Where are you planning to travel this year? Whether you have a large motorhome or a small campervan, we’re all keen to hit the road as soon as we possibly can!
Of course, lockdown restrictions mean that it’s not necessarily going to be easy to travel far this year, so you might find yourself having to look closer to home.
But you shouldn’t let that bother you – here we’ve highlighted three fantastic destinations that you’re sure to love in 2021.
What’s more, if you’re travelling in the off-season, you’ll avoid the crowds – and you can save money if you have a CampingCard ACSI.
This traditional touring destination is a must-visit in 2021: from the rugged cliffs of the north, to the sandy coves of the south, you’re sure to find something here to love.
If you don’t fancy hitting the coast, head inland to visit picturesque and welcoming towns and villages, including Padstow, Penzance, Falmouth and more.
If you’d prefer to really get away from it all, why not aim for wild and remote Bodmin Moor?
Other places not to miss include the fishing villages of Mousehole and Mevagissy, as well as Tintagel and Land’s End.
And travelling in the low season really helps you make the most of your trip – your CampingCard ACSI will allow you to visit great sites for less!
Top Cornwall sites
- Tehidy Holiday Park (€20 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
- Beachside Holiday Park (€20 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
- Tencreek Holiday Park (€18 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
The Welsh county of Ceredigion is the perfect place to get away from it all – it has a stunning coast and is sparsely populated, so you can truly escape the crowds!
Ceredigion’s coast stretches for more than 50 miles, and along its shores you’ll find swathes of sandy beach.
If you’re really lucky, you might even be able to spot dolphins and porpoises around Cardigan Bay.
If you’d prefer to enjoy the hubbub of the county’s fantastic towns, you’ve some brilliant ones to choose from – whether you head for Aberystwyth (the cultural capital of Wales), Cardigan, Cenarth or Lampeter, you’re sure to receive a warm welcome and love your stay.
And don’t forget to pack your CampingCard ACSI, to be able to stay at some brilliant sites for less during the off-season!
Top Ceredigion sites
- Woodlands Caravan Park (€18 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
- Midfield Holiday & Residential Park (€20 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
We have our fingers crossed that travel restrictions abroad will be lifted later this year, and if so, a brilliant place to head is Brittany in France.
The most north-western region in France is perfect for a brilliant tour in which you can pack in lots of sightseeing!
Our top recommendation for the best attraction to see would be the 2700km coast – it’s stunningly beautiful and very wild in places!
Pointe du Raz is the most westerly part of the mainland, and definitely worth a visit.
Elsewhere in Brittany you should be sure to visit the walled city of St Malo, as well as the extraordinary standing stones of Carnac – which even predate Stonehenge.
The great news is that your CampingCard ACSI is accepted in France and beyond, so you can make fantastic savings in Brittany, too!
Top Brittany sites
- Campsite Le Neptune (€16 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
- Campsite Ar Kleguer (€18 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
- Campsite Les Druides (€20 per night with CampingCard ACSI*)
Travel further with CampingCard ACSI
No matter where you go in Europe, you can tour for less with your CampingCard ACSI!
Simply purchase the card for the season ahead – it costs from just €12.95, and you’ll be able to save up to 60% on an overnight stay during the off-season. Fixed nightly rates (of either €12, €14, €16, €18 or €20) mean that you can be sure exactly what you’ll pay before you visit.
There are more than 3000 sites that participate in the scheme, and there’s an accompanying app so you can quickly and easily book sites while you’re on the road.
For more on CampingCard ACSI, see the website.
* Check the Camping Card ACSI website for exact dates when price applies
Lockdown restrictions mean that it’s not necessarily going to be easy to travel far this year, so you might find yourself having to look closer to home