10 simply magical places to visit in England
Durdle Door, Dorset:
Located on the Jurassic Coast, Durdle Door is a unique rock formation in the county of Dorset.
Lake District, Cumbria: Lake District National Park is located in the northeast of the country and covers an area of 2,362 square kilometres (912 square miles).
The city of Bath is aptly named, since it started out as a thermal spa more than 2,000 years ago.
St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall: This beautiful island connected to the town of Marazion also houses an old castle that has been the home of the St Aubyn family since the 1600s.
University of Oxford, Oxfordshire: Cambridge’s main rival, Oxford University, boasts more than 38 striking colleges filled with romantic libraries on a historic campus.
Arundel Castle, West Sussex: Founded in the 11th century by Roger de Montgomery, Arundel Castle was almost completely rebuilt in the late 19th century.
Castle Combe, Cotswolds, Wiltshire: The Cotswolds villages look like something straight out of an Agatha Christie novel.
Old Harry Rocks, Dorset: Its huge limestone rocks extend into the English Channel and are as impressive to see on land as they are from the sea in a kayak
Botany Bay, Kent:
The beautiful and pristine cliffs of Botany Bay are nestled in the county of Kent, facing the North Sea.
King’s College Chapel, Cambridge: Located near the River Cam, King’s College Chapel is one destination you won’t want to miss if you’re passing through the university town of Cambridge.