Stand on the Hoe and enjoy the stunning views across the Sound that have hardly changed for centuries #Plymouth #Hoe
A shingle beach hidden behind Living Coasts with easy access and is the closest beach to Torquay town centre. It provides a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the town centre.
Peaked Tor is a small pebbled cove usually quiet making it a nice place to chill and relax.
Today was the last day you could visit the Wave display on the hoe, if you weren’t able to make it then hopefully these shots will give you an insight of what it was like. #Plymouth #PlymouthHoe #Poppies
I had a great afternoon enjoying some locally made cider down at Hunt’s. They have been making traditional farmhouse ciders since 1805.
Shoalstone Beach is a small shingle and rocky beach adjacent to Shoalstone Pool, a 53 metre sea water swimming Pool on Brixham sea front and is one of only a few left in the country. It is built into a natural rock pool that has been popular for bathing since Victorian times.
A shingle beach, with excellent views across the bay.
Take a trip back in time and travel on the majestic Dartmouth Steam Railway between Paignton & Kingswear.
The United Kingdom is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world (especially since Brexit, with the pound having weakened, the country has become cheaper to visit). London is most travellers first choice destination and no doubt the most visited city. It draws people in with its charm, history, and of course centuries old traditional pubs. England’s smaller cities, like Bath, Oxford, Exeter, are just as equally fascinating with lots of culture and fewer crowds. Liverpool, birthplace of The Beatles, boasts a rich musical history. You have the beautiful peak, lake districts and Yorkshire dales in the north. The Scottish highlands with its mountains, lochs and glens. Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. The Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia and the capital city of Cardiff in Wales. Stonehenge, Hadrian’s Wall. Don’t miss the stunning coastlines, beaches and the rolling hills of the moors in Cornwall and Devon. The countryside is fascinating and full of natural beauty. Once you get outside of London the prices drop dramatically. I personally think the best this country has to offer is outside of its capital.