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On the Jurassic Coast, a fossil’s throw from quaintly named Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove is a sheltered shell-shaped oasis edged with white pebbles. The impressive rock formations along this varied stretch of shoreline represent 185 million years of Earth’s history, and while the small cluster of pubs and places to stay that surround Lulworth Cove might not have been around quite that long, they are satisfyingly far from modern. Visit for restorative, laidback charm, incredible natural sights and, if you’re feeling brave, a dip in some of the bluest waters in the UK.