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French Fashion Icons

Ben Tully | 25 Sept 2018 | Read time: 22m 59s

Paris is often regarded as the fashion capital of the world, with chic boutiques spread across the city and many top-end fashion houses headquartered there. Louis XIV, whose lavish taste, evident in the stunning Palais de Versailles situated just outside the capital, is largely to thank for France's love of fashion and luxury.
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A Quick and Cheap Way to Outfit Your Kids for A Summer Camping holiday

The Alan Rogers Team | 1 Aug 2018 | Read time: 3m 56s

If you are heading off with your kids on a summer camping holiday in and around the UK this summer...
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Liverpool Marina Planning Update - Permission Refused for Motorhomes

Rob Fearn | 19 Jul 2018 | Read time: 49s

Alan Rogers have been using the car park facilities at Liverpool Marina for a number of years, as an overnight...
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Introduction To Motorhome Aires

The Alan Rogers Team | 28 Jun 2018 | Read time: 8m 50s

At Alan Rogers we're often asked about Aires; whilst we're the experts when it comes to campsites, we have to...
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A Quieter London Awaits

Ben Tully | 6 Jun 2018 | Read time: 2m 7s

The Lee Valley doesn’t always spring to mind as a destination when planning the next break away. However when you...
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A toast to the coast

Russell Wheldon | 18 May 2018 | Read time: 3m 38s

For much of its history, Brittany has been isolated from the rest of world by dense forest and a rugged...
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Bonjour Dordogne

Russell Wheldon | 25 Apr 2018 | Read time: 5m 0s

I well remember visiting the Dordogne (as we British usually refer to it) for the first time and feeling I’d discovered a little piece of paradise. There was so much to take in and everything seemed just so, well, perfect.
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Touring the battlefields in low season

Russell Wheldon | 14 Mar 2018 | Read time: 3m 4s

The centenary of the end of World War I is drawing many to the battlefields of northern France to learn...
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Alan Rogers Guides celebrates 50 years

Rob Fearn | 17 Jan 2018 | Read time: 25s

With the launch of our special 50th edition guide book just around the corner, we thought we'd take a look at some of the campsites which are still going strong after all these years.
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Join the club

The Alan Rogers Team | 19 Dec 2017 | Read time: 2m 46s

Choosing campsites for golf Golf is one of the world’s most popular sports and many campsites aim to appeal to...
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No Mountain Too High

Russell Wheldon | 1 Dec 2017 | Read time: 4m 5s

It will come as no surprise that walking is a popular activity in Tirol.
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A winters trail

Russell Wheldon | 16 Nov 2017 | Read time: 4m 53s

For most people, camping and caravanning is undertaken at a time when there is the promise of sun and warmth...
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The undiscovered realm

Russell Wheldon | 3 Nov 2017 | Read time: 3m 42s

From the breathtaking scenery of Ardennes to the captivating vitality of Luxembourg City, this charming country has plenty to offer...
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Winter Wonderland

The Alan Rogers Team | 20 Oct 2017 | Read time: 2m 15s

If your work commitments permit, why not travel whenever you can? You won’t be alone on your trips! Whether you...
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2017 Holiday Park & Resort Innovation

Rob Fearn | 6 Oct 2017 | Read time: 2m 14s

The event has grown considerably since 2016 and is set to be the most exciting and comprehensive instalment yet! Combining...
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Gearing up for low season

Ben Tully | 24 Aug 2017 | Read time: 3m 43s

With so many campsites and parks opening through the spring and autumn, there’s no reason to pass up a few...
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A taste of the great outdoors

Ben Tully | 21 Aug 2017 | Read time: 4m 38s

A touch of gentle activity to sharpen the appetite
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Walking France’s coastal paths

Rob Fearn | 28 Jul 2017 | Read time: 3m 9s

Whether or not Napoleon was a keen walker is not fully documented (he was certainly no stranger to a long march). What we do know, however, is that he decided that the French coastline was part of the nation’s heritage and so gave all citizens the right to access it.
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First Time Touring Abroad

Ben Tully | 11 Jul 2017 | Read time: 3m 59s

Many first-timers see the rugged coastlines and pretty fishing villages of Brittany and Normandy something of a...
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Power For Pleasure

Rob Fearn | 11 Jul 2017 | Read time: 4m 23s

Let’s start with basics: caravans and motorhomes are fitted with equipment that runs on either gas or 230V mains electricity...
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