Ongoing lockdown restrictions will mean that foreign holidays are not likely to be allowed until July at the earliest, forcing many to consider a staycation instead.
While holidaying in the UK may not sound as appealing as jetting off to sunny shores abroad, there are plenty of exciting locations to be discovered on home soil if you are keen for a break. For those seeking thrills and adventure this summer, here are some of the best destinations to pay a visit.
5. Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Enjoy getting back to nature and escape everyday life in the Forest of Dean, where you’ll find cosy log cabins sheltered beneath a canopy of oak woodland, and a maze of forest walks and trails to wander.
6. Skegness to Whitby
Travelling from Skegness to Whitby, this 180 mile route offers the chance to visit some of England’s best seaside resorts and explore Yorkshire’s beautiful moorlands, ideal for a peaceful escape.
7. Devon, South West England
If you’re craving a break by the sea, Devon is home to a spectacular coastline and has lots of adventure potential, from sea kayaking, coasteering and hiking, to fossil hunting on the Jurassic Coast.
8. Hebrides, Scotland
Discover the wild and remote landscape of the Hebrides off the northwest coast of Scotland where you can take to the waters for kayaking, windsurfing and snorkelling, or go exploring ashore on scenic coastal hikes.