5 Best Motorhome Sites for Surfers
If you are a keen surfer, choosing to hire a Freedhome Luxury Motorhome Hire motorhome is a fab, low-cost way to pursue your hobby. Our RollerTeam motorhomes have a huge garage space, you can carry all your gear with ease.
Throwing your gear into the garage space of your motorhome and heading off into the sun has to be every surfer’s dream. With our wide range of motorhomes for rental, that dream doesn’t have to be out of reach.
Here’s our pick of UK surfing destinations to explore by Freedhome Luxury Motorhome.
#1. Polzeath, Cornwall
This classic Cornish surfing beach is everything you want from a Cornish beach. Rugged headlands, golden sand and great waves make Polzeath Beach one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall.
There’s a great family-friendly atmosphere on the Blue Flag beach. For novices, you’ll also find two surf schools where you can book lessons to get you and the family up on the board.
There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants nearby to choose from, plus one gorgeous campsite on the headland.
Find out more: https://magicseaweed.com/Polzeath-Surf-Guide/969/
#2. Llangennith, Gower Peninsular
Llangennith is the best surf spot on the beautiful Gower Peninsular in South Wales. The long sandy beach is an ideal place to learn in safety and boasts two surf schools.
This is Britain’s first area to be designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – and with good reason, so it’s well worth a visit even if surfing isn’t your thing.
There’s a host of outdoor activities on offer; from windsurfing, kitesurfing and buggy riding on the sands, to exploring the Welsh clifftop path, you can’t help but fall in love with LLangennith.
Camp at the Hillend Camping Park above the magnificent Rhossili Bay.
#3. Thurso, North-East Scotland
It may be cold, but the breakers here rival Hawaii – making Thurso a legendary UK surfing destination. The town also hosts the annual Scottish National Surfing Championships. In 2019, the event will take place between the 19th and 22nd of April.
Beginners can try the beaches of Bettyhill, Melvich and Dunnet which are equally beautiful but more suitable to less experienced surfers.
Scottish National Surfing Championships: http://thessf.com/2019/01/10/ssf-calendar/
#4. Pease Bay, Berwickshire
If you don’t have the time to make the trip all the way north to the breakers of Thurso, the Scottish borders offer an alternative, if less lively, surfing spot.
Pease Bay is close to the border with East Lothian near Cockburnspath, Cove and Dunglass. The fishing harbours at St Abbs and Eyemouth are also within easy driving distance and are known for being great seal watching spots.
The bay is dominated by a camping park, so you don’t have far to go to reach the beach. Or try the site at the neighbouring bay of Belhaven.
#5. Porth Neigwl/ Hell’s Mouth, Gwynedd
Just a couple of hours from our Radcliffe showrooms, this is one of the most renowned surf beaches in North Wales.
Porth Neigwl’s four miles of golden sand and rugged headlands are the epitome of North Wales charm. There are a host of outdoor activities to be enjoyed here, but the north end of the beach is most favoured by surfers. Be aware there can be strong undertows.
Escaping with your boards is easy in a motorhome. Visit our Radcliffe showrooms to view our wide selection of luxury motorhomes available for hire and kick start your 2019 surfing adventures.