Summer is almost here. There’s never a better time than now to start planning your coastal camping trip.
Ste Wright | 2 min read
The summer is almost upon us. The thought of sitting around the campfire with friends or family, listening to the sound of the waves lapping the shore as the sun sets certainly has its lure. Here are five suggestions of places to camp this summer by the sea.
A small island off the Gwynedd coast in North Wales, accessible only at low tide is the ideal choice for friends and families to getaway. With its own private beach and great facilities, it’s easy to spend a whole weekend there without needing to leave the island.
With beautiful beaches, historic Harlech Castle and the fishing town of Barmouth nearby, Shell Island comes highly recommended.
Situated on the beautiful Gower near Swansea in South Wales, overlooking the bay and cliffs is Three Cliffs Bay Camping. With excellent sea views, beach access and luxury facilities, Three Cliffs is ideal for friends, family or a couple’s retreat. They also have a few glamping yurts to hire.
No British camping holiday is complete without a weekend away in beautiful Newquay in Cornwall. Porth Beach Holiday Park is a mere 150-yard stroll, with stunning sea views throughout the park. Ideal for families, the park is well equipped, boasting club house facilities, glamping pods, holiday cottages and pitches for tents and caravans.
Perched on England’s stunning Jurassic coast is Rosewall Camping. This modest campsite offers all the facilities you’d need, with beautiful coastal views towards the English Channel. Located 5 miles from Weymouth, this is the perfect retreat for friends, families and couples.