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A place in the sun

Rob Fearn | 5 May 2023 | Read time: 6m 26s

Although stretches of its coast around the best beaches are very developed, there are plenty of places to go for...
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Beautiful sunsets

Exploring the 'Sun-kissed' Valencian Community

Rob Fearn | 21 Apr 2023 | Read time: 4m 28s

Welcome to Valencia, a Spanish region located on the Mediterranean coast. Boasting three provincial capitals, Castellon, Valencia, and Alicante, the area offers a wide range of cultural and leisure options.
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Fallas Festival

The Connoisseurs’ Coast

Rob Fearn | 19 Apr 2023 | Read time: 7m 30s

The Côte d’Azur owes its name to the gorgeous blue colour of the sea and, with vast expanses of golden...
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Cote d'Azur

Top 10 things to do in Andalucía

Rob Fearn | 17 Apr 2023 | Read time: 13m 44s

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

Explore Northern France on a Caravan or Motorhome Holiday

Rob Fearn | 12 Apr 2023 | Read time: 9m 12s

If you have a couple of weeks to spare and don't fancy the long trek to Provence, the Dordogne or the Côte d’Azur, why not take a motorhome holiday and explore Northern France? With your own wheels, you can see the sights at your own pace, stopping for a roadside pique-nique of baguette and fromage, whenever you like.
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Normandy Coast

The hunt is on...

Ben Tully | 1 Apr 2023 | Read time: 4m 50s

The Easter holidays have arrived and we’ve been finding out about all the great activities for kids over the break. Here are a few of our favourites...
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Easter eggs

New Feature - Accessibility Filters Added

Rob Fearn | 1 Apr 2023 | Read time: 48s

Many site owners have been upgrading their campsites and making them more accessible, and now you can search for your next campsite via the Alan Rogers website based on what they're doing to help improve access for all.
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Accessible Campsites

Exploring Northern Italy's Vibrant Cities: A City Camping Guide

Peter Stannett | 30 Mar 2023 | Read time: 6m 57s

If you're keen to visit Italy but aren't sure where to go – why not enjoy some dolce vita in Italy's stunning cities? Today we're exploring Italy's main cities, starting with Northern Italy.
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Venice

How to prepare for your next hot tub break

Rob Fearn | 30 Mar 2023 | Read time: 2m 38s

Hot tub breaks are a complete change to the usual getaways you may experience – they’re a great treat, helping you to relax and unwind.
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Hot Tub

Six (or Seven) French Tunnels

Rob Fearn | 29 Mar 2023 | Read time: 5m 42s

With railways, roads and even canals, France is home to many underground engineering feats.
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Tunel du Rove

New Feature - Eco-Friendly Campsites Filter

Rob Fearn | 28 Mar 2023 | Read time: 57s

Many campsites have been recycling their waste for years, but now you can search for your next campsite via the Alan Rogers website based on what they're doing to help reduce their carbon footprint and improve the environment.
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Eco Category

Fantastic Châteaux & Where to Find Them

Rob Fearn | 27 Mar 2023 | Read time: 11m 3s

Castles can be found throughout Europe. But only France has such a wealth and variety. In this, the first of our two part look at French châteaux we peer over the battlements of some of the most illustrious, attention-seeking, headlining grabbing châteaux.
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Fantastic Châteaux

The Alan Rogers guide to the French Regions

Rob Fearn | 22 Mar 2023 | Read time: 1m 28s

In January 2016, the Assemblée Nationale of France adopted 13 new administrative regions, down from the previous 22. The Parliament's aim was to reduce costs and simplify bureaucracy.
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French Regions

Highlights of Catalonia

Rob Fearn | 16 Mar 2023 | Read time: 7m 27s

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

9 French Bridges

Rob Fearn | 14 Mar 2023 | Read time: 4m 54s

Well known for its architecture, France boasts some amazing bridges, here we've picked 9 of our favourites...
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Millau Viaduct

Exploring Spain's Ancient Cities

Peter Stannett | 9 Mar 2023 | Read time: 4m 12s

With many of Spain's ancient cities built by Romans and Muslims, the ruins impress even today as a testament to their ingenuity. Each city tells a story of struggle, hope and resilience as the population has weathered many upheavals in its history.
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Toledo

Islands and Overseas Regions of France

Ben Tully | 4 Mar 2023 | Read time: 9m 58s

During Napoleon lll's rule in the mid to late 1800s, France colonised several overseas territories, and with Britain restoring ownership of some territories to France, Napoleon doubled the size of his empire.
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Mont Saint Michel

AR Guide to: Wet Weather Camping

The Alan Rogers Team | 2 Mar 2023 | Read time: 2m 56s

Relaxing in a dry tent, sipping hot coffee, and listening to the pitter-patter of rain embodies tranquillity.
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A Roof Tent

Seafood of Normandy

Rob Fearn | 20 Feb 2023 | Read time: 4m 38s

Normandy is synonymous with many things: 1066 and all that. The D-Day Landing Beaches. Calvados and orchards. But its seafood is a stand out feature of this slow paced, bucolic region.
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Fishing Nets

Exploring Germany's Historic Cities

Peter Stannett | 16 Feb 2023 | Read time: 4m 22s

Germany has a rich but fragmented tapestry of history, in part due to political events, geographical fluctuations and, of course, seismic world events. The country is full of museums, theatres, monuments and much more making Germany a fantastic choice for campers interested in history, science, art and politics.
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Brandenberg Gate, Berlin
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