Both Abbey Wood Caravan Club and Crystal Palace Caravan Club reside in leafy and affluent areas of South East London. Both caravan sites are recommended by the Caravan Club and offer rural retreats for those who want to explore London’s attractions outside of the bustling city. With frequent public transport and good railway connections, central London is reachable within the hour.......
Alternatively, areas such as Greenwich offer an abundance of events and attractions, including the National Maritime Museum, On Blackheath Festival and Greenwich Market. As well as Abbey Wood, Crystal Palace Caravan Club is ideally positioned for much admired annual events such as RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Wimbledon and the London Marathon. If you need a break from all of that sightseeing then Crystal Palace has a wide range of pubs, shops and restaurants plus an enormous park which still has visible ruins of the 1936 fire.
If you are seeking activities or looking for fascinating attractions, Central London’s most popular areas to explore are Covent Garden, South Bank and City of London. North London’s neighbourhoods consist of leafy Hampstead, vibrant Camden and Brixton, both with booming music scenes. For plenty of family fun areas such as Richmond, Hammersmith and Chiswick in West London are filled with parks, rivers and historic mansions. For the hipster vibe, East London offers a variety of trendy bars, restaurants and cafes in areas such as Shoreditch.
The English South Coast is the sunniest place in the UK, hosting iconic locations such as Stonehenge and Brighton Pavilion. With lush green countryside rolling on for miles and the striking coastline there are plenty of activities for walking and cyclists enthusiasts. There isn’t a shortage of great food and drink either, explore the best of British vineyards that rival even those found in France.
Southern England offers a wealth of activities. Explore the rich heritage of remarkable churches and cathedrals, incredible forts and historical mansions or discover some of the finest vineyards and breweries in the UK. For self-proclaimed shopaholics, enjoy some retail therapy at one of the many shopping centres. Bournemouth, Windsor and Southampton are among the most popular places to visit.
If you are feeling a bit adventurous, then make sure you visit British Airways i360 – the world’s tallest moving observation tower, suspended at 450ft in the air, overlooking the legendary Brighton beach. Other spectacular regions to visit include Kent – the Garden of England’s breathtaking landscape, castles and art galleries plus for those seeking activity just hop on a bike and amble along the countryside. Discover ancient landmarks of Oxford, some of the most famous in the UK.