Man of War Bay, Dorset, England (with Map & Photos)

Man of War Bay, Dorset - This beach is located on the Jurassic coast of England, on the English Channel. This area is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Just 3 hours from central London, this beach allows you to enjoy incredible views. You'll find arches carved from limestone and shallow crystal clear waters. In short, an attractive mix of sand and stone that makes this beach very special. Also, in Dorset, you will find Durdle Door one of nature's gifts. This masterpiece is formed from limestone and is one of the iconic monuments of Great Britain that you cannot miss.

Man of War Bay Dorset
Man of War Bay Dorset

Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast is a limestone arch between two beautiful beaches, St. Oswald's Bay and Man of War Bay. Even on the hottest days of summer, they will never be overcrowded. To get there, you need to go down several hundred steps in the rock (and this long way will have to be overcome every time if you want to have a snack or go to the restroom). But it's worth it. A beautiful place, sheltered from the wind and so impressive that it was chosen for the filming of the clips of Pink Floyd, Cliff Richard, Bruce Dickinson. The sea is crystal clear but cold. Nearby Lulworth Cove is popular with families as it is easy to reach, and there are several waterfront hotels on the beach.

Man O'War Beach Map