CARAVAN HOLIDAY in the SUMMERTIME
The summer holidays are coming, and many families are thinking of where they want to go and what would be good for the children. With the uncertainty of Brexit, many families are thinking about staying at home and what better way to enjoy this great country by hooking up the caravan and heading off onto the road to visit some of the great areas and historic sites that the United Kingdom has to offer. Here are a few suggestions of where to go in the summer sun. Whether you're looking for a relaxing break or a thrill filled escape full of adventure, the UK has it covered.
Where to spend your summer break:
1. A Visit to the Motor Museum The British Motor Museum in Gaydon in the county of Warwickshire makes a great family day out. You’ll find famous cars from James Bond, The Thunderbirds and many more. The World's largest collection of Historic British cars can be found here and the motor museum has over 300 classic cars on display and also includes free tours and interactive family activities.
2. A Trip to the Beach For many people a trip to the seaside is their idea of a fantastic holiday, for some holidays just don’t feel right unless there is a beach nearby - while research has shown the seaside is good for us too. So, if you're looking for a camping break that will leave you feeling fresh, revitalised and healthy, then try camping near the coast and the UK has many great beaches to visit, including beaches in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset and if you feel like a longer expedition then why not try some of the fantastic beaches in the Western Isles, with their tropical looking white sand and clear blue sea, so blue in the sun you may think you are even in the Caribbean apart from the temperature that is. Many campsites are next to, or within easy access to the beach, offering the camper plenty of choice for when they choose their next coastal holiday.
3. Historic Castles: The UK is awash with lovely and breath-taking historic sites, from ruins to stately homes and medieval castles. Eilean Donan Castle near the Isle of Skye is one such place to visit. The home of the Macrae Clan, built in the 13th Century Castle and great place to explore and embark on a journey that will take you through time and history and with outstanding scenery all around for you to enjoy as it is located on a small tidal island where three sea lochs meet, Loch Duich, Loch Long and Loch Alsh.
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