Devon is located between the Channel Sea and the Bristol Channel, it covers an area of 6,715 km2, making it the 4th largest county in England.
What you should not miss in Devon?
- Exeter and its cathedral, founded in 1050
- Plymouth, including its Barbican, one of the few parts of the city to escape the bombings of the Second World War
- Barnstaple, for its eponymous Castle, St Anne’s Chapel and Pannier Market and Butchers Row
Gloucestershire: where to locate it and what to see?
What is the first thing to do when you arrive in Gloucestershire for your language study trip to England? First, you learn how to pronounce the name of the county! Second, discover its cities and sites of interest.
What you should not miss in Gloucestershire?
- Badminton House, a country house that was home to the Dukes of Beaufort
- Berkeley Castle, whose origins date back to the 11th century
- Tewkesbury Abbey, an impressive Romanesque building
Enjoy a language trip to England to visit Wiltshire
The history of Wiltshire does not begin with the arrival of the Romans in 54 BC – far from it! The county is known for the richness of its archaeological heritage … and for many other things that one will be happy to discover during his trip.
What should not be missed in Wiltshire?
- Stonehenge, a megalithic monument with some of the most famous tourist and prehistoric sites on the planet
- Salisbury, English city enjoying the status of City and famous for its cathedral of Gothic architecture
A trip to the UK in the heart of Somerset
Poor Taunton: Although the city is the official capital of Somerset, it is largely eclipsed by other towns in the county, which enjoy an even more international aura…
What you should not miss in Somerset?
- The city of Bath, an actress of prestige made in England, awarded by UNESCO through its famous World Heritage list, and representing one of the most impressive vestiges of the Roman presence in Britain
- Glastonbury, a city that has gone down in history to host, each year, one of Europe’s most popular music festivals
Cornwall: on the tip of England
On a language stay in England, they will be called by their original name: Cornwall. And to locate this county, nothing is simpler: it is the one that forms the tip south-west of the island!
What you should not miss in Cornwall?
- Land’s End, a picturesque site at the very end of Cornwall Point
- Saint Michael’s Mount, accessible at low tide by the road and at high tide by boat – not to be confused with our Mont Saint-Michel
- Truro, former large river port became small provincial town full of charm