The United Kingdom and Ireland are two of the favourite destinations for outdoor adventures.  There are amazing destinations there to explore and soak in. Whether you want to discover the place on foot, under the water or on two wheels the below listed places won’t disappoint.

Let us have a look at the places that offer you an opportunity to enjoy great outdoor activities.

  1. Cliff Jumping in Pembrokeshire, Wales

Located in the southwest of Wales, the Pembrokeshire coast allows you to enjoy various activities such as cliff jumping, rock climbing, and swimming. If you don’t want to indulge in water-activities, you can explore the sea caves on the Oceanside.

  1. Biking Along the Hebridean Way, Scotland

If you are someone who loves biking, you must head towards Scotland. In Scotland, you can bike along one of the longest routes, the Hebridean Way. The 185-mile long Hebridean Way will fascinate you with the sandy beaches, Kisimul Castle, wild moorland and the Calanais Standing stones. It starts from the Vatersay in the south and ends at Lewis in the north. You can easily bike along this route as it is properly marked with directions.

  1. Scilly Seals Snorkelling, Off Cornwall, England

Visit the island St Martin's in the Isles of Scilly for a fabulous wildlife experience. See the beautiful seals and snorkel with them in their natural environment.

  1. Walking to the Ystradfellte Waterfalls, Brecon Beacons, Wales

The Ystradfellte waterfalls in the mountainous region Brecon Beacons in South Wales will give you a mesmerising experience. Stroll along this trail passing through the woods with your friends or family and discover the 4 waterfalls of Ystradfellte.

  1. Walking Along the Cornish Coast Path, England

The South West Coast Path is a standout amongst the most beautiful trails in Britain. This trail was earlier used to keep an eye on smugglers.This particular coastline streches a massive 630 miles.

  1. Swimming at Dancing Ledge, Dorset, England

On a walking distance of a few miles from Langton Matravers, you’ll be able to find a magical spot to swim. Walk from Langton Matravers, meet the cows in the field, swim at Dancing Ledge and hike along the coast. You can enjoy a cider at the Square and Compass pub in the village of Worth Matravers.

  1. Hiking to Glen Affric Hostel, Highlands, Scotland

Glen Affric Youth Hostel is an isolated youth hostel which is situated in a river valley encompassed by mountains. You can reach this hostel on foot and by biking. This place is ideal for nature lovers and for those who seek some quietness. As you are going to spend some time in a remote hostel, make sure to carry your sleeping bag and eatables.

  1. Camping and Swimming on Dartmoor, England

If you follow the rules this is going to be an amazing place for you. The ponies will accompany you on the moorland. You can refresh yourself by swimming in the Sharrah Pools into the woods.

  1. Surfing Along the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland

Pack your surfboards for surfing along one of the longest coasts in the world, the Wild Atlantic Way. This 2500km long Irish coast is ideal for both beginners and experts. You can reside in the towns and villages along the coast.

  1. Climbing Catbells, Lake District, England

In England, there is a little mountain “Catbells”. This mountain is situated above the town of Keswick and Derwent Water. It boasts stunning panoramic views of the Lake Disctrict.  A beauty not to be missed.