There is little nicer than a picnic on a warm summer day. If you bring your sandwiches, there are plenty of places to choose from, some with great views, some surrounded by wildlife. Here just a small selection.
Perhaps the most beautiful and magical of all of the great 18th-century landscape gardens. A tranquil place to sit and relax, enjoy a picnic and immerse yourself in 300 years of history.
Starting at the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site, this walk takes you through the remains of the largest stone circle in the world and along the West Kennet Avenue into rolling chalk downland.
Lacock Abbey's beautiful grounds are a place to relax, explore and reconnect. Wander through the changing colours, find the giant tree stump and see if you can spot some woodland wildlife.
This distinctive landmark near Longleat is rich in wildlife and archaeology with panoramic views of West Wiltshire and Somerset. You can even experience uninterrupted views of the sky from this locally famous UFO hotspot.
Summer is a wonderful time of year to be outside in the fresh air, taking in the sights and smells of flowers in bloom, warmer temperatures and longer days.
With hills to climb, woods to explore, views to soak up and nature to marvel at, Wiltshire walks are filled with rewards.
For a little extra fun, there are a host of different activities around Wiltshire - here's just a couple of suggestions.