Seas the day in an automatic campervan rental – Part 2Posted on: July 23, 2017
This week we continue our look at the best beaches in Scotland to visit in a luxury campervan.
Cliad Beach, Isle of Coll in an automatic campervan rental
This is a nature lover’s paradise and when you go in a campervan, you won’t miss a thing. With stunning views over the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, the dunes of Cliad Beach are remote and quiet, with only the call of seabirds and the hypnotic lapping of the blue waters against the shore as your soundtrack. Coll is a Dark Skies area, which means there is no light pollution to get in the way of the breath-taking sunsets and night skies. Just step outside your luxury automatic campervan rental for the best view of the sky you might ever get! From Oban, the ferry to Coll takes 2.5 hours, and Cliad Beach can be reached from Arinagour.
Automatic campervan rental at Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris
Harris is famous for its spectacular beaches, and there is none more perfect in Scotland to visit in an automatic campervan rental, perhaps anywhere in the world, than Luskentyre Beach on the south west coast of Harris, voted one of Europe’s top islands. At high tide it is submerged under crystal clear waters, looking across to Taransay – made famous as the setting for BBC’s Castaway – and the mountains of north Harris. Accessible from a small single track road that arches across the north side of the bay, Luskentyre is fairly easy to reach with your campervan – go direct on the ferry from Uig on Skye or take the Ullapool ferry to Stornaway. Spend just one night here and the worries of the world will melt away- after all, you are on the edge of the world. But in a luxury campervan from Roseisle, you’ll have all the comforts of home while you walk on the wild side.