Wednesday 16th of May 2018
The predictably hottest holiday destinations for a staycation this year (in partnership with www.campsites.co.uk) are:
1. Isles of Scilly
You can choose from five campsites on the island, two on St. Mary’s and one on St. Agnes, Bryher and St. Martin’s. Some have their own beach, some are based on a farm, some are more exposed to the elements but offer incredible views; others are tucked away in secluded rural fields. Some offer bell tents; for you to go all out with a full glamping experience. Whichever you fancy, all of these campsites share an equal charm and beauty as well as a certain simplicity and tranquillity. On the Isles of Scilly, they’ve got camping fully covered!
If you’re after a holiday of sleeping under the stars, BBQs & beers, and really getting back to nature then camping in Penzance offers the ultimate laidback holiday choice. You can enjoy the simple pleasures of being part of the great outdoors, spending time with friends or family and cooking by the campfire. At Penzance campsites, you will pitch your tent or park your campervan in breathtaking locations perfect for exploring the coast, walking the beaches or ambling in the countryside. Not to mention you can always count on there being quality facilities because all of the sites listed at VisitCornwall have a standard to maintain.
3. St Ives
If you’re after an exquisite beach campsite in Cornwall, then St Ives will make the ideal setting for your camping or touring caravan holiday. Beachside Holiday Park, in St Ives Bay, has everything you need for the freedom of your own space by the sea along with all the practical holiday park and campsite amenities you need close by. They offer touring pitches for camper and caravans plus tents complete with electric hook-up points, as well as camping pitches ideal for tents without the need for electricity. As with most beach campsites in Cornwall, pitches must be booked in advance and include free use of up-to-date amenities such as temperature-adjustable hot showers, wash basins, WCs and an indoor dishwashing room. All other holiday park facilities are available, such as their outdoor heated swimming pool, shop, bar and games room. Beachside is a dog-free holiday park, to provide a safe and relaxing environment making it ideal for families and couples right at the beach in St Ives Bay, Cornwall. And to top it all off – free high-speed WiFi is available throughout the main complex – in the bar, shop, reception, launderette and around the outdoor swimming pool!
In case you’re missing the theme here – Cornwall certainly deserves its reputation as one of the UK’s most popular places to camp. The dramatic coastline, sandy beaches and cute seaside villages are a huge attraction, but there’s also wild inner moorlands that can’t be missed either. No trip down south would be complete without a visit to the Eden Project.
With almost 300 miles of coastline, Cornwall is naturally a water sports paradise and well-known as the surfing capital of the UK. Pretty much every water sport is on offer here – windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing, the list is endless. It’s a great place to go for some fun, whether you’re a seasoned surfer or just fancy one lesson! Festivals run throughout the summer or for a family-friendly day out, Newquay Zoo is one of the best around.
Devon has some of England’s best-kept beaches and an impressive coastline offering cream teas and scrumpy cider. Then, of course, there are two national parks, an endless number of delightful seaside villages, a perfect mild climate and friendly welcoming locals. What’s not to like? Book yourself a holiday to remember at one of the superb campsites in Devon.
From family days on some of the UK’s best beaches (Woolacombe is a regular award winner) to wild walks on the South West Coast Path and moorlands, there is plenty to keep all-comers amused while camping in Devon.
To hire any of our vans, campervans or motorhomes simply visit our website and browse our vehicles. You can also call up for a quote by dialling 0800 075 80 75! Happy Holidays!