Interested in a place to camp in the UK ? Moor Lane, Croyde, Devon : As new owners Benny and Lou are all too aware, surfers are an enthusiastic bunch (to put it mildly). Hours can pass as they scan the endless blue horizon for that elusive perfect wave. But Ocean Pitch is one of the few campsites in the area with direct beach views, meaning you can keep an eye on the surf and race down with your board just as the waves are breaking. And if you’re not here for the surf, it’s just as great being able to wake up and see the ocean each morning before you cook your breakfast sausages. The stunning Croyde Bay provides a perfect canvas for this unparalleled campsite masterpiece, and the site is on the coastal path, so it’s easy to reach the neighbouring beaches on foot.
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Dubbed one of ‘Britain’s top 5 coolest campsites,’ life at Catgill centres around the picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park. With around 50 grass pitches, all offering views of rolling hills where you can go walking, it’s also close to Bolton Abbey where you can explore the riverside paths. Further afield, Skipton offers boat trips along the canal and there’s an award winning fish and chip shop if you’ve tired of grilling sausages on the portable BBQ.
In Scotland’s wild northwest, the lochs cut deep inland and the mountains come down to the coast, then continue out to sea as islands. Set in this otherworldly landscape is Port a Bhaigh Campsite, slap bang on the shore and surrounded by grand peaks. From the site, walkers can stroll along the beach, or tackle a mountain such as nearby Stac Pollaidh (‘Stack Polly’), while sailors and kayakers can launch from the tiny harbour. Then everyone can round off the day with a drink on the deck of the nearby Am Fuaran Bar, overlooking the frequently sun-kissed Summer Isles.
Plush Tents Glamping, Sussex : Going off-grid doesn’t have to mean ditching comfort, as you’ll find out at Plush Tents. As the name suggests, punters can experience ‘the last word in luxury camping’, in yurts that are probably nicer – and bigger – than your flat. The location is a beautiful site tucked-away in the South Downs, and if you get bored of the on-site hammocks and hot tub (as if), you can always stroll down to the sea nearby or explore the rather lovely city of Chichester. Chapel Lane, East Ashling, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 9AW.