England, part 1

England is often subdivided into three parts: the South, the Midlands and the North. The South. The landscape is varied. The climate is warmer than in the other areas. There are hundreds of miles of sea coast which vary from flat, sandy or stony beaches to high rocky cliffs. The mild and sunny climate makes the south coast popular with holiday-makers. Some coastal resorts are famous, Brighton among them.
Somerset, Devon and Cornwall are rural counties, tucked away with hidden fishing hamlets and Britain’s warmest weather in winter. There are high, bare hills, rock and deep wooded vaiieys. Inland, the landscape is gentle and green; it is famous for its fertile farmland, the calm, tranquil and quiet beauty of its countryside.
One of the most beautiful counties in the South of England is certainly Kent. It is known as the Garden of England, because it is famous for its picturesque orchards which produce a lot of fruit and vegetables.
Another area which has some of the richest farmland in the country is known as the Fens and lies to the east of Cambridge.
This land was drained and now the Fen Country consists of miles of flat land with almost no trees or hedges.



England, part 1