Dungy Head

Dungy Head is a coastal promontory located west of Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England.[1] It forms the eastern end of St Oswald's Bay. It is composed of Portland stone strata. The surrounding area is popular for coastal walks, which yield impressive views.[2] Cliff-climbing however is dangerous and not recommended.[1]

Pinion Rock

Pinion Rock (50.6188°N 2.2642°W / 50.6188; -2.2642 (Pinion Rock, Dorset)) is a rock that lies out to sea close to Dungy Head.

References

  1. West, Ian. Dungy Head, St. Oswald's Bay and Man O' War Head near Lulworth Cove; Geology of the Wessex Coast. of Southern England, 2 April 2009.
  2. St Oswald's Bay and Dungy Head from Durdle Door, The South West Coast Path.

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