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Example articles from CampingCompass.com
Caravan rental is already widespread. Many companies, whether smaller or larger, offer different types of caravans, trailers or vans for hire. There has also been a big boom thanks to the corona. Caravan holidays offer a new form of accommodation. It allows you to travel freely, exploring places you might…View more
Lisbon is such a special city. We had the feeling that there were quite a few “normal” people living in the city centre. All we saw in the center were tourists or various strange touts. Maybe we are wrong, maybe that has changed since then. In France, Spain or Italy…View more
I take the converted van destined for the campsite as a more comfortable tent. The van does not need to have a sophisticated waste system for cooking, electric or gas system. In campgrounds, you can cook either in front of the van or in rooms designed for that purpose. California…View more
I’m sure you’ve noticed that I call everything a caravan. I quite like it that way, and I’m not going to lie, it’s easier for me that way. After all, there’s only one caravanning too. We don’t call this hobby RVing or motorhoming. So it makes no difference to me…View more
The windows in the caravan are most often made of plastic. They are therefore quite vulnerable to breakage. Roof windows are extra vulnerable and can be broken by strong winds. I therefore recommend that you always close the roof windows when leaving the caravan. Roof windows Roof windows are most…View more