Did you know…Glastonbury Tor is one of the country’s most spiritual sites?

If you haven’t been lucky enough to visit Glastonbury yet we know you’ll certainly have heard of it, and when it’s not playing host to one of the world's biggest annual festivals the area is a peaceful patchwork of scenery steeped in myth and legend. The village itself has all the traits of an historic Somerset village, and you can walk in pretty much any direction and discover a tale of site that dates back hundreds of years. Glastonbury attracts the curious, the energetic (the Mendips are perfect for a bracing walk) and those who just love being outdoors.

Mary Michael Pilgrims Way

If you haven’t heard of Mary Michael Pilgrim’s Way yet then the chances are you soon will. This walking route is still in its early stages but the plan is that it’ll extend from the cliffs of West Cornwall all the way to the coast of Norfolk. Much like the South West Coast Path, the pilgrimage will be designed so...

The Chalice Well and Gardens

There are few places quite like The Chalice Well and Gardens and they’re home to one of the oldest wells in the whole of Britain. The gardens sit in the Vale of Avalon between Glastonbury Tor and Chalice Hill and they act as a peaceful sanctuary from the rest of the world and a quiet, healing space for all who...
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