An update on how to get Wifi cover during your motorhome travels in France, on up to 10 different devices, without breaking the bank! We recently blogged about Travel Wifi (a company that provides mobile Wifi hotspots, also known as “Pocket Wifi” or “Mifi”), but at that point we had never actually seen one of […]
It’s easy to incur extra charges when you return your vehicle to a depot, but it’s even easier to avoid them with our 10-point departure checklist… Most campervan and motorhome hire companies’ terms of hire expect you to clean the interior of the vehicle, fuel it and empty the waste tanks/toilet cassette before returning it […]
Every now and then, our clients are prepared to share their European campervan adventure with us and it is great to see what our vehicles get up to once they leave the depot! Repeat clients, serial motorhome travellers and all round lovely couple, Kerri and Stirling just picked up a Sky 20 motorhome for a […]
If you have a national driving licence, issued outside the European Union, you do need to obtain an International Driver’s Permit too. This is the latest wording on “Rendezvous France” the official French tourism website: “To drive in France, you must be in possession of your national driving licence (if you’re not an EU citizen, […]
Motorhome & Campervan hire in the Eurozone? Your money hasn’t gone this far in the last five years! It’s always hard to decide on the best time to travel abroad if your decision might be influenced by currency exchange rates but with the latest trend in the Euro exchange rate against many of the world’s […]
France has always been a fabulous place to explore by bike with quiet roads and ever changing scenery but the most exciting recent development is the opening of many new designated cycle paths. If you’re looking for inspiration for your cycling holiday in France, check out these excellent new cycle routes in our neighbouring region […]
If your idea of a motorhome trip does not include heading to a campsite every night the chances are you won’t like swimming in public swimming pools or crowded seaside resorts either so we’d like to introduce you to wild swimming in France.
If you’re a true wine connoisseur with a passion for wine culture and travel, you’re guaranteed to absolutely love Champagne – the drink and the place! Home to exceptional vineyards and wineries, the skill of the winemakers in this part of France is what really sets the wines apart from their imitators, allowing for a […]
The Tour de France 2013 route was unveiled in Paris on 24th October and will remain exclusively within France’s borders covering an interesting 3,360 km route.