Ferry from England to Isles of Scilly
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About England

The largest and most populous constituent country of the United Kingdom, England occupies most of the southern two-thirds of the island of Great Britain.

Until recently England was generally thought of as a gentle, fabled land freeze-framed sometime in the ‘30s, home of the post office, country pub and vicarage. It's now better known for vibrant cities with great nightlife and attractions, contrasted with green and pleasant countryside.
With intriguing cities, beautiful countryside, England has something for all tastes. From the essential glories of London, Stratford, Gloucester and York, to the quirky delights of Newcastle, Liverpool and Manchester, England’s cities are lively, buzzing places, where a love of nostalgia strains against a spirit of inventiveness.

Enjoy the unrivalled beauty of the Cotswolds and the Dales, but travel the byways of Northumberland, and church-laden Lincolnshire too. With time to spare, escape the tourist trails and wander over peaceful countryside, savour ‘real’ ale at a country pub, visit a traditional town market, or sample England’s ‘new-wave’ wines and a cosmopolitan cuisine that rivals any in the world.

England today is welcoming, friendly, fascinating and fun, where pomp and circumstance balance the often bizarre idiosyncrasies of its people, and a sense of humor is the passport to certain acceptance.

About Isles of Scilly

The Isles of Scilly make up the southernmost location in England, encompassing five inhabited islands called St Mary’s, St Agnes, Bryher, Tresco and St Martin’s, thirty five miles from the Cornish peninsula.

Despite their proximity to the mainland, the Scillies feel totally separate from England, characterised by Caribbean-style shorelines, glorious vineyards, turquoise seas and some of the lowest crime rates in the world. Throughout the islands, readily available are top-quality water sports, sumptuous seafood restaurants, a fully flourished arts culture and plenty of scenic walking routes. Family camping holidays and long boat trips are also popular choices, thanks to the islands’ isolated position and unspoiled landscape.

Travelling by ferry is by far the most affordable way of reaching the Isles of Scilly from England. Ferries depart Penzance in Cornwall half a dozen times a week, arriving in the port of St Mary’s in under three hours.

Ferries from England to Isles of Scilly

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