What are 'The Cotswolds'?
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The Cotswolds is a range of limestone hills which stretch in a north easterly direction across the middle of England. A vast proportion of the land, over 80%, is agricultural.
The area is one of the most beautiful in England, known and loved by people across the world. The hills embrace mainly the County of Gloucestershire, part of Oxfordshire, and a small piece of both Worcestershire and Warwickshire. View a map of the Cotswolds on www.cotswoldsaonb.org.uk
The Cotswolds is a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' with characteristic stone walls and buildings, open skies, rolling grasslands, beech woods and captivating villages which makes it an outstanding English landscape - a landscape once experienced, never to be forgotten.
How can I find out more?
These sites have more detailed descriptions about towns, villages and the attractions that this region has to offer:www.cotswoldsaonb.com