One of the main reasons that people are inspired to embark on a touring holiday around England is the country’s stunning scenery. When considering a touring holiday, ensuring you have the freedom and convenience to explore one place to the next without compromising on comfort and facilities is key to a relaxing and stress free holiday!
So why not hire one of our Easicampers 4 berth campervans or 6 berth motorhomes from our Wigan depot on queen street, With your transport and accommodation in one, a campervan or motorhome is the perfect way to discover the most natural wonders in England at your leisure. Our range of fully equipped motorhomes for hire are available from our wigan depot.
To help you plan your outdoor adventure around England, we have put together 10 natural wonders you shouldn’t miss in 2016!
10. The Seven Sisters Cliffs
On an island with such a stunning and irregular coastline, cliffs are not an uncommon natural wonder to spot along your way. However, the 7 twin chalk hills along the English Channel deserve a place in our list. Less crowed than the White Cliffs of Dover, don’t miss the chance to see this wonderful view!
9. Sunken Path to Clovelly
Inaccessible by vehicles, park up your camper and take a stroll along this forest path to the fishing village of Covelly in Devon. It will probably be the most pleasant walk in your life!
8. Surprise View at the Peak District
The Surprise View lives up to its name. After a few days of adventure at the Peak District, take the A625 road to Sheffield and leave your camper at the car park. Hike up the trail through the moorland and, at the top, you will be amazed at the panoramic view over the Hope Valley.
7. Norfolk Lavender Fields
Let your campervan lead the way to East Anglia and wander around these 100 acre purple fields. With an oil distillery, gift shops and restaurants all closeby, Norfolk Lavender fields is perfect for a family day out!
6. Malham Cove
The land has sculpted a natural limestone amphitheatre close to the village of Malham, in North Yorkshire. 26 feet high, the top of the cove is an area of deeply eroded pavement, unique in the country! After your visit, stay at one of The Camping and Caravanning Club campsites located nearby. Locals say that even Harry Potter himself was seen camping around the cove.
5. Forest of Dean
A real Hidden gem and one of the last surviving ancient forest of Britain, this enchanted forest hosts 42 square miles of idyllic woodland and unique wildlife including deer and wild boar. Drive your camper or motorhome to Gloucestershire and hike around the park, refuelling with a nice picnic!
4. Durdle Door
Drive along the dramatic Jurassic Coast and stop by his world famous geological wonder. Park up your camper for a few hours, explore the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounding Durdle Door and, if the weather allows it, why not swim under the arch? The beach is recommended for its excellent water quality!
3. Broad sands
Located on the English Riviera in South Devon, this beautiful bay with sandy beaches and turquoise waters will make visitors think they are in Hawaii. Perfect for families, friends or couples, what about making sandcastles with the kids, paddle in the calm sea or take a stroll along the shore?
2. Gaping Gill
An unmistakable landmark on the slopes of the Ingle borough, this 322 feet pothole is the second largest natural cave shaft in the UK. The Fell Beck steam flows into the cave, creating this sight of unbelievable beauty.
1. Cheddar Gorge
Behind the wheel of your Camper or motorhome, you will be amazed at the views of this jaw-dropping road along with its steep ditches and twisting turns! Just relax and enjoy the drive, your campervan or motorhome is more than suitable for the road!
Want to discover these and the many others natural wonders that England hides? For more information and booking, please contact or wigan Easicampers on 01942 77 88 99.