For some, caravanning is a
wonderful and relaxing pastime - a way to see places that
otherwise would be missed. For others the caravan will always be
an object of amusement or irritation, a source of traffic
hold-ups and delayed journeys.
We have travelled to many parts of the UK and enjoyed most (if
not all) of them. We have also made a number of memorable
journeys into Europe: France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland,
Ireland, Holland and Spain - all have welcomed us on one (often
Notes on some of these trips are included here, via the links
below. Several of them have been published previously in the
Caravan Club Magazine.
- Lincolnshire and its Wolds - an unlikely
(for some) and surprisingly attractive area for a caravan break,
with plenty to do.
- How about combining a short break in the caravan with
Llama Trekking in Dorset? more...
- A caravan in London - the Sights of London
from the Caravan Club site at Crystal Palace. more...
- The South Hams region of South Devon : some
of the finest coastline in England with Dartmoor close by. more...
- The area around Tewkesbury , in the
Cotswolds - the coming together of the Rivers Avon and Severn. more...
- South Central England - the area around
Portsmouth and Salisbury. more...
- Norfolk - the area between the coast at
Cromer and Swaffham, inland.
- The scenery and castles of East Central
Scotland , between Edinburgh and Dundee. more...
- South west Pembrokeshire - the coastal
region around St. Davids and Haverfordwest. more...
- The Marais Poitevin, in western France - an
area that is less well known than most and which offers beautiful
scenery amidst rivers and small, man-made waterways. An abridged
version of this article was published in the January 2001 edition
of The Caravan Club Magazine.
- Going Dutch - touring the north and west of
Holland . An abridged version of this article was
published in the January 2003 edition of The Caravan Club
- First impressions of Ireland, touring the
south western part of the country. more...