Mystery surrounds this remarkable monument erected between 3,000 BC and 1,600 BC.
Visit the World Heritage site of Stonehenge and decide for yourself whether it was a place of sun-worship, a healing sanctuary, a burial site, a dragon breeding ground, or something different altogether.
The National Trust Village of Lacock is quintessentially English. Cottages and inns dating back to the 15th century form a breathtaking backdrop, much admired by film makers.
Lacock has starred in many film classics such as Pride and Prejudice to Harry Potter.
Castle Combe is a quintessentially English village within the Wiltshire Cotswolds often named as the ‘prettiest village in England.' Castle Combe has featured regularly on the big screen, most recently in The Wolf Man and Stephen Spielberg’s War Horse.
On the edge of the village is Castle Combe Circuit where drivers have the opportunity to test out different vehicles, drive your own car or motorbike around the circuit or tackle the Rally course.
Glastonbury is a small town associated with many myths and legends as well as the annual Glastonbury Festival.
Visit the ruins of the magnificent Glastonbury Abbey, connected with the legends of King Arthur or take in the stunning views from Glastonbury Tor.
Wells is England's smallest city, dominated by its magnificent Cathedral.
The mediaeval city has many beautiful buildings and cobbled streets as well as an open market place where open air markets take place twice weekly.Wookey Hole Caves and Glastonbury are also located nearby.
Avebury is the largest stone circle in Europe with around 100 stones forming a huge ring a quater of a mile across.
Originally erected 4,500 years ago, the Avebury landscape has been designated as a World Heritage site.