Summer Destinations In The UK

From the Scottish Highlands to sunny Devon the UK has some of the best staycation destinations in the world – with plenty to do for you and your family. Not only this, there is a variety of different styles of holidays you could choose, such as a motorhome trip, a forest escape or a luxury city break. Here are our top UK destinations for this summer that are definitely worth the visit. 

Pembrokeshire 

Pembrokeshire is one of the most beautiful areas of Wales, with seemingly endless views of the coastline and walking trails. Here you can find hidden coves, peaceful harbours, and even Britain’s smallest city St.Davids. Why not rent a motorhome and stay at a park close by, enjoying the peace and tranquillity that Wales has to offer? Make sure you try some seafood on your trip, as it is known for having some of the most delicious cuisines in the country. 

Scottish Highlands

One of the most iconic and remote destinations in the country, the Scottish highlands are a must-see on your travel bucket list. Visit the legendary Loch Ness, and pretend you are a Harry Potter character of the famous Jacobite Steam Train – an absolute must-do on any Scottish adventure. 

Peak District 

For those that love hiking and the great outdoors, why not plan a walking holiday in the peak district? With accessible routes for most, you do not have to be an experienced hiker to see the beautiful landscape that the Peaks have to offer. There are plenty of pubs to enjoy a hearty meal and beer in, as well as some great B&B’s to rest your head for the night. 

Isle of Sicily 

This is the Uk’s replica of the Maldives – comprising of white beaches that stretch for miles, with a variety of wildlife and luxury hotels in situ, there is something all the family can enjoy on a trip here. Sitting 28 miles off the coast of Cornwall, there are 140 isles to see and explore – with 5 currently inhabited. 

Devon 

From seeing wild ponies in Dartmoor National Park, to exploring the thriving music scene there is plenty to see and do in Devon. Well known for its creative music scene, it is an artist’s haven and is the home of a multitude of bands from all walks of life. Why not plan your trip around one of the many festivals, and experience the music scene firsthand for yourself.