In Gloucestershire, among the picturesque Cotswolds hills, lies one of the most beautiful villages in England, Bibury.
The nineteenth-century poet William Morris was captivated by her beauty.
In the past the population of Bibury surpassed 2,000 inhabitants, but today hardly 600 people live there.
However it receives a large number of tourists a year
The famous Bibury’s houses were built by weavers in the 17th century with limestone on walls and ceilings
Today the majority have been converted into guest houses, businesses or restaurants
Yet many locals still use these old residences as their own
Some of them, with lovely gardens open to the public
As well as the River Colne, a tributary of the Thames and its pond full of ducks and swans, not to mention the lush landscape that surrounds it and remains green all year round.not to mention the lush surrounding landscape that stays green all year round. … and colorful corners where to walk, …
… rest from the noise …… and enjoy a good book next to the sidewalk’s river
Bibury owns one of the largest rainbow trout farm in the country
And a surprising church annexed to an old cemetery
Do not forget to visit this beautiful village if you travel to England. You will not regret