Cinque Terre, Italy
The enchanting Cinque Terre is a rugged coast on the Italian Riviera. If romantic towns and seaside villages sounds like something you could get on board with, then you’ll love making a stop here. The ‘Cinque Terre consists of five different towns, and there’s something unique about each of them. You can spot beautiful views of the ocean along the drive, as well as charming colourful houses. There are plenty of campsites that can accommodate motorhomes, as well as luxury hotels. Visitors can hike up the hills, laze on the beach, and dine on fresh seafood and sweet dessert wine.
The beautiful Provence will take your breath away. It’s a dreamy, diverse region in Southeastern France, with rich culture and history, a beautiful natural landscape, and spectacular beaches. Take a stroll to the harbour, go wine tasting at one of the many vineyards, tour the hills, or enjoy a meal at a traditional boutique cafe. There are many camping sites available – the route de cretes is among the most spectacular in Southern France and a favourite with caravanners and motorhomers.
County Kerry, Ireland
County Kerry contains some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. County Kerry’s mountains, lakes, and coasts are picture-perfect, and its beauty will make you feel like you’re standing in the middle of a postcard. It’s also home to some of Ireland’s finest golf courses, as well as Ireland’s highest mountain and mountain pass. The iconic Ring of Kerry, a 179 km touring route is perfect for tourists travelling Europe by motorhome. Dramatic mountain passes, white-sand beaches, and a royal goat. Visit Ireland’s oldest traditional fair, take a break by the beach, or feast on an abundance of fresh seafood in Killarney.
Costa Blanca, Spain
With over 200kms of Mediterranean coastline, white-sand beaches, and marvellous weather, you can see why the Costa Blanca is one of Europe’s most visited areas. You can do just about anything in the Costa Blanca: play a game of golf, go to a museum or national park, explore charming villages, and bask in the beautiful natural surroundings. The Costa Blanca beaches are the main attraction, some of the blue-flag beaches include La Playa de San Juan, La Albufereta, and Los Náufragos. Guests can go scuba diving, enjoy some watersports, swim in the crystalline waters, or merely relax on the soft sands and soak up the sun. Costa Blanca is a great destination to visit when touring Europe by motorhome.
If holidays in Costa Blanca sounds like your idea of paradise, then you’ll love Marjal Costa Blanca Camping and resort. Marjal is one of the most popular resorts in Costa Blanca, as it has modern facilities, endless entertainment for all ages, comfortable bungalow and caravan accommodation, and a temperate climate. Touring Europe by motorhome should definitely be something every retiree should try to do – and a trip to Costa Blanca will make it unforgettable.