You will find many scenic locations in Lancashire. It is known as the “Ribble Valley” to locals because of the river Ribble that flows through it. It is also known to be the wealthiest enclave in the North West of England, this place has the Michelin listed restaurants and the Bentley car dealership. This is not just a tourist hotspot in England, but if one if willing to relocate or spend life post-retirement at a peaceful place with breathtaking views, this is one place to look forward to. Don’t forget! The Ribble valley pubs are an attraction for all the people visiting here. They don’t only serve delectable cuisines from across the globe, they offer an ambience you can’t ever actually forget because the majority of the area has a green cover and pristine natural beauty takes your breath away. The best part is the forest of Bowland which is known to have stunning views with the velvet green valleys, heather-strewn moorland and the commanding fells.
This place is one timeless destination, or rather say time has come to a standstill here, because of the virginity of the place. The restaurants and eating joints are in abundance and offer local authentic food cooked by some super chefs using the freshest ingredients from Local produce. For the adventurous souls, the Ribble Valley has a lot of exciting activities like fishing, horse riding, cycling, walking and more.
There are many other events that happen in Lancashire from time to time such as the Autumn gift fair where people from all walks of life gather to shop for gifts, the festival of Bowland where the adventure enthusiasts can discover some of the beautiful valleys and woodlands, rivers and meadows accompanied by scrumptious food and the Clitheroe country market festival where you will find on display some of the local homegrown produce. But I would have to say eating out in Lancashire actually rocks!