Regatta reveals its Top 10 family destinations for outdoor adventures

With the Easter break soon approaching, Regatta, Britain’s
best loved outdoor clothing, footwear and accessories brand, has compiled their
favourite spots to enjoy the great outdoors this Easter – without breaking the



Start your adventure at Lizards Point, the
southerly-most point in the UK. Head five miles over to Mullion Cove, a
beautiful sandy beach – you’ll feel like you discovered it! Treat the kids to
the legendary Cornish ice cream, while mum and dad tuck in to scones lathered
in clotted cream – worth the trip alone! Don’t fill up too much though, because
you’ll want to try out Porthtowan’s Surf School – if it weren’t for the crisp
seaside air, you’d think you were in Hawaii! Worn out? For a delicious and
traditional seaside meal, refuel with Rick Stein’s famous fish n’ chips in


2. Thrill
seeking at Thorpe Park

Thrill seeking families will be in their element at
Thorpe Park! With The Swarm ride ‘mutated’ to amp up the fear factor, this is
the perfect trip for the fearless family. With plenty of rides and activities
perfect for young children, a selection of restaurants and excellent transport
links - you don’t have to go to the end of the world to reach the end of your
fear threshold!


3. The Lake

Head to the great North West and tread the path of
thousands before you at the famous Lake District! Spend some quality time in
the peace and quiet of this historic walking spot and unwind and take in nature at its best!



This prehistoric landmark located in Wiltshire is a
great place to re-visit, or take the kids for their very first time at
Stonehenge. Let them puzzle over the mysteries surrounding the thousands of
year old standing stones, and take pictures of one of the most famous sites in
the world!


Windsor Castle

With the Golden Jubilee and Royal Wedding behind
us, our Royal Family has never been more popular– or famous! Tour Windsor
Castle and take in the current exhibition of The Queen: Portraits of a Monarch,
by artists such as Andy Warhol for an interesting and educational day out. While
you’re there, don’t miss the 11am ‘Changing of the Guards’ – a spectacle that
brings even the locals to a standstill!


6. London

Explore our fair Capital, with a walking tour of
London! A buzzing metropolitan, London is brimming with cultural activities
including theatre, shopping, museums, and attractions – meaning there’s
something for everyone! Whizz around on inexpensive ‘Boris Bikes’ or take a
tour of the Olympic Park tour to see how the Olympics transformed London – and national

7. New

Find peace in the beautiful New Forest! Pack up the
kids and bikes and cycle round, losing yourself in the beautiful
surroundings.  Stop for a spot of at one
of the plethora of cosy New Forest pubs for traditional English grub! Enjoy a horse
ride, or simply walk for a relaxing family trip.


8. Dorset

Explore the beautiful Jurassic Coast, now named by
UNESCO as one of the Natural Wonders of the World. Golden sands, coastal
scenery and Victorian seaside towns showcase the best of British landscapes.


9.  West Wood Yurts 

Located only 20 minutes from Newcastle, a campsite
of yurts (Mongolian shacks/tents) make for a camping trip you’ll never forget! Your
children will be enchanted with these unique yurts that are a nice change from
traditional tents.



Visit England’s very own replica Eiffel Tower, for
a fun-filled day with incredible views! Have fun with all the family on the
famous Blackpool pier, or visit the Pleasure Beach – kids will love the
Nickelodeon Land area in the park!


Whether you plan on enjoying a cultural break in
the city or embarking on an outdoor adventure, ensure that you’re covered- whatever
the weather, with Regatta’s wide range of outdoor clothing, footwear and

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