Ideas for a caravan touring holiday in Dorset

Going on a caravan touring holiday is a great idea, not only to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, but to get away from the usual holiday activities as well. A caravan holiday is ideal for a couple wanting some alone time, or a family, desperate for a break, but without the budget to spend for a week’s worth of hotel accommodation. A caravan holiday can be anything you want it to be, from slow-paced and relaxed, to one that is full of adventure.

If you have decided to go on a caravan touring holiday, you may want to heed what the experts have to say on the matter. The key to a successful holiday is to pick the right location.  Dorset has proven time and again to be an excellent place to head to on a caravan touring holiday. There are so many things to do in Dorset, and below are just some of them:

Be sure to visit the Bennetts Water Garden while in Dorset and take a look at the beautiful plants and wildlife that are found in abundance in this little oasis. The Benetts water garden is actually one of Dorset’s most popular attractions. It seems that visitors to the gardens are simply awestruck by the beauty that lies in about 6 acres worth of ponds. The garden also houses an astounding water lily collection, numbering up to 150 in different varieties. You will also adore the replica of the Monet Bridge that is originally located in France’s Giverny Gardens

If travelling with a group that live for the more active pursuits, then the Moors Valley country Park is a must see and a must stop. Spanning over 1000 acres, this forest and country park is a nature lover’s dream come true. Given the humungous space, visitors can rest assured that there will be plenty to do here, there are trails to explore, a golf centre, and even an adventure course for the very brave. Visitors can cap off an activity-filled day by dining at the resident restaurant, or by visiting the area’s country shop.

The last, and perhaps more important stop of any Dorset Caravan Holiday would be the beaches. It would be a shame not to spend a day lounging about in the sand, and working on your tans. There are three famous beaches in Dorset, namely the Hive Beach, West Bay Beach and Seatown beach. All of these beaches are caravan friendly, so there is really no need to worry. Of course, what else is there to do on a beach than to swim, or just lie back and relax, and a little exploring would be a really fun activity for families too.

A caravan touring holiday in Dorset will not only prove to be a pocket-friendly one, but it should also be one of your most unforgettable holidays. Get away from it all, and get the spirit of adventure going, Book a caravan tour for your family or friends and have a one of a kind holiday.