Living on the road, you have to be accountable for the daily management of your toilet, waste, and water. Whilst this sounds tedious - you’re taking off to get away from everyday responsibilites, right? - these don’t have to be dreaded tasks. Motorhome toilets can be surprisingly low-fuss, if you install them, hook them up and maintain them properly. With this guide, you’ll find out how to do all that, so that your time on the road is a convenient, comfy breeze!
A little way inland from the summertime buzz of France’s Atlantic coast, camping in Bordeaux is an ideal way to experience warmer months in France’s Southwest. Just a day’s drive down from the ferry terminals in the north-west, it’s ideal in so many ways; for its weather, natural setting, gastronomy, culture, and idyllic rural areas steeped in history and a rich, wine-making tradition.
The Lake District is a huge expanse of untamed natural beauty in Cumbria. It’s home to England’s highest mountain and deepest lakes, carved out of volcanic rock by glaciers, tens of thousands of years ago. We’ve got a day-by-day Lake District road trip itinerary ready for you, including some wild, windswept walks and epic driving routes.
Right on the border, Galloway marks the entrance to Scotland and does so with stunning nature, incredible wildlife and plenty of things to do. Everyone needs to visit Galloway once in their life, whether you’re coming from the north or south. But be warned, one trip will never be enough, as many end up becoming recurring guests of Galloway. So let’s take a look at the five best campsites in Galloway.
Welcome to Ireland’s west coast, where land meets sea in a remarkable union of natural beauty and mystery. It’s also home to the world’s longest coastal route, the Wild Atlantic Way. Motorhome travellers have been traversing the boundary of Ireland’s outermost peninsulas for as long as motorhomes have had wheels. This drive is up there with the world’s best coastal road trips, and here's a full itinerary for it!
Believe it or not, the UK’s best overall climate, with the lowest rainfall and hottest summers, is found in the Breckland district of Norfolk. Also known as the Brecks, this is an area of outstanding natural diversity, with wildlife habitats ranging from sand dunes to ancient heathland, to coniferous forest. Check out the best campsites in this gorgeous area!
Jersey is only 5 miles long and 9 miles wide. So, yes, it’s possible to drive around in a day. But why would you want to? As well as its selection of fantastic motorhome campsites, Jersey is a luscious little island, full of gorgeous bays and beaches that wouldn’t look out of place in the Caribbean. There may only be a handful of motorhome sites in Jersey, but each is unique and offers its own experience of the island. Read on to find out our favourites!
To new or even seasoned motorhome owners, the eventuality of your vehicle being stolen might seem unlikely. Sadly, motorhome theft does happen, and increasingly so. Read this to find out how you can ensure that a would-be thief takes one look at your motorhome and decides, nope, it’s not worth the risk!
Like many European countries, Spain has a number of toll roads crisscrossing the country. The system in place is quite easy to navigate, if you know where to look. And luckily for you, this blog post provides all the information you’ll need, alongside some useful tips and tricks about driving to Spain, and Spanish road signs!
Romantische Strasse (translating to Romantic Road) is the dream road trip across Southern Germany. Spanning roughly 400 kilometres and 16 towns, there is no doubt that this is one of Germany’s most beautiful routes. But worry not, this romantische strasse itinerary will provide all the details you need to make this an unforgettable motorhome road trip.