Apart from the major tourist attractions in Great Britain, one can also choose to enjoy the heritage of natural wonders of Great Britain. Make sure you carry your backpacks and camera with you. Also, at some of the places, you might have to climb mountains so make sure you are equipped for the same. If you are a nature loving person, then here is the list of places you can visit to enjoy the natural wonders of Great Britain.
Isles of Wight – Isles of Wight also known as Vectis, is a county and the largest island of England. They are also known as England’s smallest county. If you are on a romantic break or want to keep yourself away from the city life then this is a place to visit. It also has many resorts to make your stay comfortable.
Melham Cove – This place in New Yorkshire is a must visit destination. The Cove is a natural limestone formation. It attracts large number of tourists. It is a large curved limestone cliff at a head of a valley, with a fine area of limestone pavement at the top. Capture this limestone in your cameras.
Seven Sisters cliffs – Situated in Sussex, they are a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel. They are an iconic sight and a symbol of Britain’s proud island history.
Glyder Fach and Glyder Fawr – These two mountains at Snowdonia are the favourite spot for climbers. Glyder Fach (994m) is crowned by the famous cantilever rock, a massive precariously balanced and Glyder Fawr (1001m). These are the favourite spots for the mountaineers or adventure loving people.
Cheddar Gorge – Next in the list can be Britain’s biggest gorge, Cheddar Gorge in Somerset. This was formed by melt-water floods over a million years ago. Visit the gorge for cliff-top walks, rock climbing and the show caves that are home to weird and wonderful rock formations and an underground river.
Jurassic Coast – Visit the World Heritage site, The Dorset and East Devon Coast, also known as It spans 95 miles of dramatic coastline all the way from East Devon to Dorset. This coast is special in the way its cliff exposures that provide an almost continuous geological ‘walk through time spanning the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Enjoy the cliff-top paths to see some of England’s most spectacular geology including Durdle Door, the dramatic rock arch near Lulworth.