1. Little Venice - Maida Vale in London
2. Tolsta Beach - Isle of Lewis in Scotland
3. The tropical rainforest inside the Eden Project of Cornwall
4. Ben Nevis - In the Grampian Mountains in the Scottish Highlands
Where you'll think you are: The Andes or Himalayas.
Where it actually is: The highest mountain in the British Isles, called Ben Nevis. It's part of the Grampian Mountain range in the Lochaber area of the Scottish Highlands, close to the town of Fort William. Ben Nevis is actually the highest point in 400 miles. The next higher point is clear over in the Scandinavian Mountains in Norway.
5. The sunken path to Clovelly in Devon
6. The Needles on the Isle of Wight
7. Minack Theatre in Cornwall
8. Cockington village in Devon
9. Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland
Where you'll think you are: Nowhere on this planet.
Where it actually is: On the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, near the town of Bushmills. The pillar-like basalt columns were formed during an intense period of volcanic activity over 50 million years ago.
10. Norfolk Lavender Fields near Heacham, England
11. Achmelvich Bay in Scotland
12. The Jurassic Coast in Devon
Where you'll think you are: Ha Long Bay in Vietnam.
Where it actually is: The English Channel. The cliffs, rocks, and spires of the Jurassic Coast aren't quite as impressive as the limestone karsts of Ha Long Bay, but they're still impressive nevertheless.
13. Porthmeor Beach in St Ives, Cornwall
14. Cheddar Gorge in Somerset, Egland
15. The Isle of Skye in Scotland
Where you'll think you are: The hills of New Zealand.
Where it actually is: Highland Scotland. Looking out over the green fields and craggy mountains of the Isle of Skye, you might think for a moment that you were in Gondor from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings, but you'd be wrong. Turns out you can get a little slice of Middle Earth right here in the United Kingdom.