Le Papillon, La Cresse, France

A site on the ACSI discount scheme in France. Halfway up a mountain with spectacular views from every pitch. We phoned en route to this site to check availability of pitches as our caravan was going to have to do a bit of climbing and venture through some narrow roads to get there. The nearby... Continue Reading →

La Sousta, Pont du Gard, France

A beautiful woodland site on the banks of the river L'Alzon. Part of the ACSI discount scheme.  Arrival at reception, booked in quickly, choose a pitch and let them know which one. A restaurant/takeaway is located next to reception while a shop selling fresh bread, espadrilles and basic food essentials is to the rear of... Continue Reading →

Van to SanRemo & No Go Monaco

A second significant ant invasion forced us to shout "We're soft babies, get me out of here!" and cut short our stay at Barco Reale one day early. The second invasion was realised after one climbed from my cleavage and waved at me, as if to say "You think this is bad, look over to... Continue Reading →

Camping Vallecrosia, Italy

Another ACSI card site, again we just turn up. This site had worried us as to whether we'd get a pitch, the Monaco, only twenty miles away, Grand Prix weekend and we arrived to a queue of people trying to get in.  As luck would have it they had one remaining pitch big enough to... Continue Reading →

Barco Reale, Tuscany, Italy

Another ACSI site. Camping Barco Reale. We haven't booked. We've just turned up. Yes they've got space, jump on the buggy I'll show you a few pitches. Zipping round it feels like a rabbit warren.  We spent ages pulling the caravan up a mountain to get to the site, once there, time to choose a pitch,... Continue Reading →

Two Tour Tuscany

The final eight mile approach to our next caravan campsite site is why we chose it, we are winding and zig-zagging our way up a big big hill with dozens of full-kit cyclists, they are panting with exhaustion we are holding our breaths in anticipation of each corner. The views are amazing both North and... Continue Reading →

Piazza People Watching 

 Day out on the bus from the caravan takes us to Firenze (Florence) 4 hrs of walking and lunch under our belts, our feet are in need of a rest. With the sun blazing down at over 30 degrees we seek the shade on some steps of a piazza. It seems we're not the... Continue Reading →

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