3 Reasons to Visit the South West of the UK

Bath, UK
Bath, UK. Photo by James Shaw on Unsplash

If you’re planning a trip to the UK this summer, you have to check out the South West region. From its stunning coastlines to its rolling green hills, there’s something for everyone in this region. Check out these tips on three of the most significant sites to see in the South West, each of these is beautiful and unique in its own way. Summertime is the ideal season to visit the UK, so make sure you check out these spots while the sun is still shining.

Stone Henge

Famous around the world for its striking Neolithic stone monuments, Stone Henge is a very special site that deserves a day trip in its own right. To maximize the impact of the stones, try and arrive early in the morning or towards sunset on a warm summer’s day.


The city of Bath is packed full of beautiful architecture and significant historical sites. Check out the Regency-era streets which were once walked on by Jane Austen and don’t miss the Roman baths which lie beneath the modern city streets.

Durdle Door

This famous natural stone arch is found on the coast of Dorset and is well worth a visit. It’s possible to hire kayaks to get up close and personal with Durdle Door, or you can admire its natural beauty from the shore.