of food options, and the beach being pebbly. Despite the negatives, visitors recommend the beach as a must-visit place.

Where is Man O' War Beach?

Latitude: 50.622181 / Longitude: -2.273623

Man O' War Beach is located in West Lulworth. The following map of Man O' War Beach shows the exact location.

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