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A Quick Scenic Tour of the South West of England

The South West of England provides one of one of the most diverse variety of site visitor attractions, all-natural beauty and holiday accommodation in the UK.

There are historic cities like Bathroom, with its Roman style and heritage, Bristol with it's trading and shipping heritage, and also Bournemouth as well as Poole which are much more traditional seaside resorts.

Friendly Region communities like Exeter, Truro as well as Gloucester, where you can see hills as well as farmland from the town centre - constantly a reassuring indicator that you are never far away from the fresh air of the countryside.

Inland, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire and also Gloucestershire have some of the prettiest countryside, including locations like The Costwold as well as the New Woodland, which are popular for their unaffected elegance.

And if it is wild views you like, then Exmoor, Dartmoor and also Bodmin Moor are renowned for amazing walking through a few of the wildest landscapes in the UK.

The South West of England is most popular for its lengthy coast - hundreds of miles of layer path, where you can walk from North Somerset, south to the southern most factor of England, after that improve to walk east along the south coastlines of Cornwall, Devon and also Dorset completely to the Hampshire boundary.

This path takes you with seaside resorts, across several of one of the most sensational cliff tops with Atlantic views, via lovely typical fishing towns, as well as hotel towns like Westward Ho! (the only community in the UK with an exclamation mark as a part of it's name!) or Torquay.

Along the road there might additionally be the possibility to surf some of the most effective coastlines in the UK, like Croyde or Newquay.

Relying on your budget or favored style of holiday accommodation, there are always puts to stay. High cliff leading camping areas and youth hostels, farmhouse Bed & Morning meal, self catering homes and also some top quality resorts.

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