Want to beat the new-year blues and escape to the sun? Grab the March 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome, packed full of inspiration and much more

Feeling the chill this January? Then maybe it’s time to embrace the joys of low-season motorhome holidays.

Don’t miss our latest magazine – it’s on sale now! And it’s stuffed with ideas to help give you the confidence to get away and enjoy some winter sun.

Want to visit Spain? We’ve several options for you, depending on the type of holiday you have in mind. See what Mike and Patsy Jones got up to when they took their Murvi Morello to the Costa Blanca.

Sun-seeking and safaris!

Or follow Donna and Phil Garner on a 27-day tour from Santander down to Spain’s Mediterranean coast, along the route of the River Ebro. Staying at aires, campsites and camperstops, as well as enjoying some wild camping, read about their journey and be seduced by their sun-kissed snaps!

Fancy something a bit different? Leone and Walter Olins take their A-class Carthago island-hopping in the Canary Islands. Is this a practical way to tour? Find out in our winter sun special March 2017 magazine, on sale now!

For something more exotic, check out this month’s cover feature. Making use of fly-drive motorhome hire companies can be a wonderful way to see the world.

And Gary Blake and Wendy Johnson did just that on their dream trip to South Africa. See the wildlife and wonderful scenery of this stunning country in the new issue of Practical Motorhome.

Exciting new motorhomes for sale

This month’s motorhome reviews feature three striking new-for-2017 models.

First, we have the Chausson Welcome 630. Don’t miss our review of this clever ’van with individual drop-down single beds – yes, you read that right! Wrapped in a chic, modern package and available on a choice of chassis, there’s lots to get stuck into.

There’s also our Elddis Encore 254 review. The spacious rear master bedroom with an extending island bed makes this a great motorhome for touring couples. Find out why our expert reviewer awarded it a strong four-star rating.

We’ve also something from German giant Hymer. We throw the spotlight on the B-Class DynamicLine 588, a four-berth A-class with a fine ambience and characteristically high levels of fit and finish.

How to keep safe on your holidays

Looking to update your touring gear for 2017? We review Outdoor Revolution’s Movelite T5 Kombi Flex awning in our latest issue.

We’ve also got a safety special with Practical Motorhome’s Gentleman Jack. Read his top tips to keep you, your loved ones and your possessions safe on tour.

Plus we bring you our usual used ’van buying tips – check them out if you’re browsing the motorhomes for sale pages – and expert technical advice.

Get all this and more in the March 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome, on sale now!

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