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Camping and caravanning celebrate taking the road less-travelled, slowing down your pace of life – and of course enjoying local landscapes, food and drink. Whether you’re exploring the vineyards of Alsace, feasting on cataplana in the Algarve or planning an al fresco breakfast, camping is a fabulous way to get a true taste of the outdoors.

Tips for a Great Holiday in France

Peter Stannett | 24 Sep 2021

France is a fantastic place for a holiday. And if you take your tent, touring caravan or motorhome, it can be even better. If you don't have these, you could book a static caravan instead and holiday in some of the best regions and at some of the best campsites and caravan parks available.
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Camping At Festivals - Everything You need to know

Peter Stannett | 13 Aug 2021

When you head to a festival, whether it's a music festival or not, one thing is sure, you are likely to be camping! Camping and festivals are almost synonymous these days. You can't have one without the other. Whether or not you choose to camp when you visit your next festival, there are likely to be fields and fields of tents nearby full of festival-goers having a great time.
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9 Reasons to Love Camping in France

Alan Rogers | 8 Jul 2020

France is a great country to visit which is why it makes such a perfect place to go on holiday
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Explore the vineyards of Alsace

Alan Rogers | 23 Apr 2020

Camping in France is one of life's simple pleasures. Fantastic scenery, beautiful beaches around the coast and with swathes of countryside, you can feel like you are miles from anywhere.
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An Algarve Adventure

Rob Fearn | 25 Mar 2020

With so much uncertainty at the moment, many people are taking some time to start planning ahead for their next...
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Rise & Shine - a guide to camping breakfasts

Stepahnie Young | 27 Feb 2020

Camping meals can be just as good as a homemade weekend breakfast or brunch. The right appliances and cooking implements...
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The First-Timer’s Guide to Camping

Ben Tully | 1 Oct 2019

Are you thinking about going camping for the first time? Here are some of the frequently asked questions and the...
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Beginner’s guide to campsite life

Ben Tully | 1 Aug 2019

We assume at this point that you have the kit sorted: your tent is the right size for your party...
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8 Campsites Near Vineyards

Ben Tully | 24 Jun 2019

Tasting the wine from the local vineyard provides an extra dimension to your enjoyment of the locality, an extra slice...
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AR Guide to: Campsite cuisine

Peter Stannett | 30 Apr 2019

Whether discovering exciting new tastes or simply enjoying a family meal al fresco, campsite life has always been the perfect...
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Spotlight on: Sicily

Ben Tully | 22 Apr 2019

Its Greek temples, Baroque style palazzi and Byzantine influenced churches offer a glimpse into its history, and its mild climate...
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A toast to the coast

Ben Tully | 18 May 2018

For much of its history, Brittany has been isolated from the rest of world by dense forest and a rugged...
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A taste of the great outdoors

Ben Tully | 21 Aug 2017

A touch of gentle activity to sharpen the appetite, a dash of warm, sunny weather to encourage outdoor dining and...
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Embracing old and new

Ben Tully | 4 Aug 2017

Occupying a neat triangle of north east Spain, Catalonia holds a unique place within Europe. A region of contrasts, it...
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A Vintage Holiday

Ben Tully | 12 May 2017

Campsite owners and vineyard owners share a passion for their land, so if you’re staying in a wine region, you won’t have to go far to enjoy a tasting.
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Anyone for a free lunch…?

Ben Tully | 11 Apr 2017

It was a normal working Thursday at the Alan Rogers Oast. A day of meetings and routine tasks. Lunch looked...
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Storm in a teacup

Ben Tully | 29 Mar 2017

The West Country offers much for the holidaymaker, having been for generations a firm favourite with countless campers and caravanners...
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In the footsteps of giants

Ben Tully | 8 Feb 2017

Poets have often written of Ireland’s emerald hills and sparkling waters, lighting the imagination with depictions of the country’s beauty...
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Camping food ideas that won’t break the bank

Rob Fearn | 17 Dec 2015

If you’re planning a camping trip in the future, whether alone or with a family – you’ll need to plan...
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Top 10 things to do in Andalucia

Rob Fearn | 4 Sep 2014

Andalucía is a popular holiday destination for British and Europeans alike and understandably so.
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