The Ribble Valley is an idyllic part of the north of England located in north east Lancashire and covering 212 sq. miles of the Forest of Bowland, an area of deep valleys and peat moorland. It’s an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty but despite booming tourism with ever increasing numbers of visitors, it’s still a hidden gem and an undiscovered part of the country to many people.
The village of Downham, near Clitheroe
We decided to take a short break to explore the area and to find out why so many people are flocking to this corner of Lancashire and I couldn’t believe how beautiful it was. The Ribble Valley is centred around the prosperous market town of Clitheroe and is easily accessible from the M6 motorway with Lancaster being 18 miles to the north and Preston 17 miles to the south west.
The village of Downham with Pendle Hill…
View original post 1,203 more words
Smart and cheap airport parking deals in the UK
Teach ESL and Travel the World
Avid adventurer, travel blogger, and experience seeker. Starting each morning with a desire to see the world through a different lens.
Travels with Kayla
Globetrotting, travel blogging newlyweds
Tesla Sun Travel is place to get the latest travel tip and tricks, of what others are saying social media, not forgetting cheap air line tickets and hotels from around the world
My travel stories from around the world!
Travel Blogging For All
Best Travel Information on the Web
Not all who wander are lost
Go further on foot
Because vacations don't always go as planned
Passionate about all things travel!