Summer season is nearly upon us and that means it’s almost time to kick off the spring clothes and don those beach threads to soak up the sun and enjoy some downtime. Whether you’re staying at home this year, travelling abroad or wanting to get away for a long weekend or two, this great list of things to do during the summer months will get your inspiration going so you can plan the best summer yet.
Fishing In Cornwall
Fishing holidays in Cornwall are a great way to get some down time in while exploring and experiencing the rugged coastline of England’s southwest. With so many great things to do in Cornwall, adding on a fishing trip or two is the perfect way to round out a holiday to the area. Whether you’re into exploring castles, old tin and copper mines or ancient prehistoric villages, there’s something for everyone in Cornwall to see and do, making it an ideal place for those with children and without.
Road trips throughout the UK are awesome when it comes to getting away for a week or two in the summer. Whether you want to explore counties you’ve never seen before or you’re into checking out your own backyard, it’s one of those great, easy and usually fairly affordable ways to get a bit of downtime in during the warmer months. Popular road trip destinations in the UK include Cornwall, Yorkshire, the Lake District, Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire, to name but a few.
The UK is awash with great spa destinations that will leave you trying to pick the best options for your holidays. Whether you want to spend a whole weekend lazing away at a spa in the likes of Longleat or Harrogate, getting massages and various other treatments or you just want to use the grounds, pool, hot tubs and services, it’s a great way to get away for the weekend without needing to go far. Spa breaks are hugely popular and can even be given for gifts, making them one of the best ways to spend a weekend or two over the summer.
With so many cool options throughout the UK to pick, it’s difficult to narrow it down to just one or two things to do over the summer months. Whether you’re into activities, you want some adventure or you’re looking to relax though, the UK has something for everyone and almost any trip around the country can be easily adjustable and suited to your preferences. Which do you prefer? We’d love to hear from you.