Natural Wonders of the World
The map of Natural World Wonders is a collection of extreme beautiful feature in the UK and around the World. Dorset and East Devon Coast are some of the most picturesque coastlines in Britain, with fossil-rich stones, hidden sea caves and long sandy beaches. Dorset and East Devon Coast have some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK mixed with many wooded valleys for something for everyone. It is included here as it is the view from the South-west coast of Britain, an area which many developers choose to for coastal building sites (if they were allowed). From the Jurassic coast along to Chesil Beach, this landscape is worthy of protection.
Giant's Causeway and Causeway Coast is a Natural World Wonder in Northern Ireland, a unique collection of around 40,500 interlocking basalt columns. Along the coast from Bushmills in the north to Portballintra e in the south and spanning about 20 kilometres, this coast has black basalt and limestone. It is truly impressive and beautiful along its coastline. The Giant's Causeway and Causeway Coast boasts rich biodiversity, a whale-watching centre at Bushmills with interactive exhibits which showcases their seas creatures, and numerous opportunities to learn about nautical navigation. It is also home to some luxury hotels ideal for the weekend getaways of family and friends who can stay overnight in these comfortable rooms.
The Giant's Causeway and Causeway Coast is truly a Natural World Wonders and a World Heritage Site that you should plan to see in your lifetime. It is a stepping stone into a history that binds Ireland and Scotland. If you wish to be a part of the wonder yourself, the giant's causeway is a one hour drive from Belfast and can be reached easily from Dublin. You could even hire a driver to take you through the winding roads of Northern Ireland.
Don’t stop at just the UK. This map layer has of other fantastic waterfalls, forests and global national parks to explore.