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world  United Kingdom-General

England – is famous for football, rugby, ale beer, Stonehenge and much more. The south of England is one of the prettiest landscapes of Europe. Moors, dramatic coast lines, lake districts. Scotland – is famous for kilts, whisky, lochs with the famous Loch Ness many castles which can be visited and golf. Wales – home of the Prince of Wales, picturesque valleys, castles, villages.

nature United Kingdom-Nature

Great Britian is ideal for hiking. Changing landscaped from soft hills, green valleys, steep cliffs to forests all you can find here. With the mild climate May to September are the best month to travel, but the weather can change very fast. Grey seals, bottlenose dolphins, harriers, nothern gannets, storm petrels and puffins can be seen.

camping United Kingdom-Camping

Campgrounds are available throughout the country. There are different kind of campgrounds: very basic with no facilities, with fresh water and electricity or “Full Hook-Up”:  electricity, fresh water, grey- and black water. Dumping: with a “Full Hook-Up” directly on the site, otherwise on the central dumping station of the campground or on central dumping stations in the city or at certain gas stations. Rates are approx. GBP 20-40. On the basic campgrounds in the nature the experience is outstanding. During high season, we recommend to pre reserve popular sites.


We have put together a selection of road suggestions, hopefully helping you to find the right itinerary to explore the United Kingdom easily and ideal with a motorhome, 4×4, campervan or rental car. Put your preferred date of departure and the system is generating automatically an offer for the selected itinerary.

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  • Cornwall at its best - 13 days - from/to London

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  • Fascination Scotland - 13 days - from/to Edinburgh

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  • Fascination Wales - 16 days - from/to London

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London – exciting and vivid –  Edinburgh – one of the prettiest cities in Europe – Glasgow – vibrant, full of contrasts – Manchester – with its impressive cathedral and alleys – Prestwick – first home of the Open Golf Championship