iscover the Shropshire Hills, a registered Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Amid the natural beauty of Shropshire, you’ll also find charming market towns, such as Church Stretton, Ludlow, Oswestry and Market Drayton. Pack up your motorhome, check out our extensive lists of Shropshire campsites and let your Midlands getaway begin!
The Forest of Bowland is a hidden natural treasure in the heart of rural North Yorkshire and Lancashire, consisting of 300 square miles of pristine uplands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A weekend spent off the beaten track in Bowland promises to refresh and reconnect visitors with a richly diverse natural landscape.
Hungary is a country of stunning architecture, natural delights (like Europe’s biggest continental lake and glorious hill ranges), exciting cities with world-renowned nightlife, thermal spas, delightful folk tradition and art, a complex political history, and unique gastronomy. There are so many reasons why a road trip through it is a lesser-known trip that all motorhome drivers should take.
The Amalfi Coast is Italy’s glittering Mediterranean gift to aesthetes and adventure-seekers alike. Along this 50km stretch of UNESCO World Heritage coastline, mountains plunge into the sea in a dizzying vertical scene of rocky crags. Colourful hotels with quintessential vaulted roofs cling to cliffs, and lush woodland bursts across the hilltops.
In our lives, we have few experiences that both captivate us and relax us at the same time. Driving through Tuscany’s countryside, with its dazzling charm and rustic appeal, does just that. We’ve planned the ideal road trip, which dips into all aspects of the Tuscan spirit, from renaissance cities to heritage vineyards, iconic countryside to national parks, thermal baths to sandy beaches and empty coves.
If you’re going to visit the North Pennines, you’ve got to do it right, and nothing beats camping in the North Pennines. Pitch your motorhome on one of these seven North Pennine campsites, and then spend your days exploring this luscious area. But be warned, you’ll find it difficult to leave, and you’ll never run out of places to see. This is one for your bucket list, but not one that you’ll easily tick off as completed!
Given how busy seaside destinations like Cornwall and Newcastle have become, it’s time to consider new places for a coastal getaway. Places like Southwold, which is a gem to be discovered on your next campervan holiday. Here are our six favourite motorhome sites in or near Southwold, with truly something for everything on the list!
One of the best ways to truly appreciate what Luxembourg has to offer is by taking your motorhome across the country to embark on an unforgettable trip. However, it can be quite overwhelming to figure out where to stay during your journey. But look no further, here are the top five campsites in Luxembourg!
The joy of road tripping in a motorhome definitely comes with being able to stop wherever you want and for as long as you like, depending on what grabs your attention. That being said, when you’re doing the Fife Coastal Route drive, there are some must-sees and do’s. So, we’ve compiled them into a handy itinerary with a map so that you can plan your trip up Scotland’s east coast!
One of the most popular destinations in Scotland, the Isle of Skye is definitely one to include on your next road trip in Scotland. It is renowned for its scenery and landscapes that will literally take your breath away. The Isle of Skye is the perfect motorhome holiday destination, as the gorgeous routes make the journey the best part! There are plenty of campervan sites on the Isle of Skye, but always be sure to check whether they accept motorhomes or are even accessible to them!
The South Downs National Park is the newest member of the UK National Parks, made official in 2010. But the concept of a national park in the South Downs can be traced as far back as 1929, so you could say that it was a long time coming! Best explored by motorhome, here are the best campsites for your visit.
A road trip through Greece is a must-do for any campervan driver. It’s easily accessible via a few day’s drive south-east from central Europe or a ferry from Italy or Spain. You’ll find yourself in the cradle of Western civilisation, with all its tumultuous history, sacred sites and spectacular scenery, not to mention innumerable gastronomic delights!
A little way inland from the summertime buzz of France’s Atlantic coast, camping in Bordeaux is an ideal way to experience warmer months in France’s Southwest. Just a day’s drive down from the ferry terminals in the north-west, it’s ideal in so many ways; for its weather, natural setting, gastronomy, culture, and idyllic rural areas steeped in history and a rich, wine-making tradition.
The Lake District is a huge expanse of untamed natural beauty in Cumbria. It’s home to England’s highest mountain and deepest lakes, carved out of volcanic rock by glaciers, tens of thousands of years ago. We’ve got a day-by-day Lake District road trip itinerary ready for you, including some wild, windswept walks and epic driving routes.
Right on the border, Galloway marks the entrance to Scotland and does so with stunning nature, incredible wildlife and plenty of things to do. Everyone needs to visit Galloway once in their life, whether you’re coming from the north or south. But be warned, one trip will never be enough, as many end up becoming recurring guests of Galloway. So let’s take a look at the five best campsites in Galloway.