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Don’t miss the February issue

Happy New Year!I don't know about you, but I'm determined to have loads of fun and explore more of our beautiful world in 2013.

Don’t miss the February issue


Happy New Year!


I don't know about you, but I'm determined to have loads of fun and explore more of our beautiful world in 2013.


To that end, don't miss our February issue. It's now in the shops and we hope you'll enjoy our Tours of the Year – featuring some of Europe's most amazing destinations, as well as holidays closer to home. 


Talking of Britain, do book a place on our Reader Rally at Stowford Farm Meadows in Devon: 3-6 May, just £42 per pitch for 3 nights!

(More details in Feb 2013 issue, page 66.)


Plus: The February issue features our new Buyer's Guide - listing all the new motorhomes launched for 2013. Enjoy!


Kate Taylor, Newsletter Editor




Your Tours: Scandinavia

Geoff Crowther, his wife Chrissie and their dogs start their 4,300-mile tour with the spectacular fjords of Norway. His tips make the fjords much more affordable


Northern Spain

Donna Garner sets forth with 'Monty' on an epic six-month tour of Spain, from the Santander ferry along the Cantabrian coast to Gijon, Santiago and Baiona


Go skiing in Switzerland

 Instead of the French Alps, Ruth and Geoff Bass fill their motorhome with groceries and head for the Swiss slopes on a skiing holiday that won't break the bank


Good sites guide to Torbay

We review ten top motorhome-friendly sites. They're perfect for your tour of Totnes (hippy heaven), Torquay's riviera and the fishing boats of Brixham, Devon



Buying secondhand - with eyes wide open!

We challenged Nick Harding to find two popular coachbuilt two-berths for less than £40,000. He's come up with two excellent ’vans: a Bessacarr E630 and an Auto-Trail Tracker EKS – but under scrutiny, which do you think was best?  >>read more


Reviews: Roller Team, Shire and Auto-Trail

Our tests and ’van reviews make essential reading if you’re building up to a big new purchase. In this month’s big live-in test, we examine the four-berth Auto-Trail Tracker RB. Plus we review the budget European six-berth Auto-Roller 746, while Gentleman Jack tests Shire's built-to-order Phoenix ML


Stacie's super-savers: prize draws galore!


Win prizes with our exclusive giveaways this month. We have: 25 pairs of tickets to give away for The Scottish Caravan, Motorhome & Holiday Home Show in Glasgow; 25 pairs of tickets for the Spring Caravan & Camping Show at the NEC; 10 Muggis; 10 sets of Dossil's sink traps and five copies of a book: Build Your Own Dream Camper for Less Than £1000. Enter online, by 16 January, 2013


Gifts: 'Make mine a motorhome...'

'Life's a pitch', 'I'm not old, I'm Iconic' and 'Make mine a motorhome' These are just some of the slogans on our new range of motorhome and camping-themed T-shirts, mugs and iPhone cases. And if you have any other great slogans, let us know! Click here for gift ideas for motorhome and caravanning friends.


Happy New Year!





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