Visiting old castles . Strolling along the beach . Going up the mountain . Splendid views on the mountain-chain . Walking in the national park . Посещение римских терм Visiting Roman baths . A real museum-ship . A mysterious Avebury Henge.

Nature and castles: from the vicinity of London to Brecon Beacons

This scenario has been specially elaborated for those who want to learn more about stunning English great spaces full of romance and to plunge into a centuries-long history, some moments of which remain a mystery even today. You will see the most beautiful castles with your own eyes and will convince of uniqueness of each fortress. The trip to one of the most mystical places, which intended use is not certain in these days, awaits you. You definitely will be greatly impressed with the journey as it is impossible to stay indifferent to the views opening from the top of Sugar Loaf mountain and to the walks along the tracks under the powerful chestnuts. You will touch the sea world which captivates with its impetuousness by visiting a ship-museum and will experience the spirit of Roman Empire by watching the Roman baths.

Nature and castles: from the vicinity of London to Brecon Beacons

4 days itinerary by Gvenet Bloom - Uninhabited Nature - Car, 3 Hotels

Road Trip Categories: Uninhabited Nature

Day 1: Castles and abbeys

The journey begins. The acquaintance with medieval castles and the walk in the ‘round dance of stones’ – the oldest of megalithic structures are waiting for you today. You will spend time in the open air in the park where more than 2.500 kinds of trees grow. Moreover, you will have a dinner in the unique cafe.
Visiting: Bristol, Highclere, Avebury, Tetbury, Farnham, London, Malmesbury, Marlborough

Day 2: Knight' s nobility and mountain tops

The second day is the continuation of first day, yet there are some interesting changes there. Firstly, you will dedicate time to deepening your knowledge on knights' places and religious abbeys. And later you will go up the mountains to see incredible views to the nearest crests.
Visiting: Bristol, Cardiff, Powys, Monmouthshire, Chepstow, Tintern, Llanellen

Day 3: Earls’ luxuriance

Today let's enjoy an amazing heritage left for us by earls. This legacy has recently become open to general use. Stroll in the parks where king’s architects revealed their talents at its finest awaits you. Also you will spend time on the beach and after being recharged by nature you will visit one more castle and get a lot of positive emotions.
Visiting: Cardiff, Bristol, Cowbridge, Bath, Caldicot, Llantwit Major

Day 4: Roman spirit and unruly seas

The final day promises to be really diverse and totally captivating. Firstly, we will head to an unusual park, where architectural constructions perfectly compliment natural landscape. Later, you will make one more leap to the past, to the times of Roman Empire. Then you will come back but not in our days but in the epoch of wind-driven ships. The highlight of evening will be an unusual supper in the Korean restaurant.
Visiting: Bath, Salisbury, Woking, London, Portsmouth, Haslemere