As we leave North Holland behind, we travel onwards and come to Friesland. There are many wonderful features to be enjoyed here, from the Seedysterktour to the Spitkeet. A chance to leave about how people of the past lived in this area, as well as a sport unique to the area. There's all of this, and so much more, in an area famous for water sports!
The start of our four-part series on a delightful roadtrip in the Netherlands. In this piece, we begin in North Holland, where we can visit Haarlem and it's Golden Streets. Along the coast, the beaches and various coastal towns are quaint and beautiful, and we suggest some of the festivals and fairs to enjoy. Using a motorhome allows an immersion into these like no other.
It is a universal truth, that an hour or so after leaving home for a holiday one realises they have left something behind. We would not be so audacious as to propose that this blog will ensure you forget nothing; doing so is part of going on holiday and part of life's rich tapestry. We are however we can have a fair stab at helping you remember the easily forgotten essentials. This blog has some fairly obvious items in it. However, we do assume that you will remember the blindingly obvious things like a toothbrush and your children (we 'd like to think that the plot of Home Alone isn't realistic on that front).
Up in the far reaches of Scotland sit the Orkney Islands, a rugged and stunningly beautiful place where The northern tip of scotland meets the North Sea you might not expect to find a motorhome for hire. This is however, not the case. On the island of South Ronaldsay is Wheems, a beautiful organic farm and campsite situated near the sea. remote and over 200 years old, This place is the perfect getaway for the aspiring adventurer who wants to do something refreshing and have a unique holiday!
The weather is getting warmer as we enter spring. However for some it's not warming up fast enough and to those people we say head south! Spring has started and the cold days are coming to a close, somewhere that is already warm and imbued with springs vitality is the south of Italy. Italy is an incredibly beautiful country to visit, and an ideal destination for motorhome holidays! The South of Italy offers much in the way of beautiful places to visit and sights to see. To get you started, we have selected a number of beautiful locations that will not disappoint. Importantly, These destinations are also reachable and enjoyable in a motorhome!
The south is the sunniest region in the British Isle. Furthermore, being the region with the warmest average temperature, the south of England is a great place to go for a motorhome holiday. There are hundreds of holidays worth of things to see and do. Whether you are heading to the rugged but stunning coasts of Cornwall in the west, or cycling one of the many trails of the South downs. The south of England should be on your list of places to visit!
Do you store your motorhome over the winter months? Summer is coming up and that means making getting your motorhome ready for a season of use! This can be a big job, so we made a checklist for you so you do not forget anything. So you can go on adventures and even rent out your motorhome from the start. Print the checklist and check off it!
Oh, Italy *sighs*. What a beautiful country. With your romantic streets, delicious coffees, heavenly beaches, retro Vespa’s, haute couture, Super Mario and let us not forget your amazing pizza’s. Italy is a very popular travel destination for motorhome holidays. So we decided it was time to share our thoughts on some of the best places to visit in Italy. Enjoy!
Oh Winter! with your short days and cold weather you aren't the most inviting of seasons for holidaymakers. But we are here to help ensure you don't feel constrained to the warmer months for your holiday. In fact motorhomes holidays in the winter are really as enjoyable and cozy as you make them. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your travels and enjoy them in comfort, no matter the weather.
With its breathtaking coastlines and stunning waterfalls, Croatia is a must see. Rich in both history and natural splendour there is something for everyone. If you want to experience the beauty of the mediterranean you'd be hard pressed to find a more suitable place to visit than the Dalmatian coast.