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With a varied landscape of dramatic natural scenery intermingled with charming villages, it’s no surprise that Cumbria has long been considered one of the most beautiful regions in the world.
Holidays in Cumbria are varied and rich in culture – with a strong literary history and a myriad of castles, churches and Roman ruins to explore. The Lake District National Park is the main attraction, with sparkling waters, vast forestland and idyllic gardens awaiting your discovery. Whether you’re craving a coastal view in Carlisle or a relaxed break in a historic market town, you’ll find a great number of beautiful destinations besides the popular tourist spots.
With its rolling hills and magnificent views across the lakes, Cumbria holidays are ideal for those craving an outdoor adventure in the UK. There are plenty of routes for those interested in fell-walking – from easy rambles to more challenging hikes. The Old Man of Coniston is a particular favourite, offering spectacular views from the top.
Aside from Cumbria’s natural landscapes, there are some delightful towns and villages to be discovered. Barrow-in-Furness is a town and seaport steeped in history, with its greatest attraction in the form of the imposing structure of Furness Abbey. Conveniently located on the tip of England, you won’t have to go too far if you want to visit Scotland – the perfect complement for your holidays in Cumbria.
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