South West England
Visit the most southerly point in Britain – less commercial than Land’s End (the most westerly point). Walk along the coastal path and enjoy the spectacular views. Visit Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station which beams telephone messages around the world.
The West Country is well known for its moors: Dartmoor, Bodmin and Exmoor. It is wonderful hiking country, plus there are some charming towns and villages to explore in the area: Dunster, Porlock, Lynton and Lynmouth, and Clovelly.
Arthurian legends about Glastonbury are rife… the mystical ruined abbey is said to have been his burial place. Glastonbury is supposed to have been visited by Joseph of Arimethea and possibly, Jesus.
County of lush green hills and picturesque villages. Discover the cradle of Christianity at Glastonbury, which also has connections with King Arthur. See Wells cathedral nestling in England’s smallest city, and Cheddar with its deep gorge.
Chepstow sits at the southern end of the River Wye and the ruin of the Norman castle dominates the border town, guarding a strategic crossing point. The river forms the frontier between Wales and England.