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Exploring The UK By Campervan - 3 Stops Not To Miss


The UK is an amazing country to explore in a campervan; you will find yourself driving through beautiful counties, miles and miles of beaches, important historic buildings and of course the quintessential English countryside. Here are some of the places to pull over and explore in the UK.

DEVON

In Devon you will find places of Outstanding Natural Beauty and UNESCO World Heritage sites which are why you should stop over and pay tribute. Dartmoor National Park is awe-inspiring and it is easy to see why it has served as a background for many Hollywood Blockbuster movies. It is a wilderness of natural beauty where you can walk miles and miles without meeting a single soul. There are several attractions found on the moors including the Dartmoor Prison Museum, cycle along Drakes trail and wind up your day interacting with the friendly locals in the pubs and restaurants of the moors.

Pay a visit to the cities of Devon such as Plymouth which is hailed as the cultural centre of the UK and it is a melting point of history and the legendary tales of Sir Francis Drakeís bowling escapades. Its cobbled streets house everything from internationally recognized brands to local individual boutiques making it a shopaholicís paradise.

SCOTLAND

The greatest thing about a campervan is that you can explore Scotland at your very own time and paying attention to every single detail by just stepping on your brakes and pulling over. You enjoy an unbeatable sense of freedom as you explore romantic landscapes, mysterious locks and the ancient castles which Scotland is well known for.

Itís easy to rent a campervan in Scotland You can stop over at the cities in Scotland and explore the architecture, experience the daily hustle and bustle of the cities and take part in the nightlife of each of the cities you come across from Edinburgh to Glasgow.

You can take off to the serene environment of the famed Scottish island and ponder on the stunning landscapes of rolling hills and valleys. Be amazed by the spectacular wildlife and you can also camp in the wild for a different kind of experience.

SOMERSET

If you fancy a coastal drive then there is no better place to be than here. It is prides itself in its stunning coastline of Exmoor and boasts of Britainís greatest gorge. The dramatic coastline displays endless sandy beaches, beach resorts and a wide range of rural landscapes dotted with quaint villages and towns.

It is the birth place of the legend of King Arthur and there are many historical points of interests such as the Montacue House and the Wells Cathedral. You can stop over for one of the dynamic festivals or traverse the country sampling the delicious cuisines and have a taste of locally produced cheese and cider drinks.

The coastal scenery of Scotland is also breathtaking with sandy beaches, rugged towering cliffs, rich marine life and fantastic beach resorts. You can spend some time indulging in water sports or cruise the sea.

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Exploring The UK By Campervan - 3 Stops Not To Miss


The UK is an amazing country to explore in a campervan; you will find yourself driving through beautiful counties, miles and miles of beaches, important historic buildings and of course the quintessential English countryside.

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