Summer means the perfect time to rush to the luxurious locations around the globe. However, many people cannot do that and they keep staying home watching tv or posts on social media. If you are looking for something closer to home then feel blessed as the UK has so many destinations that are quite alluring.
Northumberland in the Scottish border has something or else for everybody. It is located at the northeast coast of England and its beautiful and pristine beaches are getting great reviews regularly. You can get there by taking a boat from the Seahouses head to the Sea Bird Sanctuary, Farne Islands, located in the British Isles. There you can see the Atlantic Seals. You can book as many as cruises you wish that will give you an excellent opportunity for viewing the offshore mammals and birds.
Scottish Highland welcomes tourists round the year with its various summer as well as winter activities. Start with enjoying the panoramic view of CairnGorm Mountain. Enjoy mountain bike activities or partake in ski depending upon the season you are there.
The next important destination is the Rothiemurchus Estate. A haven for the nature lovers you can pass through the stunning lochs and enjoy the forest at the foot of the mountains. A real treat for nature lovers. Aviemore is perfect for the young ones in the group who may get bored with the walks in the Rothiemurchus. The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre and Highland Wildlife Park are good for 12 years or Youngers as they can ride sled dogs there. You will not need your own car to reach there too! Just check out for the prices of a Monthly Bus Pass and reach there to enjoy.
Lake District is further south and is another great spot for the nature lovers. You can put on your walking boots and spend quality time with Mother nature there. You can climb Helvellyn, hike in Great Langdale, or cruise on Lake Windermere. There is a nature trail for the kids too.
If you want to enjoy the only coastal national park of UK you must head to Pembrokeshire. It is located at the south coast of Wales and is considered as one of the best spots for holidaying. There are pristine beaches with lovely boutique shops and top-notch pubs that attracts tourists all year through.
Even for the kids, there are attractions too like the Overhang indoor climbing center. Give your little one a rock climbing experience. Animal lovers can head to Zoo in Kilgetty or the Folly Farm Adventure Park. There are more than 100 species of animals out there and little ones will love the pirate adventure center too.
While you are there why not visit the animals of yesteryear? Visit Tenby’s dinosaur Park and have a full funny family time.
Cornwall is the southernmost destination that is worth mentioning. You can enjoy the beautiful beaches and the rugged coastline. If you are a keen bird watcher then head to Land’s end, the most southwesterly part of Britain.
Cornwall has a lot of activities for its visitors too. Enjoy the series of rope bridges at Tamar valley and do not forget to get excited at the watersports.
Undoubtedly, UK homes a great number of holiday destinations that will let you relax or get involved in various activities.