Exploring the West Coast of England in a motorhome with Easicampers Blackburn can be a fantastic adventure. Here’s a suggested road trip itinerary with some beautiful places to visit and campsites to stay at:
Road Trip Itinerary:
Starting Point: Bristol
Stop 1: Bristol to Exmoor National Park
- Campsite: Exmoor House Caravan Club Site or Cloud Farm Campsite
Highlights: Explore the picturesque landscapes of Exmoor National Park, visit medieval Dunster Castle, and take a walk along the scenic coastline.
Stop 2: Exmoor National Park to North Devon Coast
- Campsite: Warcombe Farm Camping Park or Stowford Farm Meadows
Highlights: Enjoy the stunning beaches of Woolacombe, Croyde, and Saunton Sands. Visit the charming villages of Lynton and Lynmouth and take the cliff railway between the two.
Stop 3: North Devon Coast to Cornwall
- Campsite: Trevedra Farm or Tregurrian Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Highlights: Discover the mystical ruins of Tintagel Castle, explore the charming fishing village of Port Isaac (known from the TV series Doc Martin), and relax on the beautiful beaches of Newquay.
Stop 4: Cornwall to Land’s End
- Campsite: Trevedra Farm or Higher Treave Caravan and Camping Park
Highlights: Drive to Land’s End, the westernmost point of England. Explore the stunning cliffs and seascapes, visit the Minack Theatre, an open-air theatre carved into the granite cliff.
Stop 5: Land’s End to St. Ives
- Campsite: Ayr Holiday Park or Polmanter Touring Park
Highlights: Visit the artistic town of St. Ives, famous for its galleries, explore the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, and enjoy the beautiful beaches and coastal walks.
Stop 6: St. Ives to Dartmoor National Park
- Campsite: Woodland Springs Touring Park or Langstone Manor Holiday Park
Highlights: Explore the rugged landscape of Dartmoor National Park, visit the historic town of Tavistock, and see the iconic Dartmoor ponies roaming freely.
Stop 7: Dartmoor National Park back to Bristol
- Campsite: Riverside Caravan & Camping Park or Warleigh Lodge Farm
Highlights: Take a scenic drive back to Bristol, perhaps stopping at the market town of Chagford or Buckfast Abbey along the way.
Remember to check campsite availability and book in advance, especially during peak travel seasons. This route covers some of the most stunning and diverse landscapes along the West Coast of England, offering a mix of coastal beauty, cultural experiences, and natural wonders. Enjoy your road trip adventure!
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