England offers a huge range of activities for honeymoon couples. Explore the beautiful outdoor spaces on a hiking, biking or horseback riding honeymoon adventure.
What to do and see in England
Choose from numerous marked paths that reveal inspiring landscapes, including national parks, UNESCO World Heritage sites and regions designated as ‘areas of outstanding natural beauty’.
As often as not, these meandering trails lead to Neolithic monuments, Roman remains or medieval castles and cathedrals, providing an historical insight into this ancient landscape.
Discover the scenic splendour of the Lake District, walk in the footsteps of Roman legionaries along Hadrian’s Wall and hike or bike through the Pennines – one of England’s last great expanses of wilderness.
Experience honey-coloured limestone cottages and picturesque villages that dot green meadows, rolling hills and wooden vales in the Cotswolds.
Abseil into the Cheddar Gorge and hike the dramatic south-west coast amid Celtic crosses and the remains of ancient castles.
Best time to visit England & Wales?
Any time. England’s climate is generally mild with damp winters and moderate summers. Typically, weather varies from day to day with the southern regions being warmer and sunnier than the north, where you can expect a colder and windier climate.
Summer averages 18°C with a high of 30°C, while spring and autumn average 13°C and winter averages 5°C with a low of –4˚C.