The Isle of Man (in Manx: Ellan Vannin) is an island in the British Isles, located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland. It is a British Crown dependency and therefore not part of the United Kingdom itself; the UK is responsible for defence and foreign affairs.
Laxey (in Manx: Laksaa) is a small village of the Isle of Man, a crown dependency of the United Kingdom in the Irish Sea.
Ramsey (in Manx: Rhumsaa) is the third-largest town on the Isle of Man. It is set on the coast with a magnificent backdrop of the North Barrule hills.
Peel (in Manx: Purt ny h-Inshey – Port of the Island) is a town on the Isle of Man.
Castletown (in Manx: Balley Chashtal) is a city of the Isle of Man, a crown dependency of the United Kingdom in the Irish Sea.
Calf of Man (in Manx: Yn Cholloo) is a small island bird sanctuary near the Isle of Man.
Newton Stewart is a town with a population of about 3500 in Dumfries and Galloway. The town's name comes from William Stewart who built several houses and obtained a burgh charter in 1677 from King Charles II.
Kirkcudbright is a small coastal town in South West Scotland. It is situated in the Dumfries and Galloway area
Stranraer is a town in South West (Scotland). It is best known for having been a ferry port, connecting Scotland with Northern Ireland.
Amlwch is small community in Anglesey, although it is rural it is not a quaint or especially pleasant location.
Church Bay (Welsh: Porth Swtan) is a small hamlet on the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey near the village of Rhyd-wyn.
Castle Douglas is a town in South West (Scotland), designated Scotland's Food Town.
Holyhead (Welsh: Caergybi) is a small port town in north-west Wales, with high-speed ferries to the Dublin area.
South Stack (Ynys Lawd) is an island connected by a bridge to Holy Island which is part of the island of Anglesey. It is also the name given to the land adjacent to the island.
Whitehaven is a town on the coast of Cumbria, in the North West region of England.
Red Wharf Bay (Traeth Coch) is a hamlet on the island of Anglesey in North Wales.
Trearddur Bay (Welsh: Bae Trearddur) is a small village on Anglesey.
Anglesey (Welsh: Ynys Môn) is, by a large margin, the largest island in England and Wales at 276 sq mi (714km²) island just off the coast of northwestern Wales.
Llangefni is a town in east Anglesey in Wales. It is the county town of Anglesey and is in the center of the island with the coast in each direction around 7 miles.
Ailsa Craig (Scottish Gaelic: Creag Ealasaid) is an island in the Firth of Clyde off the coast of Ayrshire in Scotland. It is colloquially known as "Paddy's Milestone" as it is roughly marks the halfway point of the sea journey from Belfast to Glasgow.
Rhosneigr is a village in the county of Anglesey in North Wales. It has less than 750 residents but is popular with visitors for its sandy beaches on the Anglesey coast, local bird life and idyllic countryside views.
Girvan is a seaside town on the west coast of Scotland. It has a population of around 8,000.
Beaumaris (Welsh: Biwmares) is a town in east Anglesey in Wales. Beaumaris's shore borders the Menai Strait separating Anglesey from North Wales.
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is a small, quiet town on the Island of Anglesey off the northwest coast of North Wales, famous for having the longest place name in an English-speaking country. Apart from its name it is similar to other nearby villages.
Menai Bridge (Officially in Welsh: Porthaethwy, but more usually Y Borth) is a town on the Isle of Anglesey over the Menai Straits from Bangor.
Llanfairfechan is a small Victorian seaside resort in the county of Conwy in North Wales. Llanfairfechan was judged North Wales Calor Village of the Year for 2009 in the competition run by Calor Gas UK.
Conwy is a small walled town on the coast in North Wales. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and a perfect base for exploring everything North Wales has to offer.
Dinas Dinlle is a small village on the coast of Gwynedd south of Caernarfon.
Eskdale Green is a small village in Cumbria at one end of the Eskdale Valley.
Llandudno junction (Welsh: Cyffordd Llandudno) is a town in Conwy County, in North Wales.
Dumfries is the principal town in Dumfries and Galloway. A more traditional administrative status is principal town of Dumfriesshire, but this changed in 1974.
Cockermouth is an English market town located in the modern county of Cumbria, at the north western end of the Lake District. This location tends to enhance the life and character of the town without the negative impact of receiving too many tourists (as some believe has occurred in the case of Cockermouth's neighbour Keswick).
Believed to be the burial place of Saint Patrick, the town of Downpatrick in Northern Ireland is a place with a long history. It offers a range of historic heritage, with locally discovered remains going back to prehistoric times.
Ayr is a town in Ayrshire, in South West Scotland. Its chief attraction for visitors is the nearby village of Alloway, birthplace of Robert Burns.
Bangor is the third largest town in Northern Ireland, after Belfast and Derry. It is situated on the southern shores of Belfast Lough and has a population of about 76,000.
