If you are going to Morocco, visiting the Sahara Desert should be at the top of your bucket list. The total tranquility and infinite beauty of the rose gold dunes is like nothing else on earth. Being there as the sun rises on the day or sinks into the horizon is one of life’s great privileges. Find out all you need to know about visiting Morocco desert here.
The French Pyrenees are an ideal destination for a motorhome tour. You’ll find spectacular scenery, good roads and plenty of wild camping opportunities along with a huge network of well-trodden trails and paths suitable for all hiking abilities. If you love wide open spaces, wild camping and hiking, then this motorhome tour of the Pyrenees is perfect for you!
Winter in a motorhome is a special time. The world is a quieter place; only the brave head for the winter mountains in a motorhome. You’ll meet like minded souls and enjoy hot chocolate and mulled wine from the warmth and coziness of your van! See all out top motorhome winter destinations to inspire your seasonal travels.
Autumn is the perfect time for a motorhome roadtrip. The kids are back in school, the crowds have gone and the weather has yet to turn wintry. The colours will be glorious, sites will be quiet and beaches deserted; with so many reasons to take an autumn motorhome roadtrip, what are you waiting for?
Flåm is a small village situated in Western Norway, surrounded by steep mountains, thundering waterfalls, fjords and truly spectacular scenery. Flåm sits at the top of the Aurlandsfjord, a branch of the vast Sognefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is a perfect stop in any motorhome tour of Norway as there is so much to do and see. How to visit Flåm in a motorhome will give you all the information you need to have an incredible stay.
Trolltunga (literally Troll’s Tongue) is one of Norway’s iconic (and let’s not deny it, Instagrammable) hikes. Trolltunga is in the Hardangerfjord region of Norway, with the fjord itself being the fourth longest in the world and the second longest in Norway. The region is also home to the Folgefonna glacier and the Vøringsfossen waterfall; it is an area of outstanding natural beauty and a hub of Nordic activity. Hiking Trolltunga (from a motorhome) has to be on your Norway bucket list, we’ll show you how!
Deep in the beautiful and wild Cevennes area of France is the small town of Saint-Jean-du-Gard. Several times a day, the steam train of the Cevenne chugs it’s way across the spectacular valleys of the Gardon, over viaducts and through tunnels, to and from the town of Anduze, only stopping at La Bambouseraie on the way.
At 2962m high, the Zugspitze is Germany’s highest peak. And what a mountain it is; standing at the northern edges of the mighty Alps, home to three glaciers and with views of 400 mountain peaks in four countries, the Zugspitze is primal, raw and breathtakingly beautiful.
Possibly the most beautiful hike in Sicily! This gorgeous mix of mountain and coastal route is fabulous on a sunny day, the views across the Baia Santa Margherita and the Riserva Naturale Orientata Monte Cofano are spectacular. This hike is so versatile, you can traverse Monte Cofano, climb to the summit or both. Check out the post below for more details of how to hike Monte Cofano.
If you love history and ancient Greek ruins, then Segesta is a must-see on your tour of Sicily. In a breathtakingly beautiful setting, this ancient Greek temple and amphitheatre are superb examples and don’t fail to impress. Read this post for all the information you need to know about how to visit Segesta.
You cannot pass through central Italy on a road trip without making the detour to Naples to visit Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii. Both are iconic Italian landmarks and share a remarkable, if devastating history. If you are wondering whether you can visit Pompeii and Vesuvius in one day, then you will be delighted to know it is possible, and even easy if you follow our guidance and tips.
Rome is a gorgeous city, high on any bucket-list and full of love, life and romance. With fabulous architecture bathed in the unique light of the eternal city, incredible Roman ruins and delicious Italian food, what’s not to love? Our guide will show you how to visit Rome in 36 hours, seeing all the essential sights. Make sure you read it before you go!
Home to the famous and breathtaking Mezquita, Córdoba is a sublime city. Rich in history, architecture and Spanish charm, you can easily wander the streets and alleys for hours, soaking up the heat and atmosphere whilst stumbling upon gorgeous plazas and cool bars around every corner. If you’re road tripping Spain, then don’t miss Córdoba!
Hiking Port de Boucharo and Pic de la Pahule is easy because you start at a high altitude. It’s a great hike for a day off when your legs need a rest, but packs a whopping punch! The views are incredible and Spain is so close you could just keep going….