Most famously known for its landmark, Wiltshire is home to what is most probably the most famous prehistoric monument in the world – Stonehenge. The stone circle, erected in the Neolithic period baffles visitors and historians alike, who are still mystified by what it was built for. Some suggestions are a burial site or a place of worship, but we’ll leave the rest up to the imaginative caravanners who visit the area.
If Stonehenge isn’t enough of a draw for you to take your caravan to Wiltshire then maybe the 13th century Cathedral which boasts the tallest spire in Britain in Salisbury or the infamous Longleat Safari Park, which opened in 1966 and was the first drive-through safari park outside Africa and was the first stately home to open to the public, might be.
For those caravanners looking for a more subdued time away, Wiltshire is also known for its high down land, wide valleys and picturesque marl lake system, which happens to be the largest in the UK that borders Gloucestershire.