Somerset is a beautiful County, filled with open countryside views, golden sandy beaches and lots of interesting sights to explore. There are countless places of interest to discover and you’ll never run out of places to go or things to see. The County is also home to quite a few natural sights including caves, marshes and more. We have put together some of the top natural sights that you must see if you are planning a visit to Somerset.

Cheddar Gorge

A natural landmark that really leaves an impression there is so much to see at Cheddar Gorge. Deep in the stalactite caves or high up on the cliffs above, there are so many natural sights to explore and discover. The Cheddar Gorge and its network of caves date back many years and it holds some fascinating secrets about our history. If you love rock climbing and caving this is the place for you. The caves are 400 feet deep and 3 miles long so there’s lots to see.

Wookey Hole Caves

Somerset is a county filled with mystery, but one of it’s greatest is the Wookey Hole caves, a spectacular natural wonder. There’s lots of fun to be had in the Wookey Hole Caves located deep beneath the Mendip Hills it features the UK’s largest cave system and residence to the famous witch of Wookey Hole. Explore the witch’s laboratory, taking you deep into a magical and mystical world discovering the secret water underworld within the vast network of caves. It’s a fascinating place filled with natural wonders and is certainly worth a visit if you’re in the Somerset area.

Steart Marshes

Another great natural place of interest is the Steart Marshes, which is one of the first working wetlands. The area is used to demonstrate how useful and productive wetlands can be. Wetlands are excellent for wildlife enthusiasts because they are home to all kinds of interesting species and there’s lots to see and do for the whole family. Natural beauty spots such as the Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge have been attracting tourists to Somerset for many years and they will continue to do so for many more to come. Finding natural sites of interest is not difficult when you’re in Somerset. Whether it’s caves, moors or natural beauty that you are looking for, there’s plenty to do and see that will keep everyone amused for many hours.