West Country Seascapes

At a Glance:

• Soak up the seascapes of England and Wales with undulating cliff tops wrapped in unspoilt grass and heathland, wander to discover soft sandy beaches and pretty harbour villages.

• Delve into the rich history of the ancient landscape that was sculpted by Celtic, Roman and Norman invaders.

• Discover sandy smugglers coves, the nostalgia of elegant industrial heritage from a bygone era and hidden marvels built right into the craggy rocks on the rugged coastline.

• Encounter the best-loved wildlife of the Atlantic, cruising to watch seals, dolphins, porpoise and seasonal colonies of migratory puffins.

• Enjoy the freshest of British seafood at harbourside towns and seek out one of the many world-renowned seaside restaurants.

Explore the dramatic seascapes of Wales & Southern England from quaint harbour towns and majestic castles to the Jurassic Coast nestled on the romantic rugged shore.

Journey through Snowdonia, a land steeped in history and tradition, with its unique mountainscapes and tumbling rivers rolling down to a dramatic coastline. Discover the grandest of medieval castles perched on the magnificent shores. These architectural marvels, built to impress, are a window back to Wales’ past. Explore the undulating Cambrian Coast and take a scenic heritage train journey along Victorian seafronts and mountain valleys. Stumble across the pretty Portmeirion and the colourful harbour town of Aberaeron. Discover the world-renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, celebrated for its breath-taking seascapes. Stroll the Stackpole estate blessed with soft sandy beaches, wooded valleys and its famous lily ponds. Venture to Skomer Island to experience the seasonal Atlantic puffin colony and take a pilgrimage to the extraordinary 11th century St. Davids Cathedral.

Cross into the rolling hills of England where you will be awed by the iconic Neolithic monument of Stonehenge and discover the mystical ruined abbey imbued with Arthurian legend at Glastonbury. Enjoy the spectacular Cornish shores to find wildflower edged clifftops and explore wave carved Atlantic caves. A region known for its thriving art scene, home to a collection of acclaimed Chef’s and of course the legendary King Arthur and his seat at Tintagel. Seek out secluded smugglers coves, delightful creeks, abundant countryside and tranquil beaches. Fall in love with the romantic gardens, cultivated by the eccentric landed gentry in sprawling English estates. Explore the wild beauty of Devon’s two moorland National Parks. Journey through rolling hills dotted with thatched cottages, the dramatic Jurassic coast with cliff-edged fossil rich bays and the delightful English Riviera. Find the Mayflower steps used by the Pilgrims that set off for America in 1620. Treat yourself to a famous Devonshire cream tea – oven-warm scones, sticky strawberry jam and dollops of clotted cream.

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