11 England and Wales Spots You’ll Want To See
As summer approaches, plenty more lucky travellers will begin their campervan hire road. To help get you on your way, we have created this list of simply unmissable destinations to visit on your motorhome hire journey throughout England and Wales.
From the beautiful coast along the South of England to glorious national parks in Wales, we’ve got you covered. So let’s get into it…
Along the rugged Jurassic Coast, is Durdle Door, an arch sitting over the clear Dorset coastal waters. Stop off and search for fossils that are still being discovered today.
This secluded bay just north of Lands End in Cornwall is one of the best. Wide golden sands, harbour and art gallery, make it the perfect spot to spend the day without the crowds.
This English Heritage site will transport you back into the times of Lords and Ladies. Linked with the legend of King Arthur you can feel the stories of the past unfold as you walk through the Castle ruins. There is a 5-mile walk that will take you along the stunning cliff tops with spectacular views of the castle.
Whilst the beaches of Devon and Cornwall may be full, the equally impressive and expansive sandy beaches of the Gower Peninsula continue to have that remote feel. Perfect if you fancy catching some waves!
Forest of Dean
Straddling both England and Wales, the Forest of Dean is located on the Wye Valley. Whether you are looking for a paddleboarding or kayaking adventure, or a stroll through the ancient woods, this spot will have you connected back to nature in no time.
This idyllic village in the heart of Snowdonia is the perfect base to explore the national park. Two fantastic pubs and a campsite in the woods are just a 10-minute stroll into town.
Robin Hood Bay
Located on the North York Moors on the Heritage Coast, this historic fishing village is a wonderful spot to explore the surrounding area. Rockpools, cobbled streets and alleyways, coastal walks and national parks are on your doorstep.
Nestled between Manchester and Sheffield, the Peak District National Park is accessible to everyone. With its wild moorland and tranquil dales, you’ll find endless places to explore with your motorhome hire.
With 125 miles of waterways, the Norfolk Broads is a fantastic place to explore on foot, bike, kayak or paddleboard. Stop off at the many waterside pubs and watch the world pass you by.
There is an element of awe as you get the first glimpse of Cheddar Gorge, in Somerset. After the green rolling hills and stone walls, you are met with the dramatic crags and pinnacles of the gorge. No trip is complete without eating the best cheese sandwich around!
Located in the south to mid-Wales, the Brecon Beacons National Park is recognised as an International Dark Sky Reserve. After a day walking through the moorlands, make sure you spend an evening gazing at the stars.
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