South West England
Over the coasts and valleys in southwest England lie the mysterious mists of Camelot: the craggy peaks of Cornwall, the fertile farmlands of Somerset, the drizzly charming Dorset villages, the grassy, gusty Devon moors. The so-called 'West Country' is the legendary region of Arthurian knights and cuckolded kings, Moorish pirates and Mayflower pilgrims, Stone Age sacrifices and solstice awakenings. It also has more sunshine and tends to be warmer than the rest of England, but that may be a myth too.
- Bristol & Somerset: Our gert-lush home city, with its balloon fiesta, suspension bridge, Banksy trail & Brizzle accent, plus the rolling flat levels of sleepy Somerset Read More >>
- Cornwall: Pure holiday pleasure: sandy beaches, sailing and surfing, stunning coastal walks and excellent restaurants (plus pasties!) Read More >>
- Devon: Come for sunshine, secret pebbled coves and wide sandy beaches, thatched cottages, beautiful Dartmoor and buzzy Exeter Read More >>
- Dorset: Quieter than Cornwall with unspoilt beaches, fossil-lined cliffs and miles of coastal walks. Head inland too, for rolling hills, hayfields & bluebells Read More >>
- Isles of Scilly: Leave the 21st century behind and escape to car-free islands with white sands and turquoise seas: the tropics on your doorstep Read More >>
- Wiltshire: Why Wiltshire? For mystical Stonehenge, Salisbury's majestic cathedral, white chalk horses on green hills and Longleat's animals Read More >>