The British Isles are one of the best places in the entire world for camping. The weather is mild, the scenery is absolutely stunning and there are thousands of amazing campsites stretching from Land’s End to the northernmost reaches of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands. Whether you’re searching for family getaways, forest finds, beach retreats or captivating castles, there really is something for everyone.
September offers an ideal window to explore Europe, as the summer crowds disperse, pleasant weather prevails, and the vibrant autumn hues begin to grace the landscapes. With milder temperatures, shorter queues at popular attractions, and a more authentic local experience, it's a prime month for an enriching European getaway.
The New Forest has remained largely unchanged for centuries, with ancient woodland and a unique natural environment preserved under Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Special Area of Conservation and Ramsar protections.
Every year, our friends at Lonely Planet publish the ultimate list of countries, regions and cities which they deem must-visits for the year ahead. We're excited that more of the destinations that we offer have been chosen to represent 2022's Best in Travel than ever before.
For making memories, having great experiences and relaxation you can't beat a good camping holiday. Whether you prefer a tent, caravan or motorhome, you can experience the best in an affordable way and without missing out on all of the holiday luxuries you want to enjoy.
Deeply ingrained in Britain's culture and history, the UK's UNESCO sites demonstrate pioneering Victorian industrial heritage and mining culture. In the south, Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast make up the share of natural sites.
Impressive landscapes, wild and windy mountains, stunning lochs and beautiful cities; Scotland has it all, making it the perfect place to take a camping trip. Wild camping is allowed, and the countryside is dotted with wonderful campsites in beautiful locations that have everything you could need for a lovely holiday in scenic Scotland.
One of the best things about choosing camping as a holiday is that you can make the holiday as big or small as you like! You can go on full two week holidays where you relax and explore to your heart's content day after day. But, you can also choose to have lots of shorter trips where you get away for a few days or even the weekend. This is the beauty of camping. Once you have your gear, you can holiday as many times as you like.
You don't have to go far to have a great holiday. There are lots of great holiday experiences to have right here in England. Choosing a camping staycation is becoming more and more popular, and it is easy to see why.
Holidays abroad are lovely and the perfect antidote to help you calm and relax, but you don't have to go far to benefit from a relaxing holiday. More and more people are choosing a staycation as an option for their holidays, especially this year whilst we get back on our feet after the pandemic.