You’ll even find Neolithic ruins amid the rugged cliffs and sea views. With stunning scenes around every corner, imagine spying the natural limestone arch at Durdle Door, or rock pooling on the white pebbles of Lulworth Cove – part of a diverse landscape that is a feast for the senses. It’s busy in the summer but busy for a reason. Do you have six miles (ten kilometres) of walking in those legs? If you’re a foodie, you can add the catch of the day from the seaside harbour of Whitby to your taste of England wish list. Ramble along the nature trails of the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB. If not them, you could see more than 100 species of nesting birds, as you walk through the Malham Tarn or take on the riverside promenade of Grassington. The raised wooden walkway offers glimpses of the local swamp and marshland, as well as wooded areas that lay undisturbed for decades. For history, culture and legend, Glastonbury is somewhat unparalleled. We’ve moved from Cornwall in the south-east through the Cotswolds of central England, and are now reaching Suffolk, jutting out from the eastern rump of the country. A walk around Glastonbury needs to take in the famed Tor, which stands upon a small hill that offers a vantage point stretching for miles in every direction. Those who are never happier than when scaling high peaks may wish to try the section around Helvellyn in the Lake District, or even the somewhat intense 10-mile walk to its peak and back down again. Then, at the end of the 1.5-mile route, the path opens up to provide a spectacular panorama of Barton - the second largest of all Norfolk's broads. And culture lovers can dream of exploring a host of traditional seaside resorts, including taking in a show at the Grade II-listed Pavilion on Cromer Pier – Europe’s last end-of-pier theatre. The previous walks have largely concerned themselves with England's "green and pleasant land", offering spectacular sights of the countryside and showing just why many romantic poets such as Milton dedicated their whole lives to capturing these vistas in verse. Furthermore, access to much uncultivated and unenclosed land has opened up since the enactment of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. Set to open in its entirety in 2021 – designated the Year of the English Coast – when it will create the longest signposted trail in the world at nearly 3,000 miles, vast sections of the England Coast Path are already open to capture the imagination. Sea and Spices, Plum Guide home in Suffolk. A designated stretch of historic coastline, Durham's wild cliffs and sweeping dunes are home to an abundance of wildflowers, insects and other wildlife. Since this is where you’ll find the famous Land’s End (England’s most south-westerly point), we thought it’d be a great place to launch our list of walks in England. Click through for a glimpse of this gorgeous home. Spot colonies of grey seals (bet you didn’t know their group name was colony) and grab fish and chips from one of the traditional eateries in the villages. Enter the password that accompanies your e-mail. Hang around the Ipswich Waterfront and consider stealing some of the yachts. While the flowers bloom in spring and summer, the striking coastal rock formations, the Magnesian Limestone Coastal Grasslands and rugged clifftops are beautiful all year round. Soak up amazing views and stunning panoramas on this fully-guided 11-day itinerary from Bath to Chipping Campden. The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a circular route stretching for 4.5 miles and takes you through some of the best parts of the Yorkshire Dales. Passing some of England’s most tranquil spots, you will be able to take in breathtaking scenery en route, explore historic castles, tuck into delicious fish and chips and find fossils in ancient cliffs – these are just some of the top things along England’s Coast Path that helped England take second spot in the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020. With the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors all falling within its impressive span, there's plenty of choice for would-be walkers. Make your way through the myriad quaint towns and villages, stopping for some fine dining. For such a walk, the brightest, clearest spring day should show off the Somerset levels at their most beautiful. You’ll even find Neolithic ruins amid the rugged cliffs and sea views. Prospect of Whitby, Plum Guide home in North Yorkshire. Walk upon England's mountains green And was the holy Lamb of God. Another hike of equal distance is the path from Chipping Camden to Broadway Tower. A walk around the city can take in icons of England such as Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.