With the summer weather fast approaching, caravanning holidaymakers will soon hit the roads to make their perfect getaway.
- Wales gives you the incredible Trawsdir Touring Caravans and Camping Park
- Glen Nevis in the Highlands of Scotland offers a stunning break
- West Sussex is home to the UK’s best-rated caravan spot
Whether it’s a mini break or an extended stay away from home, these are the top three destinations to make your trip one to remember.
Trawsdir Touring Caravans and Camping Park, Barmouth, Wales
Located a few minutes’ drive north from picturesque Welsh seaside town of Barmouth, Trawsdir Touring Caravans and Camping Park
offers a life of beauty and luxury.
Nestling between the coast and hills, it’s akin to combining the Costa del Sol’s sandy shores with the foothills of the Swiss Alps. It’s easy to get lost in your awe of this secluded paradise.
The recent introduction of superfast Wi-Fi means entertainment is always on demand, and the nearby gastropub can offer solace if the weather decides to turn against you.
If you wanting to explore Wales this year, you won’t find a better spot.
Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park, Fort William, Scotland
If beach life isn’t your thing, however, the allure of Scotland’s breath-taking Highlands could be the thing.
The Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park
, close to Neptune’s Staircase on the Caledonian Canal, will blow you away.
The surrounding landscape is some of the most striking in the whole of the UK and, with your pitch in sight of Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in the British Isles, this is a real opportunity to be at one with nature.
Concierge Camping, Chichester, England
The sensational Concierge Camping
site in West Sussex is perfect if you’re looking for a destination that delivers a five-star service.
Named the AA’s Campsite of the Year for 2019
, this top-spec, all-amenity and peaceful corner of the world has everything you might need to make your break a memorable one.
A short drive away from historic cathedral city of Chichester, which dates back to the Romans, you can explore the nation’s storied past, relax and enjoy the glories of English summer, or even both.