Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Another reason why I need to go to Scotland. #patraselections #travel #list

30+ mysterious caves, a deep walk into the heart of the earth

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Wild swimming in the UK: 10 top spots The secluded beauty of wild swimming in the UK makes for the perfect alfresco dip – and youre never too far away from great campsites, castles, gardens, pubs and restaurants either

Wild swimming in the UK: 10 top spots

Wild swimming in the UK: 10 top spots - Lower Ddwli Falls Waterfall Woods, Brecon Beacons

Soarmill, South Devon At high tide swim around the little island, and at low tide explore the many caves along the cliff bottom. Afterwards head up to the nearby Iron Age hillfort at Bolt Tail for spectacular sunsets and the chance to spot dolphins and porpoises.

Soarmill, South Devon At high tide swim around the little island, and at low tide explore the many caves along the cliff bottom. Afterwards head up to the nearby Iron Age hillfort at Bolt Tail for spectacular sunsets and the chance to spot dolphins and po

Wild Swim: Porthtowan Tidal Pool - to visit Summer 2012

Wild Swim: The best outdoor swims across Britain

Wild Swim by Kate Rew is the definitive guide to over 300 beautiful outdoor swims in rivers, lakes, tidal pools, the sea and lidos across Britain. By the founder of the Outdoor Swimming Society

16 Incredible Secret Swimming Spots In Britain

16 Incredible Secret Swimming Spots In Britain

Swim: Cumbria has more than 80 lakes, meres, waters and tarns, making it the perfect place to enjoy a spot of wild swimming. The Lake District tends to be busy in summer but it is still possible to escape the crowds if you’re willing to explore.Even popular Ullswater, widely regarded as the most beautiful lake in England, has its share of secluded bays and beaches from which to enjoy a dip. Or hire a boat, fish for trout, dive, sail, canoe, catch the steamer or simply skim a pebble.

Swim: Cumbria has more than 80 lakes, meres, waters and tarns, making it the perfect place to enjoy a spot of wild swimming. The Lake District tends to be busy in summer but it is still possible to escape the crowds if you’re willing to explore.Even popul


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