Lizzie Pope
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Just a few days from Easter and with the 2016 touring season revving up, it’s clear that visitors to our website are keen to be up to date with the latest motorhome reviews. By far the most popular part of our website, our IH Motorhomes N-Class 630 RL test is the most-read review of the last month. Not read it? Check it out for yourself and see if you’d pay over £60,000 for this British-built van conversion.

Two very different propositions, our recent review of the four-berth, fixed island bed Bessacarr 494 and the snazzy Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo Activity campervan have also got you clicking. And then there’s the Swift Escape 622, the Chausson Flash 610 and the Benimar Mileo 286, all of which have been popular. Whether British or Continental, coachbuilt or campervan, a wide range of ’vans for all tastes, budgets and layouts have been well-received on our site – take a look for yourself and see what takes your fancy.

Then head to our classifieds, which features new and used stock from an ever-expanding number of dealers across the UK, and find your dream motorhome for your 2016 touring. We only launched our for sale pages back in October, but six months on this is one of the most popular parts of our online home.

If the most-clicked-on travel guide on practicalmotorhome.com in the last month is anything to go by, lots of you plan to visit France in 2016. In fact, European destinations dominate, with Spain and Portugal, Ireland, Scandinavia and Italy rounding out the top five most-visited travel guides on our website. And for those of you staying closer to home, our ever-popular Nightstops give motorcaravanners a wide choice of cheap and sometimes free places to pitch your ’van for the night across Britain. Which could be perfect if you’re planning a last-minute, budget, Easter getaway.

When you need motorhome advice, either about your vehicle, on where to tour, or you just want some friendly encouragement and advice from fellow motorcaravanners, it’s great to see that the Practical Motorhome forum is still a much-loved resource – sign in and get posting! Don’t have an account? Register today and get started, we love welcoming newcomers.

Elsewhere on our website, our Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer buying guide, our advice feature detailing common problems on the Mk1 Fiat Ducato/Talbot Express and our Mazda Bongo campervan buying guide are the most-read advice pages, to give you a taste of what you can expect. But there’s plenty more, spanning all aspects of motorhome ownership – dive in!

So if you’ve not had a chance to catch up with our latest content, with the four-day Easter weekend stretching ahead of you, whether you’re at home or on tour, here are some ideas to get you started. Happy reading.

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