Make your own
Many of the places mentioned here feature land art, a movement that developed in the 1960s and 1970s and which involves using the land itself to make art. Famous land artists include Andy Goldsworthy, Chris Drury and Richard Long, who memorably turned a walk into sculpture, simply by striding back and forth in a grassy field. And that is the joy of it – if you’ve ever added a stone to a cairn on a walk, arranged some pebbles on a beach, made a den in the woods, floated some flower heads on a pond or even simply mown the lawn, then you too have created land art. And if you can do all that without really thinking about it, just think what you could do if you tried.