From the white cliffs of Dover to the sweeping moorlands of Dartmoore, South England comes alive in spring. The area’s vast natural beauty is most welcoming in the vernal season, before crowds arrive in droves to commence their summer vacations. In these mellower months, the region’s charming cliff-perched villages are incredibly lush and relatively quiet. Visitors to the iconic Stonehenge can enjoy the monumental stones in a sea of green and breath in the fresh air in shared solitude with their loved one. Charming fishing villages like Port Isaac, worth a visit at any time of year, are especially fetching in spring, when long days lend sparkle to the water and extend into a long, magical twilight. Book a luxury tent on the sea or a stone cottage in the coastal cliffs to make the most of South England’s most charming season.