Newquay, England

Tolcarne Beach, Newquay, Cornwall

Newquay is a popular seaside resort in Cornwall, England. Cornwall as a county makes Newquay, one of its largest towns, popular; it gets over 1500 hours of sunlight a year, and its coast enjoys the …

Penzance is a seaside town and popular holiday destination for anyone hoping for access to the sea, attractive walks, and quaint fishing villages steeped in myth and history. The town is accessible by railway, as …

Questions about England

Odyssey Traveller specialises in crafting unforgettable experiences for mature-aged travellers, providing adventure and educational programs to small groups since 1983. Odyssey has built up a reasonable knowledge bank to answer questions about England that travellers …

Cleveland Way, England The Cleveland Way is a UK National Trail running 177 kilometres (110 miles) through ancient Cleveland in northern England. This modern-day walking path was developed in the 1930s and follows the old …

Dartmoor, England

Dartmoor, England The craggy landscapes and surreal rock formations of Dartmoor are located west of Devon in southern England. In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles, a message sent to …

South Downs Way, England The South Downs Way is a long distance trail running for 160 kilometres (100 miles) in the south of England. It starts in Winchester, England’s first capital, travels through the English …

Highlights of London London is many things: the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom, the most-visited city in the world, home to almost 9 million people of 270 nationalities who speak …

Highlights of England | Lake District The Lake District is the glittering crown jewel of England’s countryside and sure to capture any traveller’s heart with its magic. Picture expanses of lush meadows swathed in flowers …

Markets of Victorian London In the 19th century, markets were at the heart of London life. While industrialisation had meant that an increasing number of shops opened up to the public, people continued to do …

Landscapes of Medieval England

Lincoln England

Landscapes of Medieval England While human history is portrayed as ever changing, we tend to think of the natural landscape as static and unmoving. In reality, human activity and the land are always entwined, constantly …