The villages

22 THINGS TO DO IN POSITANO - Positano is a beautiful, little beach town in Italy, famous for its colorful buildings, excellent restaurants, and ideal location on the Amalfi Coast. The village of Positano is home to tiny, winding roads that run down to the sea and are lined with restaurants, shops, and cute boutique hotels such as Hotel Mericanto. By Vanessa Rivers for WeAreTravelGirls.com

20 Things To Do In Positano

Positano is a beautiful beach town in Italy, famous for its colorful buildings, excellent restaurants and ideal location on the Amalfi Coast!

The Village where Provence meets the Côte d’Azur / to view beautiful handcrafted door hardware visit > www.balticacustomhardware.com

The Village where Provence meets the Côte d’Azur// Beautiful door

King Arthur's Stone, Slaughter Bridge, Tintagel and Camelford, Cornwall, England (c.5 A.D.) The village of Slaughter Bridge is thought to be the location of Camlann, the site of Arthur's final battle, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth.

Camelot: discovering the legend of King Arthur around Britain

King Arthur's Stone, Slaughter Bridge, Tintagel and Camelford, Cornwall, England…

Corfe Castle overlooking the Bankes Arms Hotel in the village below.

Corfe Castle overlooking the Bankes Arms Hotel in the village below. Isle of Purbeck in the county of Dorset.

Above we show a vital photo of Boscastle, the village street, Cornwall.  This color photochrome print was made between 1890 and 1900 in Cornwall, England.

Above we show a vital photo of Boscastle, the village street, Cornwall. This color photochrome print was made between 1890 and 1900 in Cornwall, England-what a brilliant piece of history.

The beautiful village of Clovelly,  Devon UK. The whole estate including the village is owned by one family, no cars only donkeys to transport everything. Just the most wonderful, unspoilt and unique place a must see if you are ever in Devon

The beautiful village of Clovelly, Devon UK. The whole estate including the village is owned by one family, no cars only donkeys to transport everything. Just the most wonderful, unspoilt and unique place a must see if you are ever in Devon

Lulworth Cove  | ... section of the Jurassic Coast between Weymouth and Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove is a cove near the village of West Lulworth, on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in Dorset, southern England. The cove is one of the world's finest examples of such a landform.

Portofino and Cinque Terre might get all  the attention in this region of Italy but check into the village of Camogli to soak it all in at a slower pace.

Camogli Italy, the village hidden behind Portofino

Portofino and Cinque Terre might get all the attention in this region of Italy but check into the village of Camogli to soak it all in at a slower pace.

India | Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Hodka, located roughly 60km from Bhuj in the Kutch District  | © Kimberley Coole

Portrait of a woman from the Marwada Meghwal Harijan tribe wearing traditional clothing and a large golden wedding ring through her nose in the village of Hodka, located roughly from Bhuj in the Kutch District. By Kimberley Coole

Simone Isaksen and her boyfriend Per-Aksel live in the village of Storslett in northern Norway. Six years ago, when she bought her house, Simone saw the potential in the late 70s home. The house was a good deal, charming, centrally located and she was especially attracted to the big windows in the living room. This last feature is even more important when you live in an area where autumn is marked by rapidly shortening days, the wettest season of the year, and which includes the first half…

Simone Isaksen and her boyfriend Per-Aksel live in the village of Storslett in northern Norway. Six years ago, when she bought her house, Simone saw the potential in the late home. The house was a good deal, charming, centrally located and she was esp

Chysauster Village, Cornwall, is a late Iron Age and Romano-British village of courtyard houses, which is currently in the care of English Heritage. The village included eight to ten houses, each with its own internal courtyard. To the south east is the remains of a fogou, an underground structure of uncertain function.

Chysauster, An Ancient Cornish Village

Chysauster Village, Cornwall, is a late Iron Age and Romano-British village of courtyard houses, which is currently in the care of English Heritage. The village included eight to ten houses, each with its own internal courtyard. To the south east is the r

The Villager range from Arada Stoves are sturdy, reasonably priced steel stoves, with cast iron doors, flue spigots, grates etc.  All of the Villager Timeless Classic range of stoves are fire bricked lined for longevity. A traditional wood burning stove.   www.Stovesonline.co.uk

The Villager range from Arada Stoves are sturdy, reasonably priced steel stoves, with cast iron doors, flue spigots, grates etc. All of the Villager Timeless Classic range of stoves are fire bricked lined for longevity. A traditional wood burning stove.

Extracted from Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Contemporary  by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, published by Jacqui Small (£30)  The village of Lyons-la-Forêt, one of the most beautiful in Normandy,  revels in a surfeit of charming, seventeenth-century, half-timbered, pink  brick houses. Cyrille and Julie Viard’s plan was to reinterpret the genre –  adding a touch of industrial fantasy to the traditional charm.  In front of the wisteria-covered old farmhouse are metal chairs and a…

Books: Modern Retro by Caroline Clifton-Mogg

Industrial fantasy and traditional charm. Extracted from Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Contemporary by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, published by Jacqui Small

Crovie, krɪvi, UK, is a small village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, comprising a single row of houses. Crovie is situated on such a narrow ledge that cars have to be left at the south of the village. Crovie was established by crofters who had been moved off the land to make room for the landlord's sheep. The storm of 1953 washed away a number of structures and forced the residents to flee. Since then most of the buildings have been turned into holiday lets.

The road ends here - the village of Crovie in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK - (by MolloF).

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