The major features of South West England consist of a number of ranges of hills, of which perhaps the most important are the Mendips, its moors - Dartmoor and Exmoor, both of which are national parks, and the low lying Somerset Levels.
Cheddar. Town that gives its name to the world-famous cheese
Mendip Hills. The hills were designated an 'area of outstanding nateral beauty' in 1972. They cover 198sq kms from Bleadon to Chewtom Mendip and incorporate 3 beautiful gorges. The area is well known for its wildlife and geology
Cotswolds. Dominating the Eastern half of the County are the Cotswold Hills. Here the landscape is criss-crossed with Cotswold stone walls and dotted with fine cottages and outstandingly beautiful villages, makig this one of the U.K's most scenic areas.
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