Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England. A 5 min car journey from Lulworth Cove, it's super easy to see both in one day. Durdle Door is a little more challenging to see as there is quite a steep walk down to see it then back up again. I would recommend wearing hiking boots or sensible shoes. There was a cold breeze when I was there in April, so also make sure you have warm clothes depending on the time of year.
Although we went on a grey day, the views were spectacular and I bet a sunny day would be even more stunning. There's lovely views of beaches, hills, cliffs & The Isle of Portland, which is the southernmost point of Dorset and sits in the English Channel. I loved the natural rock formation and couldn't believe I was still in England.
I couldn't quite believe how huge this limestone arch was. Although I didn't walk down onto the beach, I could see its size next to the people that were down there. The beach was beautiful too, and I imagine in summer would be a great place for a picnic & swim.