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19 travel features tagged “Nature & Outdoors”

Britain’s pristine archipelago

Off the western coast of Cornwall, the Scilly Isles offer a taste of rural England as it once was, but with a posh subtropical twist.
30 June 2011


The last piece of England

From classic British scenery to waters that would not look out of place in the Caribbean, the remote Scilly Isles are familiar, yet utterly unique.
Read more… 30 June 2011


The Passport blog

South Downs is looking up

One of England’s best-known stretches of classic rolling countryside has finally received national park status.
Read more… 01 June 2011


Britain's best one-day walks

The British countryside is astounding in its diversity and beauty. You could spend several lifetimes exploring its hills, moors and coastline.
Read more… 20 September 2010


Following the Thames: A source-to-mouth guide

The romance and history of England can be found along the length of the river, from green, rolling hills to the ocean.
Read more… 07 September 2010


Common people: London's green spaces

The capital is the most verdant city of its size in the world. Nearly 40% of Greater London is made up of parks, commons, public gardens and other open spaces.
Read more… 25 August 2010


Mini Guide

Mini guide to the Yorkshire Dales

Fall under the spell of rolling moors and flat-topped hills rising above the valley floors, and you will agree that the dales have some of the best scenery England has to offer.
Read more… 11 August 2010


Cornwall: It's wonderful way out west

Despite the influx of luxury, there is time to savour a Cornish cream tea at a seaside café or trawl the rock pools at low tide. The charms of this corner of England never wane.
Read more… 03 August 2010


The great British country show: A cultural eye opener

The country show is an eclectic celebration of all that’s best in rural Britain, a combination of trade and family fun, with a few oversized vegetables thrown in for good measure.
Read more… 03 August 2010


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