Thu 14th June 2018 category - general Dunnet Bay Caravan Club Site Dunnet, Thurso, Highlands Dunnet Bay Club Site is ideal for walking expeditions and offers great nearby dog walking too. If you climb Dunnet Head you will be treated to magnificent views over the Pentland Firth to Orkney and a great part of the north coast to Ben Loyal and Ben Hope. To enjoy local restaurants as well as some retail therapy, a day trip over to Orkney from John O'Groats or Scrabster won't disappoint, in fact you can island-hop the string of islands by both boat and coach. If you're a keen birdwatcher, you can take a ferry trip around the Stacks of Duncansby to see a wealth of seabird life. Anglers are spoilt for choice with sea fishing by boat from Scrabster, fishing from the beach or freshwater fishing nearby. Sites of historic interest include the majestic Castle Mey and Mary Anne's Cottage, a museum detailing crofting life. Click here for more info.Pembrokeshire, St David's Lleithyr Meadow Club SiteNestled between three headlands of the dramatic Pembrokeshire Coast, St David's Lleithyr Meadow Club Site, offers swimming, surfing, windsurfing and sailing from Whitesands Bay, just over a mile away from the site. Anglers can fish in the reservoirs or the sea, while birdwatchers will stand mesmerised by the enormous range of birds that can be seen on the offshore range of islands. Dedicated to the outdoor lover, this caravan site positively encourages you to explore the rich, luscious surroundings.Click here for more info. Beadnell Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site, North East coast, Northumberland The magnificent dunes and golden sands of Beadnell Bay, just minutes from our campsite, are excellent for bird watching. Walkers too will enjoy beach walks to nearby Beadnell and Seahouses. Catch a boat from either to the beautiful Farne Islands where you will some more birdlife and colonies of seals. If you’re in to cycling the Coast and Castles and National Cycle Routes pass the site. Click here for more info. Dartmouth The South Hams offers a wonderful mix of coast, moorland and rolling hills and a range of activities to match from walking and cycling to sailing and surfing. For history lovers there are delights such as Totnes Castle and The South Devon Railway, while a range of arts and food festivals and sailing regattas will keep culture-vultures happy. Where better to base yourself to enjoy these delights than at our lovely Dartmouth Club campsite. Aptly named as the attractive harbour town is just a five-minute drive away, the site offer campers stunning sea views over Start Bay. Spacious pitches, a large camping field and family shower room are among the facilities on offer. There are beaches aplenty - Blackpool Sands is within walking distance – Slapton Sands, Torcross, Beesand Beach and Hall Sands are a short drive away. Click here for more info. Slapton Sands Camping and Caravanning Club Site Slapton Sands Club campsite has all the ingredients for the perfect family beach holiday. Located on the stunning South Devon Heritage Coast, Slapton Sands campsite commands a quiet, rural setting. Lined by trees and flanked by rolling countryside, this is the place to sit back and enjoy the views - some pitches enjoy fabulous views over the bay. The campsite is level and well set out with some hardstandings and plenty of grass pitches. There is a children’s play area, a parent and child room, washing up facilities and a short dog walk and the small on-site shop provides the basics. Click here for more info.