Britain’s favourite summer views

Low tide at Pedn Vounder Beach, South Cornwall on a bright June day.

Enjoying breathtaking views of the UK’s scenery is one of the huge benefits of owning a caravan or motorhome.

Many people will be heading off in their leisure vehicle this summer and heading for picture-perfect destinations, but which locations are favourites among Brits?

This is the question Park Leisure aimed to answer when it went out and canvassed opinion.

Pedn Vounder Beach, Cornwall

Taking the top spot, with 46 per cent of respondents choosing the stunning stretch of white sand and turquoise sea, was Pedn Vounder Beach in Cornwall.

Once a hidden gem located at the east end of the world-famous Porthcurno Beach, Pedn Vounder has now found fame and even featured as a location on the Poldark series.

Glencoe, Scotland

It’s not just coastal views that made the cut with the iconic Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands chosen by 15 per of the nation as their favourite view.

Situated in a dramatic valley, Glencoe offers wide-ranging scenery from steep peaks to a mirror-like lake and a selection of trails to explore it all on foot.

Summerleaze Beach, Cornwall

Think of the traditional seaside holiday and you’ll probably get an accurate picture of Summerleaze in Cornwall, with its beach huts and sea pool.

It’s suitable for surfing and has a number of amenities including a beach cafe, as well as being within walking distance of the centre of Bude.

Amble Harbour, Northumberland

Located on a promontory at the mouth of the River Coquet on the Northumberland coast, Amble is geographically pretty unique.

Its harbour is a seafood lover’s dream, with fish restaurants and shacks to enjoy the catch of the day at every turn.

Llanddwyn Island, North Wales

Caravanners and motorhomers visiting North Wales will find it hard not to be enchanted by Llanddwyn Island, as it’s said to be the place where the local patron saint of love makes romantic dreams come true.

The island dedicated to St Dwynwen is found just off the coast of Anglesey and is part of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

A spokesperson for Park Leisure, said: “The UK has so much to offer in terms of natural beauty and we want to be advocates for people getting out in nature during the summer months to enjoy it.

“Our parks are located close to many of these stunning landscapes so that visitors can make the most of the scenery then come back and enjoy a cosy holiday home.”