The Tour

Visit the Jurassic Coast in one day from London!

The Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Bus Tour provides a fantastic day out on the Jurassic Coast.

After arriving by train from London, you will join the tour bus in Bournemouth.

Bournemouth overlooks Poole Bay, the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast.

Route Map
Route Map


Once everyone is aboard your tour takes you on a scenic drive along Poole Bay, with great views out to the Isle of Wight and the Isle of Purbeck. You will drive through the exclusive neighbourhoods of Canford Cliffs and Sankbanks, both famous for their beautiful properties at sky high prices.

Travelling along the North Shore of Poole Harbour, the second biggest natural harbour in the world, you will also see Brownsea Island, birthplace of the worldwide scouting movement.

Arriving on Poole Quay, still a busy trading port, look across to the HQ of Sunseeker, the luxury powerboat maker, and the world famous Poole Pottery.

You now continue west arriving directly at Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.

Two of the jewels of the Jurassic Coast, the breathtaking scenery gives something for everyone.

Aerial View
Aerial View


Your guide will set you off in the right direction dropping you off in Lulworth or up to Durdle Door. Most passengers who join this tour choose to be dropped up to Durdle Door and then walk over Hambury Tout to Lulworth Cove.

The tour gives you about three hours to explore the area, plenty of time to stretch your legs and then relax with refreshments. There are public toilets at both Lulworth Cove and at the Durdle Door Holiday Park.

The tour bus departs from Lulworth Cove and heads straight back to Bournemouth which takes about 45 minutes depending on traffic.

The Lulworth Cove & Durdle Door Bus Tour