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Yes, incredibly some of these places are right next to campsites! The types of stop surope in Camperstop. Leave a Reply Want to join the discussion?
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Something like an Ipad is the nearest convenience to a physical book but it will be quite a while yet before everyone uses them or some other technical equivalent or ever Edited by famperstop Just a thought, but there are now several very good website guides that, for free, provide the same if not more information So while websites are good for planning even up to the night before they’re not much help when you decide on the spur of the moment to stay “here” rather than go on to “there” as planned.
You camperatop logged in as a guest. I have been using the Camperstops book for the last 3 years but it sounds like it might be worth getting a newer version as mine only has stopovers and I recently found that some no longer exist! We were stood in the leisure centre buliding with the manager and it was the same building as in the picture. It’s published in the spring, but not sure exactly when.
CAMPERSTOP EUROPE 2012 16 COUNTRIES ENGF
We’ll assume you’re ok with surope, but you can opt-out if you wish. Wifi is initially required to download the offline maps but after that you can practically use it anytime anywhere with no internet. As far as I know it is now discontinued and there is a new model. France, in Charente Motorhome: I do wonder how long these printed, cost-a-lot, not up-datable through the year, guides will continue to sell in the face of the internet quicker, more up to date and obviously much cheaper alternatives.
We know some people who would not use Aires even if they were paid to do so and have to book sites for every stage of their journey it may work for thembut certainly not for us.
First go the overall map page and look for the detail map which covers your area. You might have come across the names: Modern Art and Architecture. Thanks, Ju and Jay. We used it in France although lots of same sites as France aires book. Jay, Many thanks for the prompt reply, if that is a quick reply I would hate to think what one of your long ones would be like! Cheers, give the cats a stroke from us, Jay Reply. Nico is travelling around Spain recruiting the hosts himself, and has hundreds of sites listed.
I thought a book would be easier or at least helpful as an aid for some mild pre-planning but also as a reference when on the move. If so it is a bargain as they are sold per country. Pops in from time to time Posts: Delete all cookies set by this site. Is it useful for Spain and Portugal?
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Showed the officer the picture in the book, still a no and escorted off the land. For Portugal this site should receive more coverage Here is caamperstop site that provides downloads for POI’s and a printable database for those that like hard copy.
There are a serious number of places listed in these countries!
Went to a stop overlooking Bilbao, closed. However, I don’t really plan where I go but I’ve often found that I’ve turned up at an Aire and have found it to be not that pleasant. However we do plan to get a copy of Camperstop next year if for no other reason that for less than the cost of one site night it gives many alternatives in many countries and is another handy string to our bow.
BGD – Mike88 – Even the websites that provide stopovers via a download or USB stick still need the computer turning on to be able to use the info.
We have the usual problem of managing how much data we use, but the MiFi reports on that quite well, and we also sometimes need to manually change the network selected, but only normally when we enter a new country. We never usually have a fixed agender we just amble along and take it as we find wurope for us thats the fun in motorhoming.
Went to a Nature Park outside Santander, open, superb spot, loved it and the snow this week. The locals use them too, they are very popular, especially in the summer months! They have over 19, stops in all European countries and morocco. Anyone else had a similar problem?