We recommend you visit some of these stunning lakes in your motorhome on your next motorhome retreat. If you do not have your own motorhome then you can hire a motorhome from Priory Renta

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Lakes In France

Lake Annecy

When you hire a motorhome from Priory Rentals we allow you to travel anywhere across Europe. This allows you to visit one of our favourite lakes. Lake Annecy pretty much has everything you would want from a lake resort. It has idyllic mountain scenery, fresh alpine air, icy blue waters and plenty of gorgeous towns to explore. It also makes a great base to explore the rest of the beautiful Savoie region.

Lake Geneva

Not far from Lake Annecy is easily one of the most famous lakes in Europe is Lake Geneva. It’s also one of the largest lakes on the continent spanning both France and Switzerland. The lake itself is located below the beautiful Alps. Its known for its icy blue waters, crescent shape and the many attractive villages nearby.

Lakes In Italy

Lake Garda

Lake Garda is definitely up there as one of the romantic destinations in Europe. You can’t go wrong with a beautiful mountain lake flanked by impossibly gorgeous villages? Each of the lake-side communities are very different from the next and range from a historic town dominated by a medieval castle to a picturesque village brimming with flowers and pastel-coloured houses.

Lakes In Britain

Lake Wastwater

Depending on how far you wish to travel on your motorhome holiday, this could be the lake for you. England’s largest national park is home to a large number of beautiful lakes. Wastwater lake was once voted Britain’s favourite view. It’s hemmed in by some of the highest peaks in England and surrounded by impressive scenery. We would say it’s worth the effort to get to.

Lakes of Killarney Ireland

If you want to find some of the country’s most beautiful scenery head for the Lakes of Killarney. It is a renowned scenic attraction which consist of three lakes. Lough Leane, Muckross Lake and Upper Lake. History fans will also be kept busy with the surrounding Ross Castle, Muckross Abbey and Muckross House.

Lakes In Switzerland

Lake Lucerne

Located in central Switzerland and encircled by gorgeous mountains and Alpine towns, Lake Lucerne is said to be reminiscent of Norway’s fjords but with a milder climate! Also explore Lucerne city itself (located on the lake shores). The old town is filled with historic buildings, painted facades and narrow cobbled streets lined with shops selling traditional Swiss goods.

Lakes In Croatia

 

Plitvice Lakes

This is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe. Known throughout Europe for its extraordinary unspoilt beauty, its woody hills are home to sixteen turquoise lakes that are connected by waterfalls and cascades. Wildlife fans are also in their element here, it’s one of the few places in Europe where bears and wolves still roam. Also expect to see deer, wild boar and a huge variety of birds.

Lakes In Germany

Konigsee Lake

Located in the southeastern portion of Germany and on the border’s of Austria, is the beautiful Lake Königssee. This is Germany’s deepest and cleanest lake. This area has been used for outdoor recreation for centuries. In keeping with its pure and natural surroundings only electric-powered passenger ships, rowing and pedal boats have been permitted on the lake since 1909. If your looking for a stunning lake with some history this is the lake for you.

Lakes In Austria

Hallstattersee

This beautiful Austrian lake enjoys a relaxed atmosphere as it’s surrounded by huge mountains. Lake Hallstatt is located at the heart of the Salzkammergut region. This was once where Celtic tribes settled some 4000 years ago. Today it’s an extremely photogenic place with mirrored waters surrounded by steep cliffs and typically attractive Austrian villages. This again is another great lake with some iconic history.

Lakes In Iceland

Kerid Crater Lake, Iceland

Iceland is famous for its crater lakes, but one of the most visited and attractive is Kerid. You wont want to park your motorhome too close as it is a volcanic crater lake. It’s located in the Grímsnes area in south Iceland. Like many of Iceland’s attractions, it’s a pretty surreal sight. The lake itself has a brilliant aquamarine colour and the surrounding steep barren walls gives it an almost lunar-esque feel.

Hire A Motorhome Today

With picturesque scenery and peace guaranteed, make sure you hire a motorhome from Priory Rentals for your next retreat. Remember to always book in advance. That way you are less likely to avoid any disappoint.We now also have motorhomes for sale so if you are looking to purchase a motorhome take a look at the current ones on our site.