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Category: England tourist attractions

dartmouth castle

Castles Of Devon

Aside from it’s beautiful, rugged coastline and red cliffs Devon is home to some very impressive Castles:

Dartmoor National Park

Dartmoor National Park

Just a few miles inwards from the South Devon Coast is the ancient Dartmoor National Park. It covers an area of 368 square miles and offers visitors a mix of superb scenery and legendary history. Dartmoor also has one of the most prominent moors to be found anywhere in Britain.

Birmingham Comedy Clubs

If you are looking for some fun filled stag weekends, then a stag weekend in Birmingham is the best option for you. Birmingham stag nights are the finest in the country, with electrifying nightlife activities, lap dancing, stag friendly bars and clubs, curry houses and much more. Named as ‘The Midlands’, Birmingham gets this name because of its central location. You can involve yourself in all types of stag night activities showing very little concern for your pocket, as Birmingham is one of the cheapest ‘decent’ cities in the country. From the powerful quad biking to the adventurous white water rafting, Birmingham stag weekend activities will keep you on your toes.

Sights and accommodation in Cornwall and Devon

Sights and accommodation in Cornwall and Devon

The good news is that no matter what your financial budget, you’ll almost certainly find a place to stay that suits it. Cornwall & Devon both have no end of lodgings for the holidaymaker – Here are some of your accommodation choices:

Blackpool

Blackpool

Reputed to be Britain’s most popular holiday resort, Blackpool is situated on the north-west coast of England; its coastline borders the Irish Sea.  There is a lot to see and do in Blackpool.  It’s one of those places that we used to go as children and is still a great place to visit now.

Scarborough

Scarborough

Known as the Queen of the Yorkshire Coast, on the East of England, south of Whitby and north of Filey, Scarborough has been a seaside resort for over three hundred years.

Portsmouth holiday guide

Portsmouth, the Waterfront City, is the UK’s only island city. Separated from the mainland by a narrow creek, it has only three approach roads with which to enter the city. The Main M275 links from the M27 down into the centre of the city, the A2030 “Eastern Road” into Southsea, and the A3, the main arterial road through the city.