UK has long been emerged as a popular tourist destination in Europe. This country comprises of various spectacular places of attractions. The most notable among them is Lancashire which was once one of the vital centers of Industrial Revolution in this country. There are many remarkable sightseeing spots in Lancashire but the most popular among them is Sunderland Point.
This picturesque spot is enclosed with salty marshes that lie between Morecambe and Lancaster. The place offers scenic view of the barren and rugged landscapes of Lake District and Lancashire Hills. From geographical point of view, this place occupies a strategic position in windswept peninsula as it is based between River Lune and the Morecambe Bay. It is a perfect place of hangout and relaxation with your partner during dusk hours.
This notable spot is also dotted with few rural settlements that form the southernmost point of the Peninsula. The place becomes accessible only during the low tide period because then you have the bright chance to use the single track road which otherwise become very much inaccessible during the period of high tide. The place occupies an important place in the history of UK.
During the period of 18th century, it was one of the busiest ports of this country. But with the emergence of adjacent ports of Lancashire, the popularity of this port had experienced steady decline. This place was once become the major hub of slave trade in UK and had been dominated by notorious groups of sailors who served as the major contributor of this worst trade. The place can also draw your admiration for hosts of Georgian buildings with other architectural monuments. The most notable among them is the grave of a black slave called Sambo.