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Top 14 Beautiful Places to the visit in Britain

Britain is a beautiful country to visit. It has many beautiful places that can attract tourists from different over the world. From cozy places to beaches, Britain is full of wonderful places.

Below are beautiful places to visit in Britain.

1. Portmeirion, Wales

Portmeirion, Wales

This small, vibrant Mediterranean-style village was built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975. Portmeirion is located near the River Dwyryd. This place has a hotel, spa, restaurant, tea-room, beach, and numerous shops.

2. Lake Windermere, Cumbria

It is located in the idyllic Lake National Park in northwest England; lake Windermere is one of the most popular places in the area. It is surrounded by mountain peaks and villages, including Bowness-on Windermere.

3. Stonehenge, Wiltshire

One of the most attractive structures in all of Europe is Stonehenge dates back to c.3000 BC. The stone has attracted many tourists from around the world. If you plan to visit Britain, make sure you visit Stonehenge. When you visit this place, this structure will surely amaze you.

4. Durdle Door, Dorset

Durdle Door
Durdle Door

Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset is home to an amazing Durdle Door. This incredible stone arch is over 400 feet tall and is privately owned. However, a durable door is still open for the tourist to the visitor. Visitors can visit durdle door any day of the year to create wonderful memories and click great pictures.

5. Tresco Abbey Gardens, The Isle of Scilly, Cornwall

Tresco Abbey Garden is located about 30 miles off the coast of Cornwall and has an almost tropical air. This garden has over 20000 plants from 80 countries around the world.  The greenery of this place is what attracts people the different countries.

6. Whiteless Pike, Lake District

Whiteless pike in Lake District sits over Lake Buttermere, and the small peaked summit provides beautiful views of the lakes Crummock and Loweswater. If you want to enjoy the hilly range, then whitelist pike is surely a beautiful place to visit.

7. The White Cliffs of Dover

White Cliff
White Cliff

White cliffs Dover is another wonderful to visit in Britain. It is located on the English coastline, facing the Strait of Dover and France. This cliff face reaches heights of 350 feet.

8. Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

Giant’Causeway is located on the north-eastern coast of Ireland. This massive hexagonal shaped black basalt was formed 50 to 60 million years ago by volcanic activity in the region. This place in Britain also attracts many tourists in a year. The amazing view is what attracts people.

9. Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

Cheddar Gorge is located neat Bath and the village of Cheddar. These magnificent limestone cliffs were created by Ice Age meltwater. This is surely a perfect spot for the walk. Take a day from your vacation to walk in this amazing place.

10. Tinter Abbey, Monmouthshire wales.

Though the oof has long disappeared from Tintern Abbey, this 12th-century church remains hauntingly beautiful. It is located in Wye Valley, the Gothic-inspired the famous poem by William Wordsworth. This church has amazing sounding.

11. Micheldever Forest, Hampshire


A multitude of the dainty bluebells covers the floor of the Micheldever Forest in a “purple carpet.” To view this amazing place, you need to visit from late April to early May. It is just one of the numerous places across the country where these flowers bloom each summer.

12. Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands

Loch Ness is located near the town of Inverness, deep, freshwater loch is most famous from the Mythical Loch Ness Monster. If you want, you can also visit the remains of Urquhart Castle that lies on the shores. You will be amazed when you visit Urquhart Castle.

13. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

Chatsworth House is one of the most stunning country houses in Britain. This has been pass through sixteen generations of the Cavendish family and is the house of the Dukes of Devonshire. Chatsworth House has been featured in numerous films, famously as PemberlyMrdarcy’s home in Pride and prejudice.

14. Hadrian’s Wall, Cumbria

Hadrian’s Wall is also known as the Roman wall and was built by the Romans at the beginning of 122 AD, I the reign of the emperor Hadrian. This wall was built to separate the Roman province of Britannia from the lands of the northern Ancient Britons.

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