Win an Easter break for you and your family on Facebook!

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Today is the day the magic happens! Starting today, we’ll be offering two lucky families the chance to catch some early rays over Easter at our sun soaked parcs in France and Spain. Exciting stuff! We’ll be giving away two egg-citing Easter breaks this week through our Facebook – giving all our fans two chances [...]

Win an Easter break for you and your family!

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For three weeks from Monday 7 March, we’ll be offering seven lucky families the chance to catch some early rays over Easter at our sun soaked parcs in France, Spain and Italy for free! We’ll be giving away two egg-citing Easter breaks a week through our Facebook and Twitter and right here on our blog [...]

Wine-tasting on the Cote d’Azur

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Tour a vineyard, have a few tastings – then take some of your favourite bottles back to sample whilst relaxing outside your luxury mobile home before deciding which to order to bring back memories of your wonderful holiday.

Côte d’Azur – visit a local vineyard (1)

Want a change from the campsite pool and the beaches of the Med? An hour or so’s drive from La Baume, Domaine de Colombier, Esterel and Les Pecheurs, these Chateaux will provide peace and quiet while deciding which of the region’s best wines suit your palate.

Côte d’Azur – visit a local vineyard (2)

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Another good vineyard to look around is Domaine de Curebéasse  – and this is only minutes away from Frejus.  You could try both vineyards in one day, or just do one and incorporate it with some sight-seeing of the provencal countryside, including the lavender fields if the time is right. Domaine de Curebéasse Domaine de [...]

Tour de France – A Family Day Out

Tour de France 2011 – Is it worth it? Yes it is! The kids will LOVE it!

The 98th Tour de France will start on July 2nd at Passage du Gois, in the Vendée, a tidal causeway to the Island of Noirmoutier; it will then transit via Britanny, Normandy, the Loire Valley, the Centre, Auvergne and the Midi Pyrenees, before crossing to the Alps and heading slowly back north. Mountain stages will take place in the Auvergne (probable ascent of the Puy Mary) the Pyrenees, and the Alps the race will finish in Paris, 3,471 km later, on July 24th on the Champs Elysées.

Croatia Holidays – what to eat and drink

Here is the third and final installment of Travel Supermarket’s guest blog about holidays in Croatia and what to do when you’re there. This focuses on a topic very close to everyone’s hearts – what to eat and drink! If you want to sample a typical Croatian dish, three restaurants definitely worth a visit are [...]

At last!! Al Fresco goes Corsica

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Here begins part one of my Corsican road trip, let me start by saying I have been wanting to visit Corsica for as long as I have worked in travel, and let me tell you that is a very long time.  Unfortunately the powers that be in the airline industry decided that anyone North of [...]

Wine time with Simon Woods

Shorts on, flip flops next but one top priority once I get on parc is what I call “wine acclimatisation”. The senses are already alive with the sunlight, the sounds of the countryside and the smell of foreign soil, and then, somehow, the taste buds start to play up in expectation too, for a taste [...]

Holidaying in Pula, Croatia – part 2

As promised – here is our second installment of Travel Supermarket blog. This time, find out what to do with your time in Croatia. Where to go/what to do Pula has pretty much everything: cultural history, stunning architecture, museums, an aquarium, go karting tracks and plenty of beaches to soak up some sun. Firstly, you [...]