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Pretty English Villages Out of a Fairytale

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Discover the most beautiful and picturesque villages in England. Magnificent landscapes in the heart of your country.

No need to leave England to get away from it all and discover charming landscapes. Discover the most beautiful picturesque villages in UK. Here are the most beautiful villages to visit this summer:

Bibury (Cotswolds)

Bibury in the Cotswolds has a lot to offer. A village that could claim the title of most beautiful in England. And you only have to see the church, the picturesque lanes and the banks of the River Coln to be convinced...

Lustleigh (Devon)

A charming grouping of cottages around a 13th century church that seems to have escaped time. We discover England in its most typical way. The kind of place where you can enjoy a tea in the countryside and admire the thatched roofs. 

Polperro (Cornwall)

Polperro is a peaceful fishing village in Cornwall with a charming harbour. Adorned with lovely cottages and with its prime location by the sea, it’s easy to see why Polperro is so special. Enjoy wandering through the winding traffic-free streets or simply soak up the unbeatable views of the Cornish coastline.

Bourton-On-The-Water (Cotswolds)

In the Cotswolds, Bourton-On-The-Water is a tourist spot, known for its many bridges over the Windrush, the local river. The town has even been given the nickname "Venice of the Cotswolds". With plenty to see and do, Bourton-on-the-Water offers a wealth of attractions and shops, restaurants and tea rooms.

Castleton (Derbyshire)

For lovers of castles, ruins and caves, Castleton is perfect! Overlooked by the remains of a castle that once housed the offspring of William the Conqueror, the village is situated in the middle of the Peak Mountains and therefore offers superb views. A paradise for hikers.


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