Top 5 British Beach for a Bank Holiday Weekend Trip
An exciting Weekend Trip adventure doesn’t have to involve getting on a plane. Beautiful vacation destinations are just a train or bus ride away. Pick an area to explore, save money on travel costs, support local industry and experience more of the UK. Here are some tastings of places where you can spend an unforgettable British bank holiday weekend. Tourism and travel
Colander stands at the gate of the highlands. It is a beautiful traditional town with a busy main street, excellent accommodation, selection of restaurants and pubs and independent shops. Sample delicious pastries at Mhorr Bakery and Tea Salons, a local favorite.
The area is suitable for the outdoor type of traveler. You don’t even have to leave the city to find some of Scotland’s most famous natural beauty sights. Take a hike to Colander Crags and Brickkiln Falls for breathtaking views of mountain ranges and local valleys. The nearby Lochs Katrine and Varchar are easily accessible by car and are also a hiking paradise.
For a round of Scotland’s most beloved sport, head to Colander Golf Club.
Cardigan Bay, Wales
Visitors can choose to stay in one of the beautiful small towns in the area. Tyyn is a popular seaside resort near the impressive Moloch, Bird Rock and Castell-y-Beer waterfalls, all places to see. Lovers of tension will love the city’s narrow-gauge steamway that cuts through the area’s rolling landscape.
Aberdyfi’s is home to some of the most picturesque beaches in the country. The town’s golf course also has sea views. Water sports are one of Aberdyfi’s specialties.
Other places to look are the Barmouth resort with its beautiful harbor and Harlech with its medieval castle overlooking the dunes.
Lake District, England
The fresh air of the Lake District is enough to relieve the most stressed visitors and leave them refreshed and ready to face a new week of work. Although the area is known as a tourist hotspot, it is large enough to accommodate everyone and makes you feel alone in the desert and at peace with nature.
Visit the charming visitor center at Brockholes to find out what’s going on during your visit. Throughout the year, the area hosts a number of exciting events, such as the Jam Festival and the Crab Fair.
No matter how long or short your stay, be sure to include a boat trip to fully appreciate the sights.
Oban and the Inner Hebrides, Scotland
If you like fresh air, the sea, whiskey or fish, you will enjoy visiting Oban and the nearby islands. The charming seaside resort is home to colorful and quaint houses, an old castle, a whiskey distillery, and many other visitor attractions. Boat trips to the islands of Mull and Iona depart regularly. In Oban, at restaurants like Ee-Usk right on the seafront, you can enjoy some of the freshest seafood in the UK.
Hikers can take day trips to Glen Coe to enjoy one of Scotland’s most impressive mountain ranges.
The hills of the Cotswold’s are one of the most romantic settings in the UK. Enjoy long walks in the fresh air or admire the views from one of the area’s famous steam courses. Stay in one of the many picturesque towns and villages, such as Bunbury or Chipping Camden, which are home to impressive old architecture with many stories.