The unspoiled fishing village of Ravenglass, a port since at least Roman times, offers the wonderful combination of Lake District scenery to one side, and the Irish Sea coast to the other. The coaches full of tourists don’t tend to penetrate this far into the National Park, making for a rather quieter experience for those who do make it. There are plenty of reasons to do so, however: striking through romantic scenery from the village to the hills is the narrow-gauge railway that once hauled iron, now passengers; the atmospheric remains of a Roman Bath-house can be seen here too. But mostly you’d probably choose the place for its peaceful beauty.

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