5 Great Places To Stop On A Campervan Tour of the UK

Are you looking for an exciting weekend break or outdoor holiday in the United Kingdom? If so, then rent a campervan, and delve into the fascinating national treasures of the Great Britain on the road. As you take an adventurous road trip across the British Isles, you will be able to pay homage to some of their most celebrated landmarks and tourist attractions, such as the Windsor Castle, the Royal Opera House Tea Dances, Tower of London, Hadrian’s Wall, Giant’s Causeway and London Eye. As an added benefit, you will have a chance to unveil the off beaten paths and remote villages of this European utopia.

Choosing the best places to stop on a campervan tour in the UK, however, can be quite a tall order for any road tripper. From Northern Ireland to England, the United Kingdom is teeming with lovely destinations that are definitely worth swinging by, making it difficult for you to create a route for your road trip. Fortunately, this travel guide from Spaceships Rentals contains a handful of information that can help pick the best places to visit during your campervan expedition in the UK.

London

Vibrant, rackety and definitely multicultural, the city of London is a bustling metropolis with a flurry of frenetic energy, ideas and charming people. One of the most visited cities on the face of the earth, London has a plethora of attractions that can keep road trippers busy and entertained for a few days. For those who are fond of taking pictures of iconic landmarks, the city is buzzing with spectacular engineering wonders, such as the Tower of London, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace. Culture vultures and history buffs, meanwhile, will get a glimpse of the English history and culture, with its theaters and museums. To top it all off, the city has a host of amazing locations for outdoor camping and adventures.

Snowdonia National Park

Get a small slice of the famed Alps by making a stop at Snowdonia National Park. Tucked above the hills and rolling moors of North Wales, this national park truly creates a surreal experience, thanks to its steam railways, crystal clear waterfalls, beautiful castles and glassy lakes. One of the underrated tourist destinations in Europe, this national park allows you to get in touch with Mother Nature, and enjoy magnificent views of her masterpieces. What’s more, the park gives you an opportunity to hike, and enjoy other outdoor activities.

Yorkshire Dales

With its cascading waterfalls, lush hills, eyeful vistas and breathtaking landscapes, it is no wonder Brits love to make a long layover at the Yorkshire Dales. Besides its scenic beauty and laid-back Yorkshire charm, Yorkshire Dales also has great walking trails and numerous camping sites.

Cotswolds

Designated in 1966 as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Cotswolds is a picturesque destination known internationally for its alluring beauty, historic towns, stone villages, stunning towns and traditional wool churches. An epitome of a classic English landscape, Cotswolds also has astonishing campsites where can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as trekking, fishing, cycling and walking.

Loch Ness

Loch Ness has catapulted itself into the global limelight, after the infamous sighting of Nessie (Loch Ness monster) in 1934. Known as the world’s famous loch, hordes of people come to this place, hoping to catch a sight of this mythical creature.  While it is impossible to see this lake monster, there are a lot of special attractions you can enjoy in this Scottish destination, including the Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness River, Loch Ness Center & Exhibition, Caledonian Canal, and a whole lot more.