One of the best ways of knowing when summer’s arrived is when music festivals are being held. The
UK is one of the best places in the world to go watch live music, and no festival experience would
be complete without camping. However, while camping at the festival site can be fun, maybe it’s
better and more convenient to go to the festival venue from nearby campsites and caravan parks
from pitchup.com, where you have more space and more things to do before the first act takes to
There are a number of benefits of staying at proper camping sites over camping at the festival itself.
One of those is the fact that you do not have to queue for ages to use some of the on-site facilities
such as toilets and shower rooms. Also, you have more space to roam, and campsites tend to be
much more peaceful than festival sites, which is handy if you want to get a good night’s sleep before
getting ready to go see the first act of the day.
The Isle of Wight is renowned for two festivals: Bestival, which takes place in September, and the
Isle of Wight Festival, which starts on the 21st June and finishes three days later. One site on the
island which is within easy reach of both sites is Ninham Country Holidays. Just half an hour away
from the Isle of Wight Festival and a 15-minute bus ride from Bestival, this site comes with plenty
of space and facilities which you may find to be thin on the ground at both festival sites. Showers, a
laundrette, a games room and Wi-Fi are just some of them.
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