Five scenic drives in the UK you can enjoy this summer

Summer is here, and it's the perfect time to hit the open road.

And when the sun is shining in the UK, there’s no place quite like it.

At Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental, we can help you enjoy the ultimate road trip this summer.

Whether you’re hiring a car for a family road trip or flying solo for a short getaway, we’re proud to offer expert vehicle hire to customers from all over the world.

With over 35 branches across the UK, we can also provide hourly hire and hassle-free online booking; we always aim to make our rental service as simple as possible for our customers.

Below, we’ve listed five scenic drives you can enjoy this summertime.

North Norfolk Coast: King’s Lynn to Cromer via the North Norfolk Coast

If you're searching for stunning coastline and breath-taking countryside views, then look no further. Situated on the east coast of England, North Norfolk has 45 miles of coastline that will make that road trip one to remember.

From Highlands to Coast: Glenshee to Banff portion

'Scotland's Route 66' or the NC500 as it's better known, is recognised as being one of the best road trips in the world.

Our advice is to embrace the lack of internet signal and savour every moment out on the road. When you're not driving, take lots of pictures of your adventure, but recognise when to stop and enjoy the moment without seeing it through a lens.

Dartmoor: Tavistock to Ashburton

Dartmoor is a unique place with its wild, open moorlands and deep river valleys. It's a place with a rich history and rare wildlife, which can make for quite the spot when driving.

Welsh Coast: Llŷn Peninsula to Fron Haul

If pretty beaches and quaint villages are your thing, then this is the route for you. The picturesque views will mean this road trip stays with you forever.

Jurassic Coast: Swanage to Weymouth

The Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO world heritage site, stretches 95 miles from Devon to Dorset and is one of the most popular destinations in the UK.

On top of the stunning scenery you'll enjoy while driving, there are plenty of museums to visit, or you could even go on the hunt for fossils!

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