Liverpool Monuments: Beatles, John Lennon leaning against the wall of the building which stands where the Cavern Club used to, in Matthew Street. The wall behind the statue is engraved with the names of all the artistes who appeared at the Cavern
Known as Waiahuakua, this is the second longest sea cave in the world, stretching 1,155ft. It is known as the Sacred Water Cave and as the Double Door cave – as it has both an entrance and an exit. Kayak tours run through the cave to allow visitors a close-up view of the caverns huge length. A fissure in the roof of the volcanic rock allows water to gush into the amazing cavern.
Fingal's Cave on Staffa - Its struture is unique. Nowhere else is there a sea-cave formed completely in hexagonally-jointed basalt. To this the size, the sounds, the colours, and the remarkable symmetry of this 227-foot cavern; and by Nature's gift of fractured columns forming a crude walkway just above high-water level, allowing exploring visitors to go far inside.
Cheddar Gorge, Cheddar. Britain's biggest gorge from the dramatic cliffs rising 450ft to the stunning stalactite caverns. This world-famous beauty spot is a National Nature Reserve, reveals many fascinating stories of our prehistoric ancestors, and is an international centre for caving and rock climbing.