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Best Coastal Sites for Your Next Motorhome Trip
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Best Coastal Sites for Your Next Motorhome Trip

Sometimes the best holidays are spent by the beach, whether the sun is out or not. There’s something incredibly serene about being on the coast. If you have a motorhome, you’re in luck as you have the perfect opportunity to visit as many coasts in the UK as you please; no matter how far away they are! If you’re thinking of visiting the coast this year, here is just a little inspiration to get you started.

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Northumberland is an area many people may forget about, but it’s full of quaint villages and the coast! Home to Alnwick Castle, Hadrian’s Wall and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland is a place of natural beauty and history.

With more than 30 miles of beaches guarded by castles, you’ll be surprised at just how much there is to explore, even if the good weather isn’t always guaranteed! One particularly beautiful place in Northumberland is the village of Bamburgh. Full of sophisticated boutiques, restaurants and its own spectacular castle, Bamburgh is perfectly situated for a coastal getaway.


The south west of the UK is renowned for its coastal areas and is a must see for any avid traveller. Devon is packed full of medieval towns, fossil cliffs and harbours to explore. Home to 2 coastlines, there is something for everyone from watersports to a quiet family picnic.

Salcombe is surrounded by rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, with beautiful shops. Located right by the Knightsbridge Estuary, you can enjoy a family holiday or a quiet couple’s getaway.


Pembrokeshire, in the south west of Wales, is home to endless activities from boat trips to diving and everything in between. Offering the adventure of a lifetime, Pembrokeshire’s coastal path has been open since 1970 and offers 186 miles of breath-taking scenery.

For your perfect spot, choose Tenby. A picturesque seaside town, it’s complete with pastel coloured cottages. The town itself is full of cafes, shops and restaurants linked by cobbled streets.


Norfolk is home to 10 different beaches for you to take your pick. Idyllic but never too far from civilisation, the gently rolling countryside of Norfolk is full of beautiful scenery and so much to do.

The coastline of Norfolk is full of sites of outstanding natural beauty, providing the perfect environment for a family trip! Some of the most popular beaches include Wells-next-the-Sea and Horsey.

So, next time you’re looking for a coastal motorhome trip, consider one of these hidden gems in the UK!