From bombs, bullets and being one of the most dangerous places to visit in the world. Belfast has pulled off a remarkable transformation with modern art, fast-expanding foodie scene and vibrant music-filled pubs. It won’t damage your wallet either as it’s one of the cheapest cities to visit in the UK.
Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city with quaint cobbled streets, a picturesque harbour, some amazing views from the hoe. It’s the largest city in the South West and has a great historic role as a naval base. It’s a great place day or night.
Just a stones throw across to the town of Dartmouth, Kingswear is a charming village that has some stunning views across the River Dart.
Situated on the mouth of the River Dart, Dartmouth is a beautiful town with historic streets, scenic river and surrounded by South Devon countryside.
A historic market town, that is ideally located if you wish to visit all the surrounding towns, villages, the majestic moors or coastline.
Dartmoor is an ancient unspoilt landscape of awe inspiring views, granite tors, deep wooded valleys with fast flowing rivers, and rugged wide open spaces in the heart of Devon. You won’t go far before you come across an Iconic Dartmoor Pony or some sheep that roam around freely.
Where the land ends and the surf’s up. Cornwall is full of breathtakingly beautiful beaches, landscapes, rich in cultural heritage and there are times it feels like your not even in England anymore.
Known as the English Riviera, popular for its mild climate, famous for its award winning beaches and iconic palm trees. Torbay is the collective name for Paignton (my home town), Brixham & Torquay and has more attractions than any other resort in the UK and is also a Global Geopark. Known locally as the bay of dreams, I count myself lucky to live in such a beautiful place and call it home.