We’re all going on a summer holiday!
Despite the ever frosty weather conditions the days are (slowly but steadily) getting lighter and spring will be upon us before we know it. It’s the perfect time to start thinking about your summer holidays and if your caravan has been standing still over winter you’ll be eager to get it on the road again. Forward planning not only gives you something to look forward to but it also gives you plenty of time to secure your place in the best caravan parks and sort your motorhome insurance with www.safeguarduk.co.uk.
If you fancy a change to your normal retreat this year then we might have just what you’re looking for.
Anywhere in South West England is going to be a great caravanning holiday destination, not only is it that little bit warmer but you’re also likely to be close to the coast. Devon is a particular favourite destination due to its perfect mix of coastline and countryside. Not only can you chill out and spend your time exploring some of the most unspoilt natural beaches in Britain but there’s also plenty to keep you busy if you feel like an adventure.
From ancient castles and galleries to boat rides and adrenaline packed activities Devon provides something for everybody and what’s more is home to some of the best restaurants around for the foodies amongst us.
As well as hotels and B&Bs, Devon has an abundance of caravan parks to choose from so you’ll be spoilt for choice whatever you’re looking for! There are family friendly sites as well as sites for adults only and you can make your trip as luxurious or as frugal as you wish. If you’re after a budget vacation then a caravan holiday can be a perfect choice! Relative accommodation costs are lower too, so you can live almost self-sufficiently.
So with summer in site it’s time to start planning your holiday, after all we all need a little bit of motivation to help us through those January blues.
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Weather for Bury St Edmunds
Saturday 18 May 2013
Temperature: 7 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 8 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: North east