As soon as you face the Bibury and walk between the Arlington Row stone houses, all covered with green ivy and full colorful flowers, it is certainly very difficult to disagree with this view.
Bibury is rightfully one of the most populated villages in the English province, famous for its medieval houses and the impressive natural landscape that surrounds it. It seems like I would say with a painting that does not lack anything.
Trails cross green hills and fields that lead to rivers with swans, picturesque cafes and traditional pubs, “promising” a unique experience of fun without exaggeration, and – most importantly – a charming “country” exudes this strange charm in every corner.
This is exactly the secret in Bibury, which makes it particularly popular with visitors who come here both in the hot summer months and the coldest winter days.
“Life is flowing calmly and here the past is always present,” say the residents. The first buildings appeared in the area in 1380 and retain to date all the features of the past.
A real treat is an early morning walk along the Coln River crossing the village as well as the famous Arlington Street, admiring the first rays of the sun falling on the rocks of the houses, giving a warm, bright glow.
Spring, summer, autumn or winter, all the seasons have something different to offer while staying in Bibury. Blooming flowers, green meadows with sheep, warm sunshine, the smell of leaves on the damp soil and the smoke from the chimneys in the sky and the bare trees, every “seasonal” picture has its beauty.
For all these reasons, and for many others who are invited to discover on their own, Bibury is not only an impressive destination but also a famous “protagonist” in several Hollywood movies.
Besides, with some bright lights, cameras and actors, the village just gained a little extra celebration. Nothing else. Because has all the rest, and the more …