There is so much to see and do in Derbyshire, whatever your interests. Whether it is a day out or a short stay, entertaining the kids or a quiet time for the two of you can be sure that you will find what you seek in Derbyshire, a county in the East Midlands of England. For everyone, who wants to book a Peak District holidays, Derbyshire it is a perfect spot as the substantial portion of Peak District National Park lies within that area.
The Peak District National Park is the first national park in the British Isles. With the proximity to the main big cities in the northern England like Manchester and Sheffield, an estimated 22 million visitors per year, the Peak District is thought be the second most visited national park in the world (after Mount Fuji National Park in Japan).
The Park provides opportunities for many types of outdoor activities. The hikers will be delighted with an extensive network of public footpaths and numerous long distance trails as well as large open access areas. Some of the long distance trails, like the Tissington Trail and High Peak Trail, re-use former railway lines and are commonly popular among mountain bikers, horse riders, and cyclists. The grit stone outcrops such as Stanage Edge and the Roaches are recognised as some of the finest rock climbing sites in the world. The Peak District also offers activities for water lovers such as sailing, fishing, canoeing as well as a variety of water sports.
To fully enjoy the area, you should stay in one of the picturesque Peak District cottages that will add to the whole experience and allow you to experience what it is like to live in such a beautiful area like Peak District.