The Caravan and Motorhome Club is offering its members more options for overseas adventures than ever before with the addition of 37 new sites this year, taking the total number of its European sites to more than 330.
The new sites are located in Croatia, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal and Spain, meaning the Caravan and Motorhome Club has the perfect site no matter what overseas adventures tourers are looking to have.
From wine tasting in France to relaxing on a Spanish beach, soaking up some culture in Croatia or exploring the delights of Denmark, the Club’s wide range of sites have something to suit all tastes across some of Europe’s most popular destinations.
Harvey Alexander, director of marketing at the Caravan and Motorhome Club, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our members such a wide variety of excellent new sites across Europe. All of the sites have been inspected by us, so our members can expect the Club’s usual high standards, no matter where they chose to stay or what adventure they’re planning to have.”
Members travelling to the Club’s European sites can also take advantage of some great ferry offers available. The Club works with all major ferry operators – Brittany Ferries, Stena Line, DFDS and P&O – to bring its members discounts throughout the year and great value rates across popular holiday sailings including Dover to Calais, Hull to Rotterdam and Portsmouth to Fishbourne. Members can even take advantage of discounts of 10% off fares from Folkestone to Calais with Eurotunnel. Ferry crossing savings include taking caravans for free on selected crossings and reduced rates for motorhomes.
For members who haven’t yet ventured across the channel in their leisure vehicle, the Club will give them confidence to become real pioneers with its ‘First Time Abroad’ guide which includes a three-step process for planning an overseas trip with a caravan, campervan or motorhome including where to stay, booking a ferry and getting insurance.
Top tips include scheduling your arrival time to be before or after lunchtime, as many campsite receptions shut for two hours from midday. Other advice includes packing toilet roll, as some campsites don’t supply it, and bringing extra cash as many campsites won’t have an ATM.
Members of the Club (membership costs £52 per year) can also purchase a range of quality cover and insurance policies designed with touring in mind including motoring and personal, single-trip, annual multi-trip and long-stay cover options, as well as breakdown roadside assistance, vehicle and passenger repatriation, continuation of holiday travel and/or accommodation, medical and ski cover.
For more information on the Caravan and Motorhome Club, please visit www.camc.com