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Highlights in Derbyshire
- The longest stone bridge in England
- Unique stalactite formation
- Unforgettable walks and views
- Amazing cable car ride
- Charming tramway village
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The county of Derbyshire is located in the centre of England, next to the majestic Peak District National Park, where you can find charming cabins for your holiday. This is a very popular destination among tourists for its amazing natural landscapes, such as the caves in Matlock or the Dervent Valley; and its important historical value which you can appreciate by visiting the Derby Museum and Art Gallery. Its traditional roads and elegant gardens combine all the best of the city without losing contact with natureLovely cabins for any requirement
The county of Derbyshire has beautiful cabins set in rural areas, with extensive gardens, farms and fascinating views. From the city of Ashbourne, Buxton, to the Peak District, you will get accommodation deals for all audiences, whether they are accommodating large families, couples, friends, or even a single person. Enjoy the amenities that best suit your tastes, such as swimming pools, gardens, colonial or luxurious cabins, what are you waiting for to make your reservation?
Travellers and activities
Derbyshire is the ideal place to spend Valentine's Day, or to enjoy a romantic experience with your partner. You can ride the cable car to Abraham's Heights, hike through the woods, dine and ride the Derwent River. Another excellent option to experience a romantic night is to escape with your partner to the mountains and camp under the stars at "The Camping and Caravanning Club", this can be done in 8 cities in Derbyshire. In Cromford, you have the option of taking a boat ride through the Derwent Valley World Heritage Site, from where you can see the amazing wildlife and amazing flora of the town.Derbyshire for hikers
The walks you can take in Derbyshire will allow you to enjoy the best views of the Peak District Park, as well as to experience the impressive natural diversity present in this National Park, such as the famous Kinder Scout stone and the Cavedale stone. If you are looking for a challenging hike, both for the distance, the terrain and the weather conditions, the Kinder Scout Park is ideal for you. The difficult but rewarding route boasts unforgettable views, moors, and even a waterfall. You can also opt for shorter hikes such as the Abraham heights to Matlock hike, or the “Mam Tor” climb.
Its magnificent landscapes have inspired illustrious British writers such as William Wordsworth, Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen!
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Witness the historical value of the Ice Age caves, located on the outskirts of the town of Creswell; Discover the fossils of extinct animals such as giant mammoths and woolly rhinos, the tools used by early humans, and the ice age rock art of Europe. Without a doubt an unforgettable tour.2. Cross the Swarkestone Bridge
Walking across the longest stone bridge in England is an experience in itself, each person who crosses it not only has the pleasure of enjoying the beautiful view offered by the Trent River but also becomes part of the more than 1000 years dating from the construction of the bridge. The sandstone, the 17 associated arches and the mile-long span of the bridge attest to its historical significance, making it a must see in Derbyshire.3. Rappel over the River Wye
Put on comfortable clothes, prepare your best attitude and enjoy a spectacular experience while you descend from a mountain in front of the beautiful Wye River to the rhythm of the instructions of an abseiling instructor in the Monsal Dale valley next to the Millers Dale bridge, which we access by the Monsal trail. It is an incredible adventure that does not require previous experience and is suitable for people from 8 years old to 80 years old.4.Take a walk in Darley Park
Darley Park is the perfect place for a walk of any kind if you are in Derbyshire as it has wide open spaces with a wonderful view, hills and beautiful vegetation; it also has a couple of trails that are great for walking along the River Derwent. As if that were not enough, in winter, when it snows, the park becomes an ideal place to go sledding.5. Ride vintage trams at Crich Tramway Village
This small open-air museum gives you the opportunity to enjoy a charming street set in the English 19th century, a tea room, a cozy pub; and offers you the amazing experience of taking rides aboard vintage trams.6. Know the crystal formations of Pool's Cavern
Tour the most spectacular natural cavern in the Peck District and marvel at some unique crystal formations in the world through a guided tour that lasts 45 minutes in which you can also enjoy the longest stalactite formation in the region.7. Enjoy a cable car ride up to Heights of Abraham
The cable car tour gives you a privileged view from the top of Derbyshire, but this tour is only the beginning of a great visit as when you reach the top of the hill your cable car ticket gives you free access to all facilities from the top that include fun for the whole family: from visiting natural caves to exhibition areas and museums.