Many people know the world famous Mont Saint Michel in France. But do you know its little brother in Southwest England?Read more
Belgium is a beautiful camping destination. Campsites amid extraordinary landscapes, as well as cliffs, waterfalls, caves and reservoirs are the ideal starting point for an active holiday. Hiking, cycling, mountain climbing and water sports. It’s all possible! Here is my list of the top five campsites in Belgium…Read more
Dog owners love bringing their faithful four-legged friend on holiday. Fresh air, a new environment to discover and lots of space to play and run. Dogs need a holiday every now and then, too. And with an easy-to-make zip line you and your dog will have the best time ever!Read more
Meintje (39) and Camiel (44) are real campers. Together they have already visited many countries; first with a tent, then a trailer tent and now with a motorhome. They visit the most charming and beautiful places and share their photos on Instagram. One of their favourite countries is Croatia. During one of their recent trips they visited National Park Plitvice lakes.Read more
Artist Joan Miró’s former holiday farm, located in the Catalan town of Montroig del Camp, is still a fascinating place to visit. The building complex, consisting of a house, a chapel and a staff residence, gives you a glimpse into the life of the Spanish surrealist. Nearly everything has been left as it was shortly before his death in 1983. Ready for an afternoon of history and culture on your camping holiday in Catalonia?Read more
Walking in the Dolomites is becoming increasingly popular. But which spots should you visit? And which campsites are best to stay at during your holiday? Tips!
Rugged mountain ranges, crystal clear lakes and charming mountain villages. You can find it all in the Italian Dolomites, the hiking paradise for nature lovers. What are the best spots to visit? We can tell you!