The UK is one of the top holiday destination spots with millions of tourists visiting the place thanks to its wonderful coasts, country sides, abundant wildlife and rich culture. This provides an attractive destination as there is something for everyone to do. Some of the top destinations that you should visit here include:
This is one of the warmest and sunniest places found in the UK. Cornwall features incredible beaches, fabulous waters, secluded covers as well as the most gorgeous stretches that are found on the coastline. Should you visit the place don’t forget to sample the Cornish pastry that is made with onions, swede and beef. You should also visit the open air Minack Theatre which provides breath taking sea views, an 18th century village, the St Michaels Mount where you can view the fairy-tale castle and the Eden project.
This is a unique and spectacular landscape of farmland, woodland and moorland that makes a perfect holiday destination for people who love the outdoors and nature. This is one of the most fine-looking locations which is found in the UK. You can take a stroll through the Exmoor’s dramatic coast line or make your way to the top of the Dunkery Beacon to experience a fabulous paroma of extremely natural beauty. You should visit the place clad in hiking boots and you should also look out for the wild cat also referred to as the Exmoor beast which has been known to the roam the place. Don’t forget to visit the village of Porlock where you can view parts of a submerged forest at a low tide, the cliff railway that is water powered linking the towns of Lynmouth and Lynton as well as Tar Steps which is a medieval bridge that is rumoured to have been laid down by giants to complete the holiday in the best way possible.
This is among one of the most important world heritage sites that stretches from east Dorset to east Devon. Some of the features that you will enjoy seeing here include a dramatic shingle beach that surrounds a tidal lagoon, Chesil bank, Durdle door which is a limestone arch that the sea flows through and the Lulworth cove. Don’t forget to visit the Charmouth heritage centre so that you can see something that is similar to the Scelidosaurus which is a dinosaur that was located on the Jurassic cost . You will also find the curving harbour that features John Fowl’s a French Lieutenant’s and Jane Austen’s Persuasion as well as Lyme Regis which is famous for its Cobb.
This is an old beech woodland and beautiful grassland that make the Cotswolds a worthy holiday destination in the UK thanks to its outstanding natural beauty. This is complimented by the unique architecture which features elegant honey and cream coloured buildings that are clustered around the village squares as well as the banks of rivers and streams. Whilst here, don’t forget to visit the local vineyards, Cotswold Water Park and the Cotswold way which features a 103 mile footpath that offers spectacular views over the Vale of Evesham and Severn Valley.