The most scenic UK EV charging locations for the Bank Holiday
Becky Mundie | 24/08/2022
The number of EV charging points in the UK grows every month - and some are in the most scenic locations. From Devon to Glasgow, there are many public charging points to choose from.
At a Glance
At the end of July 2022, Zap-Map reported a total of 33,281 charging points across the UK - which is a 35% increase since July 2021.
Go Ultra Low highlighted some of the best, most scenic and interesting EV charging locations in the UK. We’ve collected them for you.
At the end of July 2022, Zap-Map reported there to be a total of 33,281 charging points across the UK, across 20,336 charging locations. This represents a 35% increase in the number of charging devices since July 2021. And, according to their data, this number has grown four-fold from 6,500 back in 2016 – a number that is now easily reached and beaten in just a year, with 7,500 public charge points being added between 2020 and 2021.
From Devon to Glasgow, there are many public charging points to choose from – and many picturesque charging locations, at that.
Go Ultra Low highlighted some of the best, most scenic and interesting EV charging locations in the UK. We’ve listed some of those below.
Saint Leonards-on-sea, Hastings
Blythswood Square, Glasgow
Wooldown Holiday Cottages, Bude, Cornwall
Bryn Elltyd Eco Guesthouse, Wales
Route 303 Restaurant, Yarcombe, Devon
Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea
Looking for some day-out inspiration for this Bank Holiday? We’ve got you covered with UK destinations your EV can reach on a single charge.
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