Choosing a holiday park on an island gives that added feeling of getting away from it all - a complete break away from the busy mainland. It come as a surprise that there are over 6,000 islands dotted around the UK coast but the majority in Scottish waters. Most of the islands are uninhabited but of the ones that aren't, the most popular for holiday parks are....
Guernsey sits off the Normandy coast and is one of the 8 inhabited Channel Islands. Its a very popular holiday destination with excellent beaches such as Cobo Bay and towering coastal cliffs. There are over 20 camping and holiday parks across the island with many being coastal with easy access to the beaches. Apart from the beautiful beaches, Guernsey has plenty of other things to see and do including visiting the sister islands of Sark, Herm, Alderney and Lihou. The journey time to any of these islands takes less than 1 hour by ferry.
Isle of Mull
The Isle of Mull sits off the west coast of Scotland opposite the mainland area of Argyll and Bute and the second-largest island of the Inner Hebrides. There are many camping sites and holiday parks to choose from ranging from beachside locations to country retreats. Mull is reached by taking the ferry from Oban with the crossing taking around 45 minutes.
One of the top attractions is the island capital, Tobermory. Th emain street with its colourful buildings, curves around the port you'll find plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants.