Planning a summer getaway but don’t want to break the bank?
There are few spots across the UK where you can enjoy wild camping without spending a penny, while most places require a nightly fee to put your tent up or park your vehicle and use their facilities.
The experts at Pitchup have you covered with their latest report identifying the cheapest spots in the UK to camp, glamp, tour or caravan at as the weather improves.
Over 60 per cent of Brits are looking forward to travelling again after years of lockdowns and restrictions due to the pandemic.
People are also more inclined to travel locally and reconnect with nature on their home ground rather than go overseas.
The report compared average nightly prices for camping, glamping, touring, and caravan pitch prices in 20 regions throughout the UK. Some of the results might surprise you.
According to their findings, the cheapest spot to pitch up was Northern Ireland, with an average price per night of £15.69.
If you’re looking for an affordable destination to take the family during the summer holidays – Northern Ireland’s rugged coastline and rolling, green countryside could be the perfect getaway location.
Plus, at 23 per cent cheaper than the average price per night across the UK – it’s a bargain!
Coming in second place is the East Midlands, which costs, on average, £15.73 per person per night. Home to numerous spots to pitch up your leisure vehicle or tent, there’s plenty on offer in this verdant region including the cities of Nottingham, Leicester and Lincoln.
Other affordable locations on the list include West Wales and Yorkshire and the Humber, which cost 15.87 and £16.27 respectively.
Although most of the destinations surveyed in the study were some of the UK’s top holiday destinations, the majority of locations cost, on average, less than £20 per night per person.
So if you’re looking for a bargain holiday in the glorious outdoors, why not take advantage of the breathtaking and affordable British countryside that’s right on your doorstep?
Take a look at the results of the full study in the infographic below and start thinking about which part of the UK you’d like to explore next.
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