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The Lake District holds a bevy of marvellous treasures

The Lake District Peninsula is a unique and interesting region located in the region of South Cumbria, in the north west of England. Encompassing sky-touching rolling hills, a beautiful deep blue sea, and a variety of worth-visiting landscapes, the area has become within an easy reach of visitors and tourists alike.

Aside from acknowledging its greatest attributes are gifts from Mother Nature, it has marvellous treasures of its own that are good enough to grab the attention of holiday makers. The area is known by different names; The Furness Peninsula, Low Furness, and the Cartmel Peninsula.

Located at the foot of the Western Lake District, the Cartmel Peninsula has made many wilder and remote territories accessible. The coastal locations help eyes go as far as across the Morecambe Bay and offer a lot of fun to those visitors who enjoy long walks and are passionate to interact with the wild animals of the world. The South Wild Animal Park is the place where you can take your kids to.

The Victorian town is just a combination of fun, pleasure, and beauty; it’s located in Barrow-in-Furness, within the streets of Ulverston. Having plenty of surprises, the town is ready to delight you at its fullest.

Furness Abbey is another place to visit there, presenting rich, interesting, and worth-seeing Cistercian, it will definitely help you expand your knowledge on the history of England. Unimaginable races and families of wild flowers can also be found in this area within nature reserves.

If you have a family with you then there is another picnic destination on the banks of crystal clear river that can help you have a great time in the Duddon Valley and in its vicinity. The Georgian market is selling a variety of food, drinks and other commodities that you may need for a small lazy picnic party nearby.



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