The Club Motorhome website has been designed to be easy and logical to navigate as possible. Like us, you may have found that many websites become cumbersome and disjointed as they grow spoiling the user's enjoyment to say the least!
With this in mind, we have provided you with more than one way to move around, and make the most of, this site.
Firstly, you can change the website language if required. Select your choice of European languages by clicking on the flags or drop-down selection box on the pages that this is available
Navigation buttons in the 'Main Menu' link you to the all-important 'Your Page', Members pages, Motorhome Forums, Pub Stopovers, Classifieds, Shop etc. Where appropriate these buttons open up when hovered over to reveal buttons leading to more sections.
Where the menu gets too deep for the height of your screen it is necessary to use your mouse wheel or arrow buttons to scroll down
You'll find that snippets of many articles can be read by non-members but in order to read the complete works the reader has to subscribe as a Full Member, much like having to 'buy' the magazine in a newsagent after browsing in order to read all it's content.
'Breadcrumbs' - A horizontal set of links that are below the top navigation buttons which keep track of your progress through the layers of the site and enable you to click back one or more steps if required.
A member's search facility which is accessed from the search boxes allowing you to search for any keyword or phrase that will lead to all articles, forum topics etc containing those words. This facility will only give complete results to Full Members.
Various 'modules' appear in the side margins throughout the website - these can take you directly to content that may be of interest to you eg. Latest Stopovers, Latest Article Comments, Latest Stopover Feedback, Latest Forum Posts, Random Classifieds, and Latest Blogs etc.
Hi, mickywilka here, new to motorhomes and would like some advice and a route for the highlands from Edinburgh any help would be welcome....
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Brenda and I have just joined your site, planning to take a 3 to 12 month trip European trip, concentrating on France, Germany, Italy and Croatia starting in February.
We fancy an A Class Hymer and thought a 5 or 6 series may do well, offering a reasonable amount of accommodation with s......
Hi davsand55. Welcome and if there's anything we can help you with just shout!
Posting on the forums is the best place ;-)...
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A Motorhomer’s Guide to Ireland
I know from talking to other motohomers that Ireland has been on their bucket list for a while, but somehow first time or repeated trips to mainland Europe seem to take preference, and until this year this was the case with us. One wet winter day back in January I started surfing the internet for inspiration for our next trip and stumbled across the Wild Atlantic Way website. Like the NC 500 in Scotland, or even the Cabot Trail in Canada, the Wild Atlantic Way is a creation of the marketing bods to increase tourism in some of the more remote regions. Anyway, as fore mentioned, Ireland has been on our list of places to travel and the good job done by the marketing bods with the Wild Atlantic Way website convinced us to make 2017 the year.
SPOTLIGHT ON ANDALUSIA
Spain - a land of contrasts!
Delve deeper into the region of Andalusia (or Andalucia if you prefer) and this is truly illustrated by the mountains, sea, farmland, olive groves, natural parks, towns cities and of course its Pueblos Blancos - the list is endless. Of course we are all aware of the regions' towns and cities of Sevilla, Granada, Cadiz, Cordoba and so on and their reputations of beauty, character, history, 'la vida' and of course the gastronomy. These have been written about so often we decided to leave these attractions alone for now and concentrate on having a look around the region to give a little taster of what it is all about.
Briare-le-Canal, France – A Stopover with a Difference
By - Spinner
Pulling up at an aire or campsite after a hard drive is sometimes enough, we just want to get our heads down and have a good night’s kip, especially if it is a familiar well-travelled route to the Costas. On other occasions however, it’s good to linger, maybe spend a couple of days just chilling. Alternatively, your plan maybe to meander through France and seek out some of the interesting places that the country has to offer.