Holiday’s Isles of Scilly
Consider a Holiday On The Isles of Scilly
You may find a long list of remote places to go or stay, however, there are few better places to escape than the beautiful Isles of Scilly which can be traveled to just off the Cornish coast. This stunning archipelago may be a hop, skip and a jump from the UK mainland, but it is well worth the trip.
With only five inhabited islands to choose from, all of which are small, the remaining other rocky outcrops are more are home to wildlife and seabirds than people. A very popular day-tripper haunt, but if you can afford the prices a stay on the islands will leave you feeling well refreshed and relaxed. Upon visiting the Isles Of Scilly you will find that St Mary’s is the largest island, and usually the first port of call for tourists and visitors.
Next, you will find Hugh Town is its central hub which has a cluster of shops, small cafes, lovely restaurants, and pubs as well as a small museum with several nearby beaches – Porthcressa, Town Beach, and Porthmellon.
The stunning Subtropical island of Tresco has a little bit of everything – from dramatic rocky outcrops, stacked with wildlife to “Bronze Age” burial sites and old castle ruins that overlook the sea.
Getting To The Isles of Scilly
You do have serval options to get to the Isles of Scilly, you may consider to Fly with Skybus the ‘island’s own airline’ from Land’s End, Newquay and Exeter airports on either an 8-seater Britten-Norman Islander aircraft or a 19-seater De Havilland Twin Otter. Whichever route you choose, you’ll enjoy a spectacular bird’s eye view of England’s dramatic southwest coastline before the remote beauty of the islands unfolds below.