Minack Amphitheatre, England
The Odeon of Heroes in Atticus, Greece, will have hosted musical concerts back in the first few centuries AD.
While its British counterpart is not quite so old, the Minack Theatre in Cornwall is more than a match for the Greek Odeon of Heroes.
The west-country amphitheatre was built in the second half of the 20th-century, so there’s still plenty of history to take in while admiring the unbelievable view.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
Scotland is renowned for its breathtaking views, and while the Isle of Skye is beautiful in its own right, it is a great alternative to visiting Kirkjufell, Iceland.
These North Atlantic cousins are home to some of the world’s most incredible scenery, from unusual mountain formations to sweeping plains, and rugged coastlines to dramatic highlands.