Camp amid the rolling vineyards, dine on pasta made with fresh local produce and while away the days relaxing by the pool. That’s what it means to stay at an Italian agriturismo. Farm camping has been turned into an art form here. No frills, just genuine hospitality and a passion for the land that you can only find at small family businesses nowadays. My four agricampeggio tips.Read more
A holiday in the southwest of Italy without a visit to the Amalfi Coast? Unthinkable. The picturesque villages on this world-famous stretch of coast west of the Port of Salerno entice many tourists. And I too became enchanted when in 2016 I caught the boat to Positano, a pearl on the Amalfi Coast. Below I tell you more about my fantastic trip based on the best photos I took.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!
A train station full of mosaics, a monastery built thanks to the spice trade, and markets that most closely resemble open-air theatres…Valencia, Lisbon and Florence are full of cultural gems, just waiting for you to visit! Valencia – Spain This city is a cultural hotspot where it’s almost impossible to be bored. One of the places you really need to see while you’re there is both useful and beautiful: the Estación del...Read more
In the heel of Italy’s boot, spectacular Puglia is where you can set out with your motorhome on a never-ending journey of discovery. You’ll be amazed whichever road you take, thanks to the ocean panoramas, hills dotted with conical-roofed white houses, endless olive groves, meandering rivers, lagoons and extraordinary architecture. I happen to know the most spectacular route for a motorhome road trip through this province, which I’ll be happy to share with you.Read more
You’ve seen the Eiffel Tower, you know the Ramblas like the back of your hand and you’ve seen every inch of the Colosseum. What you want for 2018 is the wow-factor from new destinations and undiscovered locations. Let us inspire you with eight European locations that might not yet have made it to your list. 1. Leeuwarden Capital of Culture (the Netherlands) This year’s European Capital of Culture is not to be missed. In and around Leeuwarden,...Read more