Britain is fortunate in that it is full of interesting and beautiful places to visit. There are all the famous tourist spots we know so well but even more secret treasures that may not be so well-known.
On the east coast of Suffolk, Southwold and Aldeburgh have long been sought-after holiday destinations for well-to-do families in search of some old-fashioned beach experience. However, if you travel a few miles further north, you will arrive at Dunwich which was once the 10th largest city in the UK in the 12th century. It is a quieter destination but still offers a fantastic view of the sea, wild heathlands and a wonderful clifftop tea shop. Why not take in some of the wonderful sights of the UK on a coach trip? Find out more about Coach Hire Bournemouth at a site like Turners, a leading supplier of Coach Hire Bournemouth
Not many people are tempted by the thought of swimming in the sea off the west coast of Scotland. However, with the right wetsuit, you will find it hard to find a better experience outside of the Caribbean. On a sunny day, Knockvologan is a picture-perfect beach location that will ‘knock’ your socks off!
- Carrick-a-Rede Bridge
The Giant’s Causeway is a major tourist spot, and while it is indeed an incredible sight to take in, just drive 15 minutes’ drive away is a lesser-known gem. The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge was built 350 years ago by a local fisherman and hangs 30 meters above the waves! If you’ve got the nerve, it offers a real rush of adrenaline, as well as equally breath-taking scenery.