This is the latest news for the up and coming Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC Birmingham, UK, February 20-25th.
I personally love this Show and love looking into each Caravan and Motorhome there and seeing and touching the newest gadgets..Do you too?
“The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show 2018
Address: The NEC Group, Birmingham, B40 1NT
Date: 20 to 25 February 2018
Time: 10am to 6pm
Caravan and Motorhome Club stand numbers: 2000
Find your perfect caravan or motorhome
Returning to Birmingham’s NEC from 20 to 25 February 2018, over 370 exhibitors from across the UK and Europe come together to create the UK’s biggest showcase of caravans, motorhomes, campervans, caravan holiday homes & lodges. Plus new season tents of all sizes, trailer tents and folding caravans all under one roof.
Not only will you be able to see all the latest models and products, you can stock up on all your holiday accessories as well as gather ideas and advice on where to go and what to do when you get there.”
Hello fellow Caravaners,
We are pleased to announce that we now accept Caravans onto our site…. However due to car spaces, we’ve had to limit the number of caravans to 4.
Hence, if your caravan is less than 10M in length, then we have a pitch for you!
As we are a private site, you’ll have plenty of space to set up your awning, bikes and chairs for your holiday in the Sun.
You’ll find our rates to be very competitive from €9.00 per night which includes a parking space for your car.
So if you’re looking for a safe, secure site for your stay in central Algarve, then please look no further than us … we’re only 5km from Vilamoura Marina and 7kms from the Hills of Loule…. And of Course we’re set amongst the top 5 leading Golf Courses in the Vilamoura Area…
Or if Tennis is your Leisure Activity did you know we’re only 4kms drive to the Vilamoura Tennis & Padel Club… and they welcome Guests from around the world.
Or are you a Lawn Bowls Enthusiast? Because Vilamoura boasts their own Lawn Bowls Club and welcomes Guests members too.
So how about, grab your Golf Clubs, Tennis Rackets or Lawn Bowls and pack them into your Caravan and head south to enjoy the Winter’s Sun ….. because even though it may be February, you can play Golf, Tennis or Lawn Bowls everyday and in full sunshine!
Hear from you soon,
Anthea & Gerard
Good morning Fellow Motorhomers,
Its still officially Winter in the Algarve, but if you come from the Northern countries of Europe, you may think its Spring already.
Sunset in southern Portugal is roughly 18:00 (6pm) which gives us at least 1.5 hours more sunshine than the typical London, Amsterdam, Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Berlin or Paris’s day.
Today is sunny, but a bit chilly at 13°C… however with the sun streaming in through the front motorhomes windows.. its doesn’t take long for the internal van temperature to rise to 20°…. and that for me is summer time!!
So if you’re heading south to Portugal for some sun, then please remember your days will be longer- basking in sunshine from 7:30am to 18:00..
It may not be warm enough to swim in the sea yet, unless you have a wetsuit … but its warm enough to do pretty much anything else…. aka.. .wearing summer dressers and t-shirts & shorts during the day.
So are you up for walking on the white golden beaches of the Algarve, wearing nothing but flip-flops and shorts & t-shirts in February???
If so, please pop in and say hello and we’ll give you a great big welcome and pour you a nice cold beer on your arrival.
Hear from you soon,
Anthea & Gerard
ABOUT SOUTH ALGARVE
“The Algarve has been every foreigner’s favourite slice of Portugal for decades now and surfers are no exception. It might lack some of the wave quality of Peniche and Ericeira but the laid back country vibe more than makes up for that, attracting ever increasing numbers of foreign surfers escaping from the icy winters of northern Europe. Being on the corner of the Iberian Peninsula means the Algarve has the widest swell window in the country and regular offshores on the south coast. SE wind swells can get these usually flat beaches pumping, while big winter nor’westers will wrap into the coves beyond Sagres.
The Algarve is a year round destination but autumn through to spring is really the peak period because the summer can be stinking hot and with long flat spells. Winter can still be warm enough for t-shirts and the water is the warmest in Portugal.”