Breathtaking getaways in the UK

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Icelandic waterfalls in Skye: Plunging out of the cliff face is Mealt Falls in Skye, Scotland. One of those rare waterfalls that go straight into the ocean.

Thailand in Wales: Identical to the Mae Tad waterfall in Thailand is a Welsh waterfall that lies in Brecon Beacons called Sgwd yr Eira.

Family retreat or romantic getaway in Sidmouth: The Sidmouth coastline is a UNESCO World Heritage site and it is clear to see why. 

Prehistory in Orkney: Described as ‘the best-preserved Neolithic settlement in Western Europe’, the settlement of Skara Brae on Orkney, Scotland, is a staggering 5,000 years old.

Smugglers in Rye: Filled with charm and history, there is a 15th-century hotel called the Mermaid Inn that sits among the ancient cobbled streets of Rye.

Finnish beaches in the Shetlands: Resembling beautiful beaches in Finland, this area will completely transport you thanks to its expansive white beach that is loved.

Mediterranean sunshine in Guernsey: Guernsey is the second largest Channel Island and, if it’s ‘sun, sun, sun’ you are looking for, then look no further as Guernsey.

Vietnam in North Yorkshire: Now, the Son Doong cave in Vietnam is the largest cave in the world, but North Yorkshire has a cave chamber.

Caribbean sands in Cornwall: Another place in the UK that could resemble the white sands and turquoise waters of the Caribbean, but completely the other end of the Kingdom.

The beaches of Denmark in Scotland: Sandwood Bay in Sutherland mirrors Lønstrup in northern Denmark.