Sea Cliffs of Étretat are famous for its natural arches and white chalk cliffs that tower high over the Atlantic Ocean.
The Faroe Islands – 18 islands of various sizes connected by tunnels and ferries – is one of three autonomous territories in the Nordic Region. The landscape is rugged with steep cliffs, grassy ridges and a very few trees.
Yesnaby is an area on the west coast of Mainland Orkney island famous for its sandstone cliffs, birdlife and sea stack.
Australia is blessed with an abundance of beautiful beaches that travellers from far and wide flock to.
Is there a more dramatic, romantic castle in Scotland than Dunnottar?
Standing upon a striking headland, surrounded by almost sheer cliffs on three sides, Dunnottar is not only one of the most beautiful medieval fortresses in Britain, but the site of some of the most fascinating and dramatic events in British history.
Over the turbulent centuries it has been burned, rebuilt, and burned again.
It has been besieged, visited by saints and queens, and been the setting for dramatic escapes.
It has been a religious community, a fortress, a terrible prison, and the scene of one of the most famous episodes in the story of Scotland.