When planning ahead for your 2023 summer holiday, you’ll no doubt be weighing up the options of where you can make the best memories, whilst sticking to your budget.
These UK summer holidays are set in the perfect locations to help you make the most out of your break, wherever you decide to go. So, read on to explore the best bits of these top destinations!
With hundreds of sandy beaches, plenty of history and more cliffside walks than you’ll have time to explore, Cornwall is the ideal summer holiday location for the entire family – four legged friends included!
Visit Land’s End, make sand castles in St Ives, or even learn how to surf as you visit southwestern England. Marvel at Saint Michael’s Mount, explore botanical gardens like the Eden Project, and truly get swept away by a perfect escape to the Cornish coast.
Isle of Wight
If you fancy getting off the mainland and conveniently hopping over to an island just off the south coast of England, the Isle of Wight might be the place for you!
Just a two-hour ferry ride from London, you could escape to beautiful sandy beaches, discover a 19th century lighthouse, and explore the great outdoors like never before. Spot local wildlife, learn about dinosaur heritage, or even stargaze under some of the darkest skies in the UK – the Isle of Wight has something for everyone!
How about taking a trip to the Jurassic Coast? In Dorset, you’ll find plenty of cliffside walks where you can delve right into millions of years of geological history, discovering fossils and rock formations during your adventures.
Feast your eyes on the iconic ancient stone arch known as Durdle Door, visit the unique Old Harry Rocks, or even venture over to the Ape Rescue Centre, Monkey World. With beautifully carved out coves and sandy beaches, Dorset could open your eyes to a brand-new type of summer break.
You could opt to visit North Wales for your UK summer holiday, where you’ll find national parks, mountain ranges and an abundance of castles to explore. See where the ocean meets the countryside in this incredible blend of history, exploration and relaxation.
You could visit England’s smallest house, climb Mount Snowdon or even get stuck into the resort town of Llandudno. In North Wales, the world is your oyster.
Most famous for it’s Cathedral and castle, Lincolnshire is sure to offer you a summer break like no other!
There’s fun for the whole family at the Seal Sanctuary, with water parks that overlook the long coastline.Discover the array of shops, manor houses and tours to explore in the picturesque, historical city.
In Scotland, you’ll find the perfect combination of the great outdoors, fused with adventure, historical landmarks and discovery. You could visit some of the most iconic Harry Potter film locations, such as the magical Highlands.
Alongside glorious beaches and watersports, you could: venture into castles, ride a steam train to take in the views, go hiking, cycling, mountain biking, and even seek the fantastical Loch-ness monster with the entire family.
After a sneak-peak of just some of the greatest places to visit in the UK to make your 2023 summer holiday memorable, where will yoube travelling next?