Which of the UK’s best road trips came out on top?
ROAD vacations are a great way to see the country, and Britons are stayingcating in bigger numbers than ever before this year.
Road trippers in the United Kingdom are spoiled for choice.
Beautiful scenery and well-known attractions are all within driving distance, and vacationers are making the most of their summer staycation.
The top road trips are ranked across the country.
The country’s most popular road trip has been named.
Tempcover looked at the most popular road journeys around the UK and discovered which ones were the most popular.
The Great West Way came in first position.
The route between London and Bristol was by far the most popular road trip.
The Great West Way is a 125-mile tourist path that parallels the A4 and travels across the countryside on ancient routes.
Mourne Coastal Route was ranked second.
From Belfast to Newry, the Northern Ireland road trip takes you.
Road trippers may enjoy some of Ireland’s most picturesque scenery along the 102-mile route.
The South Downs Route came in third place.
From Eastbourne to Netley, the path follows the southern shore.
The 90-mile road trip from Eastbourne to Winchester begins on the A27.
“Driving holidays can be an adventure like no other, and it’s nice to know these gorgeous sites are right on our doorstep,” said Tempcover CEO Alan Inskip.
“Whether you’re exploring the country’s long winding roads or cruising along picturesque coastline roads, getting away from it all may be a truly life-changing experience.”
Yorkshire Dales – Airedale, Nidderdale to Wensleydale, and The Cambrian Way in Wales rounded out the top five most popular road excursions.
Yorkshire Moors and Coast placed in sixth place in the top ten.
Also notable English road journeys were Oxford to the Wye Valley and Snake Pass in the Peak District.
The Dragon’s Spine route in Wales was ranked eighth, while the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland was ninth.
England’s Great West Way is number one. 2 Northern Ireland’s Mourne Coastal Route 3 South Downs National Park, England Airedale, Nidderdale, and Wensleydale are four Yorkshire Dales in England. Wales’ Cambrian Way is number five. Yorkshire Moors and Coast (6 Yorkshire Moors and Coast, England) 7 England, from Oxford to the Wye Valley Wales, 8 The Dragon’s Spine 9 Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coast Snake Pass, Peak District, England, number ten