3. Old Harry Rocks, Dorset
Named after a local pirate, Harry Kaye, this walk alongside the chalk formations is located at Handfast Point. It is also one of the best ways to take in the beauty of the Jurassic coast. Apart from the eye-catching geological formations, you can also expect to see poppies, scarlet pimpernels, pyramidal orchids, harebells and sheep’s bit if you visit during the spring or summer. While you are at it, see if you are able to spot the Chalkhill blue butterfly.