If you've never driven abroad before and have a few reservations, our online driving guide and some experiences from 3 different types of Eurocamp families should put your mind at ease.
You'll find that it's a lot less daunting than you think! As long as you take note of a few dos and don'ts, a driving trip to the South of France or even beyond is within easy reach!
Take a look at our guide, giving useful tips on preparing your car for the road ahead as well as ways to help make your journey run as smoothly as possible.
We have detailed accounts from 3 different Eurocamp families outlining their experiences of driving on the continent.
The Esau family - Travelling with tots
The Bickley family - Travelling with the kids
Emma and James - Travelling as a couple
As you'll find within our guide, it's essential to take rest stops if you're driving for a few hours at a time. Depending on where you're going, you may wish to consider stopping overnight at one of our parcs. Find out where our popular stop-overs are located.
When planning your journey to your parc, why not try our route planner? This is useful for journeys starting from ferry ports, airports, and even going from parc to parc.
You can also plan the quickest, most economical and even the most scenic routes, plus calculate the approximate fuel cost based on your vehicle and fuel type!
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