The UK is a beautiful tourist destination. But a lot of people think that the country’s attractions are restricted to a few ancient castles, forts, and piers.
However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. The UK has plenty of picturesque locations. Consider the following:
1). High Force, Durham
When you’re at High Force, it feels like you have abandoned the UK for the Jungles of South America. The waterfalls are a sight to behold, not to mention the pool into which they plunge.
This is where you flee to if you want to immerse your senses in great plant and animal life.
The Lake District is a great location for anyone looking to enjoy a beautiful but serene landscape. There are plenty of large but quiet lakes in the vicinity. Depending on where you choose to stay, the sights are quite amazing.
To get the best out of Ullswater, you can either take a canoe out onto the water or traverse the mountains.
3). Dunnotar Castle, Aberdeenshire
Some people don’t care about historic ruins. However, this fortress in Scotland will blow your mind. It was built on a cliff, so the view of the sea is unlike anything you have ever seen.
4). Three Cliffs Bay, Swansea
Three Cliffs Bay in wales is a marvel. The shoreline of sand dunes alone will drop your jaw. And that isn’t even taking into account the limestone cliffs and salt marshes.
There is so much to see here. You can enjoy a picnic in between taking photographs.
Bath in Somerset is a Roman city that the government has worked really hard to protect. As such, all its ancient charm has survived. You don’t have to do much here. Just walk around and admire the infrastructure
6). Lulworth Cove
Located in Dorset, Lulworth Cove provides an appealing view of very clear waters. There’s a reason UNESCO dubbed it a World Heritage Site.