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This is the third part of the Most beautiful places to visit in the UK. You can find its first part here and second part here.

Smoo Cave, Scottish Highlands

Smoo Cave is a huge connected freshwater and sea cave located in Durness. The cave is situated 2 km from the east of Durness village, which now offer services like stairs, toilets, walkways and car park.

The cave is open for tourists during summer months, which takes them by boat to the inner part chamber.

Smoo Cave photo
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Smoo Cave, Durness in Sutherland, Highland, Scotland

Minack Theatre, Cornwall

The Minack Theatre is an alfresco theatre, which was built above a trench with a granite rock formation that bulge salience into the sea.

The Minack Theatre season opens every year from May to September. The theatre has been included in the list of the world’s most astonishing theatres.

The Brecon Beacons, South Wales

The Brecon Beacons is elegantly located and it is open completely year round for visitors. It offers a different kinds of activities like caving, gorge walking, climbing, canoeing, abseiling, white water kayaking, pot holing, orienteering, white water open canoeing, archery, mountain biking, team building, land carting, raft building, canoe expeditions and a lot more.

Brecon Beacons is a location pervaded by history, which is breathtaking in its own natural style that assures tourist that there are so many things to do wherein you will never get bored.

Brecon Beacons National Park photo
Photo by Beardy Vulcan

Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales

Durdle Door, Dorset

The Durdle Door is a natural arch limestone located in the Jurassic Coast, which is near the Lulworth in England.

It is a private area owned by the Welds, which is a family that owns an astonishing 12,000 acres named the Lulworth Estate. They made it open for public to enjoy.

Dartmoor, Devon

Dartmoor is famous for its tors, which are hills with sloping bedrocks. Dartmoor Devon is a country filled with granite, which is mostly surrounded by boulder formations.

The tors in the Dartmoor concentrate on their event yearly which is called the Ten Tors Challenge wherein almost 2400 tourists and locals alike with ages from 14 to 19 walks between all ten tors in various routes.

Fingal’s Cave, Staffa, the Inner Hebrides

The Fingal’s Cave is one of the popular caves in the basalt coast of southwest of Staffa. It has 40 feet wide and 227 feet long, that stretches in the Inner Hebrides Island group.

Its roof end reaches the maximum of 66 feet above sea level and its ground is wrapped by water, which is not less than 25 feet beneath the shore.

Fingal Cave photo
Photo by Franc.c

Fingal’s Cave, Staffa island, Scotland

Kew Gardens, London

The garden is located at Kew London, which is known to grow various species of plants and flowers situated in its 121 hectares of land.

These astonishing gardens, galleries and glasshouses of London where known to be a living illustration and an essential historical legacy. The garden is open for public to view and has tours that are guided, which is scheduled every day at 11:00 and 14:00.

Penshaw Monument, Sunderland

The Penshaw Monument is known for its stunning view from its peak folly with a 70-foot height from the ground.

On top of the hill, you may see the Earl of Durham’s Monument, which is known the Penshaw Monument. This is an exact replica of the Temple of Hephaestus located in Athens.

The monument is the most precious landmark, which can be seen on the Sunderland Football Club’s badge.
Penshaw Monument, Sunderland, England

Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is inviting you, tourists, to experience different kind of home in their world’s most favorite and famous island, which was currently voted by National Geographic Magazine as the 4th Best Island in the whole world.

Small villages and historic places are fascinating and familiar. Time is equal to nothing here in Isle of Skye and underneath those footsteps is every bit of 500 years old of history.

Isle of Skye photo
Photo by Arsie Says

Isle of Skye, Scotland

Mourne Mountains, County Down

The Mourne Mountains are famous place for hiking its Wall, which give advantageous navigation devices.

There are many granite cliffs wherein visitors can do their rock climbing. The rock formation is not sharp hence, making it safe for tourists to climb.

This is the third part of the Most beautiful places to visit in the UK. You can find its first part here and second part here.

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