Surrounded by glorious, unspoilt landscapes, there is something for everyone in the Ribble Valley. From shopping and entertainment, to history filled family days out exploring the Ribble Valley's rich heritage and great places for food and drink, to walks in the countryside and quiet, idyllic villages just waiting to be explored, the Ribble Valley has hundreds of attractions waiting for you.
The bustling market town of Clitheroe is a Shoppinghaven and a dream to those who dislike mass-market produced goods. Brimming with individual shops and historic treasures you wouldn't usually find on your everyday high street, Clitheroe is the perfect place to pick up a gift for that tricky someone or simply a place to treat yourself from the eclectic range of shops on offer.
We are extremely lucky to have such a fantastic array of local Food and Drinksuppliers right here on our doorstep in the Ribble Valley. You can savour the fresh flavours of tempting treats and feasts as Clitheroe develops as Lancashire's Food Town and the annual Clitheroe Food Festival, which takes place in August, is a must-visit for foodie fanatics! Our Ribble Valley Food Trailwill guide you around our very best local food outlets as well as introduce you to come of our famous suppiers and
If being in the great outdoors is your thing the Ribble Valley has plenty to offer for cyclists of all abilities from gentle cycle routes that take you down quiet country lanes to the challenging Forest of Bowland which offers fantastic mountain biking for the more experienced rider. There is walking aplenty including the Ribble Way, a 70 mile (113km) waymarked walk that follows the course of the River Ribble as it winds its way through the area from its source at Ribblehead to the estuary at Preston.
And for those who prefer life at a slower pace, pack up a picnic full of local produce and relax on the banks of the River Ribble with friends and family. You could even have a little wander down part of the Ribble Way should the fancy take you.