5 unique European cable cars

5 unique European cable cars

on 26 Sep 2019

Jeroen Timmermans

Before I go on holiday, I always check to see if there’s a cable car nearby. A ride in a gondola is one of the most wonderful moments on the entire holiday. Sitting back and enjoying the view on the way up is often literally and figuratively the high point of my holiday. In this blog, I’ve put together a list of my 5 favourite European cable cars to share with you!

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5 Atlas Obscura spots in Spain

5 Atlas Obscura spots in Spain

on 3 Sep 2019

Michèle & Sanne

Michèle and Sanne are travelling through Europe with their bright blue motorhome. They’re sharing their experiences on ‘The adventures of MiSa’. They came across an interesting book: the ‘Atlas Obscura’, and decided to buy it. This guide and its accompanying website are full of strange and original places to visit all over the world. Michèle and Sanne visited five Atlas Obscura spots in Spain.

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Let’s go to Seville: a city break to be enjoyed

Let’s go to Seville: a city break to be enjoyed

on 18 Jul 2019

Madita Weiß

The city has really stolen my heart. I lived and studied here for six months, and two years later, I returned for a few days to what is Spain’s most beautiful city, if not the world’s most beautiful city. I’d like to take you along on my city break to the most impressive squares and most significant sights the city has to offer.

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Get off the campsite, and out onto the walking trails!

Get off the campsite, and out onto the walking trails!

on 12 Jun 2019

Marieke Krämer

A vigorous walk through the mountains, woods, or heathland. Or a short leisurely stroll along a river in the morning or evening. Walking is one of the most popular holiday activities. And camping and walking of course are the perfect combination.

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The Costa Brava: home of Salvador Dalí

The Costa Brava: home of Salvador Dalí

on 25 Jan 2019

Esther Schaap

A characteristic moustache and surrealist paintings It must be Salvador Dalí! Follow in his footsteps and visit the Dalí triangle in Catalonia. With the theatre in his native village of Figueres, his impressive house in Port Lligat, and the old Castle in Púbol, there’s more than enough to do!

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Mas Miró: a fascinating farm

Mas Miró: a fascinating farm

on 29 Nov 2018

Jeroen Timmermans

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?

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