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6 Places You Need To Visit In 2016

There are some incredible sights and things to do that are closer to home than you think. Yes that’s right we have found 6 great places you must visit that are right here in the UK.

To make your trip even easier we have also matched our nearest holiday park to each location.

1. Eden Project

Approx. 24 miles from Perran Sands

(source cornwalls.co.uk)

(source cornwalls.co.uk)

These incredible botanical gardens consist of two biomes made from a number of conjoining domes and are filled with plants from a variety of different climates. One of the Eden Project‘s enclosures simulates a tropical environment and the other Mediterranean enabling you to experience plants from around the world without even leaving the UK.

2. Jurassic Coast

Approx. 10 miles from Littlesea

(source creativelunatics.com)

(source creativelunatics.com)

Take a walk through time along this beautiful piece of coastline in Dorset and East Devon. The Jurassic Coast was designated as England’s first natural World Heritage Site in 2001 and if you’re lucky you may even find some prehistoric fossils.

3. Snowdonia

Approx. 25 miles from Hafan Y Mor

(source plascochsnowdonia.co.uk)

(source plascochsnowdonia.co.uk)

Blessed with some of the most beautiful views and scenery in Wales, the Snowdonia mountain range it the UK’s most popular destination for hiking and outdoor holidays. There’s also the opportunity to visit stunning villages including Portmeirion or the chance to use Snowdon Mountain Railway.

4. Chester Zoo

Approx. 30 miles from Presthaven

(source express.co.uk)

(source express.co.uk)

More than one million people visit the 125 acres of gardens housing 12,000 animals at Chester Zoo each year. There are 400 species of animals including bears, penguins, Komodo Dragons, clown fish and stick insects.

5. Lake District

Approx. 10 miles from Lakeland

(source montcalm.co.uk)

(source montcalm.co.uk)

Home to England’s largest mountain, Scafell Pike and its deepest lake, Wastwater, the Lake District is full of places you can discover and explore. Plus visit thriving communities such as Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere. Camping in the Lake District is also a definite must for your bucket list.

6. Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole

Approx. 12 miles from Burnham-on-Sea

(source ukwanderer.com)

(source ukwanderer.com)

Wookey Hole is an incredible cave complex of deep pools and intricate rock formation, while you can explore the dramatic cliffs rising 450ft to the spectacular caverns at Cheddar Gorge, in Somerset.

Have you been on a visit to any of the places we’ve suggested? Have we missed any? Let us know in the comment section below!

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