The UK may seem small and monotonous, but ask anyone who visited it and they will tell you that this country offers an unrivaled world of rich history, outstanding nature and amazing sights of Western Europe. The UK is breathtaking, so take the camera and go on an exciting journey to the places of the United Kingdom that you must definitely visit.
1. The Jurassic Coast, Dorset, England
It is a World Heritage Site, which is included in the UNESCO list. The Jurassic Coast is more than 185 million years old. Its nature is unique, so a walk along any stretch of the coast brings incredible emotions.
2. The Peak District, Derbyshire, England
Horses, mountains, lakes and waterfalls are what can be expected from the national park of England. Not surprisingly, every year it attracts millions of tourists.
3. Isle of Skye, Scotland
The Isle of Skye is a world of contrasts. It is also called the most surreal place in the United Kingdom. The island arppeared 20 million years ago, and during this time it practically did not change. On the towering mountain cover one can feel like the ruler of the world and learn about true freedom.
4. Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh, Scotland
The writer Robert Lewis Stevenson called this mountain strong and bold, and said that it lives its own life.
5. The Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Most of these stunning and amazing Scottish islands were formed in the prehistoric period. On 15 inhabited islands live about 27 thousand people. Here you can stumble across incredibly old historical memorials.
6. The Lake District, Cumbria, England
This beautiful national park is an incredibly popular holiday destination. Known for its mountains, lakes and historical literary past. Here you will find a lot of nice towns, traditional hotels and beautiful galleries. A great option for lovers of hiking.
7. Dunnottar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Frankly speaking, these are the incredible ruins of the XV century castle that are located on a natural peninsula. Do not bother yourself with styling hair before you visit the castle, because it is very, very windy here.
8. St. Nectan's Kieve, Cornwall, England
It is a magical reserve, in which there is a fairy waterfall with an interesting name Merlin's Well.
9. The Giant's Causeway, Bushmills, Northern Ireland
These otherworldly polygonal rocks are the result of a volcanic eruption. In total there are more than 400 thousand columns.
10. St. Kilda, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Expect to see millions of birds, many whales and sea cliffs on an isolated archipelago 64 km to the northwest of the Scottish mainland.
11. Isles of Scilly, England
Own Barbados of England. White sandy beaches, countless nature trails, fine restaurants, a lot of pubs and bars are waiting to be found on this truly unforgettable vacation spot.
12. Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England
This golden section of south-west England is full of lush green valleys, charming cottages, traditional pubs and river paths. In fact, Cotswold Hills is the real quintessence of relaxed British rural life.
13. Beachy Head, East Sussex, England
These are the most famous and highest rocks in the whole country. They attract thousands of tourists every year. By the way, if you are afraid of heights, then it is better to exclude this place from your travel list.
14. The Lavender Fields of Banstead, Surrey, England
People usually associate this place with Provence. Vast acres of purple are ideal for photo shoots. And there is a British version of French chic just a few hours drive from London.
15. The Dark Hedges, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland
Love "The Game of Thrones"? Well, then you just need to visit this place and take a walk between the 200-year-old beeches that could be seen in the first episode of the second season of the cult series.
16. Fingal's Cave, the island of Staffa, Scotland
The quaint angular columns of the Fingal’s Cave create amazing acoustics. Also in this place were filmed a lot of Hollywood movies, including "Prometheus" by Ridley Scott.
17. Snowdonia, Gwynedd, Wales
In short, Snowdonia is a magical land. Thick green moss covers almost every millimeter of the surface of the park. There are also many waterfalls and lakes here.
18. Buachaille Etive Mor, Highland, Scotland
The most quaint mountain of Scotland rises to 533 meters above sea level. A popular place for climbers helps to free thoughts and "reboot".
19. Dun Briste, Downpatrick, Northern Ireland
This unique sea rock used to be part of the mainland, but huge waves separated it back in 1393.