Lake District Peninsulas
The unspoilt Peninsula region is steeped in history;
evidence of which can still be seen at Furness
Abbey, which dates back to 1124 and is said to be one of Cumbria’s
The area, which includes the most southerly tip
of Cumbria, is renowned for a number of its estuaries such as that
overlooking Morecambe Bay which is home to a wide variety of birdlife.
Inland are a number of historical market towns,
such as Cartmel, dominated by the
proud Church of St Mary and St Micheal.
Please choose a Cumbrian View by clicking the red
dots on the map or from the list above. Please note the map is for
reference only and is not to scale.