Oh We do like to be Beside the Seaside on UK Caravan Holidays!

UK caravan holidays by the seaside
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There are thousands of families, couples and groups of friends who choose UK caravan holidays for their annual breaks. One of the main reasons is so they can affordably holiday beside the sea.

The locations where caravan holiday parks can be found in Britain allow people to enjoy invigorating beach walks; visit the many wildlife habitats near to the shoreline and to take in the stunning views along the varied coastlines. Most provide fun-filled holidays for all the family with plenty of activities, both on site and off site.

Rent My Caravan offers an amazing, range of static caravans for hire in a widespread radius of locations throughout the United Kingdom, including England Ireland and Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Wight, many of them in stunning seaside resorts.

The most prized places to live by the sea have been registered by Savills Estate Agents, including the more traditional seaside towns and the up and coming coastal resorts. It’s not surprising that they are also highly popular places to take UK caravan holidays.

The Most Expensive Seaside Towns
The first place award went to Salcombe in Devon. Runners-up were Bosham, West Sussex, Topsham in Devon, Aldeburgh in Suffolk and Padstow in Cornwall.

Salcombe –boasts two fantastic beaches, the North Sands and the South Sands. The town exudes West Country charm and character. Proclaimed an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, all set in a stunning natural environment, there is a network of ferries to transport you to many of the local beaches that offer fantastic bathing opportunities.

Developing Prime Coastal Hotspots
Budding prime seaside hotspots included Portslade, Peacehaven and Shoreham in Sussex, which are all desired locations that people who would love to live in nearby Brighton but can’t afford, choose to live.

Portslade-by-Sea – known as the Brighton and Hove region, spans the Shoreham harbour. Portslade town provides the boundary with West Sussex, having a footpath from the seafront up to the South Downs, as a dividing line.

Traditional Seaside Resorts
Everyone loves a traditional seaside resort with the favourites being Broadstairs in Kent and Southend-on-Sea in Essex.

Broadstairs – Exciting cliff top walks to Margate and Ramsgate, a charming range of independent shops in the old-style High Street and stunning, Blue Flag, award-winning, sandy beaches.

Southend-on-Sea – A staggering seven miles of coastline, the World famous Pier and popular fountains on City Beach. Family attractions include Adventure Island fun-park, a mile-long railway and a SeaLife Adventure.

Tourism is a major part of the British economy. By spending your money on UK caravan holidays you will contribute to so many local businesses, such as when you rent a caravan, hire a deck-chair, have a meal in a restaurant; hire a surfboard or a kayak or buy an ice cream.  Every purchase helps in these seaside resorts.