If you’re thinking of going on holiday this summer, now is the perfect time to revive your disused caravan and get to the seaside. Being on the road is to have a certain freedom that you don’t get with other holidays, you can go anywhere that your heart desires.

We’re here to guide you to the best spots that Britain has to offer.

 

Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire

 

Voted the best beach in Britain by Good Holiday Guide, Barafundle Bay is truly a glorious and secluded location to help you escape the stress of day to day life.

There is no road access to the beach, the nearest car park (Stackpole Quay) is half a mile away and costs £5 per day, although it is free after 5:30 pm.

 

Kynance Cove, Cornwall

If you’re feeling adventurous head down to the blue seas of Kynance Cove, where at low tide you are able to explore the many caves and islands that the cove has to offer.

Because of its sheer beauty, and the fact that it is a national trust park, you can expect that it will be very busy during summer, so make sure to arrive early. Parking is available at the location.

 

Robin Hood’s Bay, Yorkshire

Do you like the atmosphere of seaside villages? Maybe try Robin Hood’s Bay, the picturesque village town has a wide range of cafes, pubs, restaurants and even a sandy beach.

There is parking located all around the village, and you can find things tosee and do on the website.



The Lake District, Cumbria

If you don’t want to go to the beach, consider going to the Lake District in Cumbria. The mountainous region is perfect for long hikes, adventure sports, clean air and peace.

The region is huge and parking is plentiful, you should have no problem finding somewhere to stay here.