Long strolls in the sunshine, bracing winds through your hair, sunny one minute and pouring the next. Who can beat the Great British weather? Don't forget that sun tan lotion.
Discover a tropical paradise
Right here in England. This photo was taken at Trengwainton Garden in Penzance, where plant hunters travelled all over the world to create this exotic garden.
Chat with the locals
Learn the language. Arrive 'dreckly' in Cornwall, find a ladybird or 'God's cow' in Devon, then 'g'woam' after visiting Somerset.
Going off the beaten track
It's part of the fun getting lost isn't it? A great bonding experience for all involved - or so we're told. Maybe don't always follow the satnav...
Sample the local delicacies
Scones, pasties, cider, Cheddar cheese, you've got to try them all surely. Treats that you will only find in the South West, but will you put the jam or cream on first?
Discover the tales of the land
Myths and legends cover the whole of Britain. Agglestone Rock, also known as the Devil's Anvil is said to be a rock thrown by the devil from The Needles on the Isle of Wight, intended to hit Corfe Castle, Bindon Abbey or Salisbury Castle.
You're never far away from a good cup of tea
And if all that's worn you out, at the end of it all, you're never far away from a decent cup of tea. You don't get that everywhere!