Four the most exciting places in England

Summer is the time of traveling. Therefore, here is a small list of places that should be visited by all who like beautiful scenery and wildlife.

The Jurassic Coast, Dorset

A trip to the coast of Dorset and eastern Devon in southern England will be unforgettable. It is the Jurassic Coast. This is a very picturesque beach with the length of 155 kilometers, it is in the World Heritage List and is a unique, by nature, place. The Jurassic Coast keeps secrets of prehistoric times, it even is called "a beach of dinosaurs" as a joke.

Here, among the rocky shores traces of living beings over 250 million years old were found. The age of the rocks decreases from west to east, and the youngest formations were formed about 180 million years ago. Here the secrets of three geological periods - the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous - are kept. Today the Jurassic Coast attracts millions of tourists from all over the world. One of the most visited attractions is the incredible natural arch of limestone that is called the Durdle Door.

The Peak District, Derbyshire

National Park Peak District is located in the heart of England. The spectacular landscape and beautiful valleys make it one of the most amazing places in the whole country and even outside it. Peak District every year is visited by millions of people, and it is the second most popular park in the world, giving in only to Fuji-Hakone-Izu in Japan. But, despite such dense stream of visitors, you can always find a secluded place and admire the untouched nature.

However, it is also considered the most enigmatic and mysterious. There are several interesting places on the territory of the national park. It is a luxurious castle of the Dukes of Devonshire - Chatsworth House, the medieval castle of Haddon Hall, the traditional English village of Castleton, Lime Park with a reindeer reserve and a small town of Eschborn with its old houses.

The Lake District, Cumbria

The Lake District is a mountainous region of northwestern England. It is a popular holiday destination, which is famous not only for its lakes and hills, but also for its association with poetry of the early 19th century, as many romantic poets sang the Lake District in their works. National Reserve The Lake District is one of the favorite places of the British and large number of tourists. Huge lakes such as Windemere and Coniston emphasize the landscape of green hills and mountain ranges. Idyllic landscapes of the Lake District, with ancient villages where the stone walls of the houses are covered with moss, are the national treasure of the good old England, striving to preserve the memory of olden times, full of tranquility and peace.

The Lavender Fields of Banstead, Surrey

For more than three hundred years in Mayfield, not far from the English city of Sutton, Surrey cultivates lavender. The total area of ​​fields of fragrant and healing purple flowers is 25 acres. The local marvelous sites will be an ideal location for relaxation and beautiful memorable photos. English lavender is the most popular garden lavender in North America, often called "real". It is the toughest and quite well copes with cold climate of all the types of lavender.

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