If you haven’t managed to get yourself away this year, and have concerns about travelling abroad with how quickly travel restrictions can change, literally overnight in some cases, then maybe you should consider looking at taking a break in the UK.
Sure, we all crave the sun, crystal clear seas lapping on sandy beaches, but they will still be there when travel abroad is less unsure. We have a few ideas on where to holiday in the UK in 2020.
Who needs the Mediterranean when you have the incredible Cornish coast. There’s 400 miles of glorious coastline, 158 of which have been designated Heritage Coast, and you’re never any more than 20 miles from the sea wherever you decide to stay in Cornwall
From the gorgeous towns and beaches of St Ives and Porthcurno to more secluded sea and sand at Pentire Steps and Portherras Cove. There’s also the award-winning Eden Project, a botanical beauty with plants from all around the world.
Forget the unfair stereotypes associated with Essex, this county offers exceptional countryside, lush, verdant marshlands, and over 350 miles of coastline to explore.
The Dedham Vale Area of Natural Beauty on the border with Suffolk is particularly beautiful, and why not take a walk along the River Stour, and see Flatford Mill, the building made famous in Constable’s famed Hay Wain painting.
The largest National Park in England, Cumbria and the Lake District have long been firm favourites with Brits and overseas visitors.
Ideal for those who seek out more activity-based holidays, with walking, cycling, boating, and you can even try your hand at kayaking, abseiling, and archery at Adventure North West.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is a veritable wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts. Challenge yourself to climb a Munro (a Scottish mountain over 3,000ft), cycle, golf, or a simple, peaceful cruise across the Loch, taking in the breath-taking scenery and Scottish wildlife.
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