Motorhome, Campervan & Caravan Hire In Tyne and Wear
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Tyne and Wear holidays have lots to offer and are ideal for caravan and RV holidays. Hire a caravan in Tyne and Wear to go sightseeing around Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland, Gateshead and South and North Tyneside – each of the five Tyne and Wear districts have plenty of activities and attractions to suit all holiday tastes.
At Newcastle upon Tyne, have a day visiting attractions like the Discovery Museum and the Laing Art Gallery, and visiting Newcastle’s Chinatown, one of only five in the UK. Sunderland’s attractions include the Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens and the seaside towns of Seaburn and Roker; while Gateshead is home to the Beamish Museum, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and the famous Angel of the North sculpture by the A1 motorway.
Leave time for North Shields and South Shields too, for birdwatching at Marsden Rock, visiting Souter Point lighthouse and seeing Tynemouth Castle on its rocky headland overlooking Tynemouth Pier. Two acclaimed Roman attractions are in this part of Tyne and Wear too: Arbeia Roman Fort & Museum at South Shields and Segedunum Roman Fort & Museum at Wallsend in North Shields.
There’s plenty of choice in where to stay in the region. Tyne and Wear caravan parks include campsites in South Shields, Rowlands Gill, Blaydon On Tyne; you could also opt for a stay by the coast at Whitley Bay, the former fishing and mining town with a two-mile long beach and the tidal St Mary's Island. Use the Camplify RV search
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