It’s not the pyramids or the Colosseum, the Taj Mahal is even less… However, on the other side of the channel, the natural beauties follow and follow each other.
Mostly without a doubt, these miracles are very closely hidden from us. One study found that 90% of those questioned were unaware of these seven British wonders. The sites were selected by experts from the Royal Geographical Society. Here is the list (not exhaustive).
Pistol Rider, Base de Glass
This waterfall is one of the most beautiful in Wales, named after an iconic waterfall. However, our lady is the tallest in the UK, 240 feet tall and stands over three floors.
Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland
Giants Causeway is an interesting volcanic formation in Northern Ireland that forms a plateau of hexagonal columns reminiscent of dragon scales. The black stones that fall into the sea will give you a folk feeling about being on another planet for a few moments.
Loch Korisk, Egos
Scotland and its lakes: A crazy story of love and mystery. Like the famous Loch Ness, we attribute a particular history to this site: it is also known as the refuge of a magical creature. However, more beautiful than a monster-snake, it is a water horse that inhabits the depths of this magical freshwater lake located on the island.
Located in the Supreme District National Park, Dowdale is characterized by its calcareous rock formations and eroded caves, which attract thousands of visitors each year.
Jurassic Coast, England
Jurassic Beach has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001 due to its historic rocks, fossils and geological landscape. These rocks stretch majestically for 95 miles and stretch back to the ancient Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous times. The site is world famous for its contribution to Earth scientific research and analysis for hundreds of years.
Waste water, UK
Tired of gray London? You will not be disappointed by the waste water lake surrounded by the high mountains of Lake District. This colorful site will make you forget your boring days with the help of its U-shaped landscapes created thousands of years ago by ice ages. Wastewater is also the deepest lake in the UK measuring 79 meters deep.
The needles cross the Isle of Wight in the southeast of England and form a calcareous vertebral point. This geological formation bears its name for the fourth needle-shaped rock that collapsed during a storm in the 1970s.