UK is covered with
incredible natural beauty.
From amazing rock formations to coasts
lined with fossils, chalky cliffs, lights in the sky and fields of
purple. There is much natural wonder to see in the UK and it's all
just a hop, skip and a jump away.
There's something magical about seeing these natural phenomena up close
so here's our top 7 must see natural wonders of the UK - just for you.
Book a break of
wonder with toprooms.com
1. Giant's Causeway, County Antrim
Legends mention giants and
warriors; science says these hexagonal rocks are the result of an
ancient volcanic eruption. Either way they are a must see! Also close
by is the capital Belfast
and Old Bushmills Distillery for some whiskey
Antrim from £36 per night*
2. White Cliffs of Dover, Kent
These aptly named cliffs are on
the South coast of England. Referred to by Julius Caesar and also
Shakespeare; to Britain they are a symbol of peace and homecoming.
Dover is also home to Dover Castle and is a great stop off en route to
from £45 per night*
3. Jurassic Coast, Dorset
This stretch of coast brings out the
geology nerd in us all. Consisting of Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous
rocks, it displays 180 million years of geological history. Fancy some
fossil hunting? This is the spot. The coast is also dotted with some
great towns including Bournemouth,
from £30 per night*
4. The Needles, Isle of Wight
These stacks of chalk stick out
of the water on the western side of the Isle of Wight. The area
features an amusement park with a chairlift and Victorian themed rides
such as a carousel and swing boats. A great destination for
of Wight from £30 per night*
5. Cheddar Gorge, Somerset
Cheddar Gorge features incredible
caves with magnificent stalactites and gorges some 137m deep. This
beautiful area is where Britain’s oldest human skeleton was found and
offers much insight into Victorian exploration as well as life in the
from £50 per night*
6. Northern Lights, Highlands
The Northern lights or Aurora Borealis can
be seen in the Northern Highlands of Scotland, the Isle of Skye and
just outside Aberdeen.
The lights are created by the sun and the
earth's atmosphere and often appear bright green in colour.
from £25 per night*
7. Bluebell Fields, Hampshire
In Micheldever Wood surrounded by
beech trees, bluebells grow wild and free. These blooming delights also
pop up in Dorset's
Duncliffe Wood, Gloucestershire's
Forest of Dean and
Foxley Wood. These areas of woodland are protected by the
National Trust and make a wonderful photo.
from £45 per night*
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