Since Covid-19 many of us are considering staycations later this year. Here are some of the best places to visit.
Cornwall has lots of heritage and plenty to explore. Stunning beaches, The Eden Project, Tate St Ives, Lands End and The excellent restaurants of Padstow, Bude, and Newquay, and not forgetting Cornwall famous pasties.
There coast is peppered with traditional seaside villages and popular seaside towns boasting beautiful views.
Beautiful beaches, dramatic coastal cliffs and moody moors make Devon a hikers paradise.
Connected by the extensive, easy-to-follow South West Costal Path, both of Devon’s coastlines can be walked in their entirety, with a wonderful cream tea along the way.
Small coastal villages offer the perfect getaway.
The Lake District
An inspiration to the likes of Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter, many have fallen in love with the place famed for its Sixteen impressive lakes, and high fells including England’s tallest mountain, Scafelthe.
The area is renowned for its stunning walking routes, natural history and its quaint lakeside communities such as Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.
London has something for everyone – no matter what your budget.
It’s great museums are all offer free entry, and theatre tickets at Leicester Square or Shakespeare’s Globe offer a whole range of prices.
The nightlife is incredibly varied and exciting and the city’s diverse, multicultural population makes the city a dream for food lovers with amazing food markets and restaurants.
Main tourist attractions include Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, The London Eye, Covent Garden and Soho.
Renowned as one of the UK’s beauty spots, North Wales has long been singled out as an area of stunning landscapes, from its rolling, rugged terrain to quaint chocolate box villages.
Snowdonia is one of Britains best loved parks and Welsh coastal towns like Conwy, are a must see. Thrillseekers not content with conquering Snowdon’s summit will also find the largest zip line in Europe, artificial waves at Surf Snowdonia, and epic wakeboarding in Conwy.
Vast and sparsely populated the Scottish highlands include Britain’s largest national park, Britain’s highest mountain Ben Nevis, and one of Britain’s most famous lakes, Loch Ness.
The Scottish Highlands have some of the most breathtakingly beautiful scenery in all of the UK, remarkable castles, and some of the world’s best malts whiskeys.
125 miles in of open broads with no lochs so boating holidays are tremendously popular, coasting along Norfolk’s calm waters on your own vessel is an unrivalled way of seeing the landscape.
The Broads even reach Norwich and Great Yarmouth, so its easy to combine your boating holiday with a city break or beach day.
Isle of Wight
Just 25 mins from the mainland, the Isle of Wight boasts 57 miles of beautiful coastline and award winning beaches, picturesque harbour towns and dramatic coastal cliffs. Its a small island of beautiful scenery, and fantastic walks famed for fossil collecting.