Top Beaches To Visit On A Motorhome Holiday

One of the joys of a motorhome holiday is having the chance to explore somewhere new – and with so much stunning coastline in the UK you’re spoilt for choice if you’re looking for a seaside escape.

But with so many options it can be hard to narrow it down, which is why this handy list from the Guardian might help. They have picked out the best beaches from around the UK and Europe based on reader tips.

If you don’t mind visiting beaches in slightly cooler weather, travelling to Achmelvich in Scotland could be a great option. The coastline is dotted with pristine white stands and the sea is a clear turquoise blue.

It’s a bit out of the way, but is a striking place to explore on foot, or on the water if you have a kayak or paddleboard in your camper van.

Head to the other end of the country and you could choose to take the 20-minute walk to get to Lansallos beach in Cornwall, which is just a short distance from well-known Polperro. According to Amanda Barton, it’s not very well known which means you may get this strip of sand all to yourself.

If you’re planning a trip to the Channel Islands, meanwhile, it’s worth taking the boat to Herm Island for the white sands and turquoise waters. Belvoir Bay was picked out as a particularly beautiful spot to visit.

For a range of stunning beaches, you could do worse than plan a break to Dorset – no fewer than three of the top ten beaches in the UK according to TripAdvisor are located in the county. Bournemouth beach took the number one spot, but Weymouth beach came in at number five on the list, while Hengistbury Head beach was in at number seven.

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