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Stunning landscapes, spectacular wildlife and scenic drives galore. You’ll find all this and more on the Isle of Man.
Factor in fresh, locally produced food, outdoor adventures plus fascinating Manx heritage and you have a unique holiday destination packed with variety and charm. For such a small landmass, it certainly boasts plenty of reasons to visit. At just 33 miles long and 13 miles wide, it is possible to cover much of the island by car in just one day.
England is jam-packed with stunning places to visit, almost so jam-packed that most of us will only ever see a small percentage of them! Today we are looking at five of our favourite places, so if you're seeking inspiration for your next travel destination - we can help!
Five Stunning Places To Visit In England
1. The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds has everything from rolling green hills and quaint sleepy villages. It's the perfect place for picnics in the sunshine, antique shopping or stopping for a quick pint in one of the many village pubs.
Based at the home of British Surfing in the International Surfing Centre Fistral Beach Surf School is the perfect place to learn to ride the Cornish waves! The highly trained coaches cover all abilities from beginners to competitive surfers to ensure an exciting and memorable surfing experience. Open all year round, the school provides equipment for all conditions including wetsuits, hooded thermal rashvests, boots & gloves, so don’t let the winter weather put you off!
Soak up the sun, relax in a deck chair, build sandcastles with the children. It could be a day at one of the south west’s stunning coastlines but from 20 July you’ll be able to get that beach vibe at Clarks Village.
The free, pop up mini-beach features three sandpit zones with eight tonnes of sand, a canopied seating area, deck chairs and outdoor games including giant Connect 4, Table Tennis and Table Football.
Chiltern Open Air Museum, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire
Discover more than 30 rescued historic buildings, including a 1940s prefab, blacksmith’s forge, toll house, Victorian earth cottage, tin chapel, replica Iron Age roundhouse, medieval barns, working historic farm and WW1 and WW2 Nissen huts; all nestled in 45 acres of beautiful woods and parkland. The Museum has an extensive program of re-enactment events, orienteering course and sensory trail. Open Daily 10am – 5pm until October 31st.
There are many reasons you might choose to venture to Winchester. The fact it’s England’s ancient capital is one. A rich and diverse literary heritage is another. Perhaps being voted the happiest place to live might lure you to its pretty winding streets.
Whatever does bring you here prepare to be bowled over by this beautiful cathedral city.
Perched on the edge of the South Downs National Park and just one hour from London, this destination has all the excitement of the big city on a slightly sleepier scale.
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