The Derbyshire Peak District
The beautiful county of Derbyshire makes up the vast majority of the Peak District National Park. It is roughly split into two parts: the White Peak to the south, comprising gently rolling slopes of lush pastureland, criss-crossed by ancient stone walls, and the Dark Peak to the north, characterised by wild, heather moorland and dark gritstone crags.
The towns and villages of the Derbyshire Peak District are as diverse as the landscape, but without exception they are characterful, pretty places, each with their own unique charm.
Click on the links below to find out more about the beautiful Towns and Villages of the Derbyshire Peak District.