Prestwick is a town in Ayrshire, South West Scotland. It adjoins onto the larger town of Ayr to the south.
Cumbria is a county in the North West of England. Its most famous tourist attraction is the Lake District National Park.
thumb|300px|The mountain Y Garn which begins the Nantlle ridge is reflected in the calm waters of Llyn y Dywarchen
Barrow-in-Furness is in Cumbria. It lies within The Historic County Boundaries of Lancashire.
Trefriw is a village near Llanrwst. Most of the village lies within the Snowdonia National Park, the boundary running down the main street of the village.
Capel Curig is a village in the county of Conwy, popular with climbers and hillwalkers due to its location in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. There is an important road junction here, where the A5 continues between the Glyderau and Carneddau mountain ranges to Bangor and the A4085 turns further south to Llanberis.
Beddgelert is a picturesque village in Gwynedd, renowned for the grave of Prince Llywelyn's dog Gelert.
Troon is a small seaside town 31 miles from Glasgow, in the South West region of Scotland. It's one of the closest beach resorts to the Glasgow conurbation, so on fine summer weekends it draws crowds, and another major attraction is golf, especially the Royal Troon Golf Club which often hosts the Open.
Llanrwst is an ancient market town in the county of Conwy in North Wales. On and off since the 13th Century the town has claimed independence, and in 1947, Llanrwst town council made an unsuccessful submission to the United Nations for a seat on the security council, stating that Llanrwst was an independent state within Wales.
Abergele is a relatively new seaside town in the county of Conwy in North Wales, located between Colwyn Bay and Rhyl. Abergele is often overlooked due to the popularity of nearby Rhyl, Prestatyn, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Conwy.
thumb|350px|The twisting route to the summit of Helvellyn on the left, England's third highest peak.
Betws-y-Coed (meaning Chapel in the Woods) is a village in Conwy, and one of the primary tourist resorts in the Snowdonia National Park. The village claims to be Wales' most popular inland tourist resort.
Kilmarnock is in South West Scotland and is the home of "Johnnie Walker", the world famous brand of whisky. It is also associated with the poetry of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns as his first collection of poems -the famous "First Edition"- was printed in the town.
Blaenau Ffestiniog is a small town located in the Snowdonia Mountains in Wales.
Holywood is a pleasant town in County Down of Northern Ireland, about 10 minutes from Belfast.
Carrickfergus (also called Carrick) is a city in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Newcastle (population 7500) is a seaside resort town in County Down, Northern Ireland on the coast of the Irish Sea. It can get very busy and congested in the summer, but the promenade along the sea front is modern and well designed.
Ulverston is a small market town in Cumbria, United Kingdom. With a population of 13,000, Ulverston isn't a huge tourist attraction for the area, although its proximity to the Lake District makes it a quaint stop-over for visitors planning to explore more of Cumbria.
Saltcoats is a small town in Ayrshire in Scotland, next to Ardrossan.
Kilwinning is a small, pleasant but rather run-down town in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Prestatyn is a town in Denbighshire, on the north coast of Wales. It is the most easterly of the holiday resorts on the north Wales coast, and so is convenient for day trips from the cities of Liverpool and Manchester in north-west England.
Abersoch is a village in Llŷn particularly favoured for sailing. Both the village itself and the roads to the headlands west of it tend to get very crowded.
Holy Island (Scottish Gaelic: Eilean MoLaise) is off the coast West coast of Scotland, near the Isle of Arran.
Ardrossan is a town in Ayrshire in Scotland. The town is a short walk from Saltcoats
Coniston is a picturesque lakeside village in the Lake District National Park. Coniston sits next to Coniston Water, the Lake District's third largest lake is the home to many attempts at the world water speed record.
Annan is a town in Dumfries and Galloway. It is a short distance inland from the Solway Firth situated between Dumfries (16-miles) and Gretna (8.
St Asaph (Welsh: Llanelwy) is one of Britain's smallest cities, having a population of only 3,355. It is located in the lower parts of the Vale of Clwyd, in north Wales.
Belfast (Irish: Béal Feirste, meaning "the mouth of the river Farset") is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland and the second largest city on the island of Ireland after Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Situated at the mouth of the River Lagan on Belfast Lough, Belfast is surrounded by low hills and has a population of 267,500.
Grasmere is a lakeside village in the Lake District National Park, best known as the home to poet William Wordsworth
Hawkshead is a picturesque village in Lake District National Park, technically the smallest true town in Britain.
Cleveleys or Thornton-Cleveleys is a part of the Wyre local council area in Lancashire, England. It is 3 miles north of Blackpool, with which it has grown to merge along with the other Fylde Coast towns of Bispham, Lytham St Annes and Fleetwood.
Blackpool is a seaside resort town in the North West of England and Britain's favourite beach resort.