Visit South West England
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Visit South West England
Home to Stonehenge, historic Glastonbury, Cornish coastline and picturesque Devonshire hills and majestic Bath Spa; South West England is the perfect destination in the UK.
This laid-back coastal county is famous for it’s pristine beaches and wonderful surfing. Picture-postcard fishing villages abound, where visitors can enjoy freshly caught seafood or local ales from a smugglers inn. The South west Coast path is the longest stretch of unbroken coastline in the country and a walker’s delight. Inland, Cornwall boasts rugged moorland and a fascinating tin mining heritage.
Devon is a rich mix of landscapes – from the wild drama of Dartmoor and Exmoor to the quaint coastal villages of the traditional British seaside holiday. South Devon is a great place to start, with Dartmoor on the doorstep, the magical market town of Totnes and the fun seaside resort of Torquay, you could not ask much more of a holiday destination. Devon also has a rich cultural heritage, with a many artisans and craftsmen within its borders.
Bath and Bristol
The ancient Roman city of Bath is built around the only hot spring in England, named Bath literally because it began as a ‘bath house’. The city is a World Heritage site, and for good reason. Nearby Bristol is a hotbed of contemporary culture and fantastic nightlife. Excellent shopping opportunities are rife and a night out in the many pubs and clubs will satisfy even the most enthusiastic party animals!
With three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a generous sprinkling of cider orchards and farms, Somerset is a rural beauty. Feel the magic at Glastonbury Tor, and sample some real Cheddar cheese from its home at Cheddar Gorge.
The iconic Stonehenge resides deep in the heart of Wiltshire, and nearby Avebury is home to yet another stone circle. White horses are carved into the chalk hills across Wiltshire and they are well worth a visit – some are over 250 years old. Canal enthusiasts are in for a treat in Devizes – the magnificent Caen Hill lock flight is a true boating curiosity, and quite a challenge too!
Dorset is home to the 200 million year old shoreline known as the Jurassic Coast – a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, packed with fossils and intriguing history. Tiny villages nestle into peaceful countryside, alongside the hubbub of Bournemouth and Poole.
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