Extending all the way from the northern Shetland Islands to the southern Lands’ End, the British Isles’ major geographical diversity provides families looking to spend the summer holiday somewhere in the UK with a vast array of recreational activities at their disposal.
With the contiguity of Hastings in the east and Brighton in the west, East-Sussex provides families with a vast array of activities for a holiday in the summertime. During the summer is when the long, sandy beaches permit people to relish in watersports like sailing and windsurfing. Conversely, East-Sussex is where you will find famous attractions like Beachyhead and Hastings Castle to enjoy in the summertime. The nation’s largest city, Brighton, has a crazy nightlife and provides the probability of some great shopping trips and night escapades.
Higher up on the East Coast in the center of East-Anglia is where Suffolk provides a chance to enjoy the natural beauty of the North Sea coast; Suffolk Broads National Park is usually referred to as an “Area of outstanding natural beauty”. Furthermore, while Suffolk is one of the United Kingdom’s most rustic regions, it also makes an excellent place for taking walks in the wilderness. There are also opportunities to relish in a horse race at Newmarket. This England area is enjoyed most throughout the nice, warm summer months when people are able to take strolls in the Suffolk wilderness and enjoy the horse races.
Southport, which is found in England’s North West point, is a coastal village on the Irish Sea coast that is adjacent to Preston and Liverpool. With its white, sandy coastline and Southport Pleasureland amusement park, this is the perfect town for a summer trip. Liverpool has the biggest modern and contemporary art gallery beyond London, is the former capital of Culture and the hometown of the Beatles; it presents a vast selection of cultural recreations like the Tate Liverpool and Beatles Story. In conjunction with all the cultural recreations, Liverpool also has plenty of shopping centers.
Further down the British South-West shore is the coast of North Wales, where there are plenty of opportunities to take a family out for a summer holiday. This not only presents people with the chance to take a beach holiday on the coast of the Irish Sea, but it also offers an opportunity to take pleasure in a walking trip in and around the Snowdonia National Park. What’s more, North Wales also presents a culturally rich legacy with its many slate mines, medieval castles and steam railways like the Ffestiniog. Summer is the perfect time to go to North Wales since that is the peak of activity for that country’s tourist season.
Somerset is United Kingdom’s most sun-filled county, and it is located at a lower point along the coastline on the Severn Bridge’s English end. The gorgeous weather enables visitors to take pleasure in a beach holiday at one of the UK’s many seaside resorts. Conversely, Sommerset provides wonderful geographical features like the Wookey Hole and Cheddar Chaves; both of these are big hotspots, and especially throughout the summer months. Additional summer destinations that are especially frequented throughout the summer are the Longleat Safari Town and SeaQuarium in Weston-Super-Mare.
No matter where you go in the United Kingdom during the summer, you will be able to enjoy all kinds of activities; you can go to the Sommerset beach, take a stroll through the Suffolk countryside or take a trip to Liverpool. Furthermore, in opposition to popular belief, the United Kingdom has just as much sun during the summer as anywhere else in Europe.