Living where we live we are so lucky to have some of the most amazing spots that are worldwide famous one of which being Lulworth Cove right next door to the famous Durdle Door (we couldn’t quite make it up the hill to this spot with a toddler!) Lulworth Cove is right on the Jurassic Coast and is a spot I’ve always visited since I was a child and this was the first time Amelia has been. I know she isn’t quite old enough to appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of the spot but one day she will!
With the sunny weather we’ve recently been having and knowing how unpredictable British weather can be I say it is all about making the most of it. So armed with a picnic we took the drive to Lulworth Cove. As you can see Amelia was just as excited for a day in the sunshine as I was!
From the car park you can walk up what we used to refer to as cardiac hill to see the beautiful Durdle Door or head in the other direction to see the beautiful Lulworth Cove. It was super windy but beautifully sunny. It is so lovely there with a few cute little tea rooms, gift shops, restaurants and a visitors centre.
Like every occasion it was a photo opportunity and I got some really beautiful shots! We enjoyed the view from above then wondered down onto the beach where Amelia like she does best collected stones and shells. That little girl could spend hours hoarding stones and shells, she even stuffs them up the sleeves of her jumper/jacket to be able to carry more.
It was absolutely stunning and you wouldn’t have even known we were in England by the looks of the clear blue skies and the colour of the sea. I have never seen it that blue, we could have been anywhere in the world. I will leave you to enjoy the beauty of the Cove and the other photographs I got from the day.
Thanks for reading!xx