2021 Tour Schedule
Full details of all of our 2021 Tour are available below. Please note that this page is only currently accessible to you as a newsletter reader. This is to give you first chance to book onto a tour of your choice before we make the information public.
If you have already expressed an interest and/or if you have a voucher, we do need a completed booking form to confirm your booking.
We have received a large number of expressions of interest for 2021, so please book early to guarantee your space for next year. We do limit the number of places on each tour.
The Four-Country Starter Tour
21st April to 4th May 2021 | 14 days | £1750 per unit
This springtime tour is specifically designed for first-timers although more experienced motorhomers are more than welcome. Visiting France, Belgium The Netherlands and Luxembourg the route provides a rich and varied itinerary whilst still keeping the driving distances relatively low. Highlights include the cities of Bruges, Brussels, Maastricht, Luxembourg and Valkenburg. In northern Luxembourg we drive across the largely un-spoilt rolling hills, forests and rivers of the Ardennes. There is even time for a brief visit to France's Opal Coast.
The Baltic States
7th to 31st May 2021 | 25 days | £2700 per unit
There are additional ferry costs of approx £650 for the Kiel-Klaipeda ferry
The Baltic States of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia are three countries that provide motorhomers with rich variety and perhaps a few surprises. In addition to many reminders of their recent Soviet heritage, the Baltic States also boast miles of unspoilt and relatively undeveloped sandy beaches, numerous national parks, 18th and 19th century stately homes, three un-missable capital cities, medieval towns and architecture dating from the Gothic period through to art nouveau and onto the highly contemporary.
18th May to 4th June 2021 | 18 days | £1950 per unit
This is a brand new tour focusing on the quieter, more unspoilt regions of France passing through the Loire, Dordogne and Burgundy regions. Our journey takes us to the vineyards and chateaux on the Loire with the chance to visit Tours and Angers. We then enjoy a small stretch of the Atlantic coast en route to the historic port of Bordeaux. From here we follow the entire length of the peaceful, meandering Dordogne River. We then head a little further east through the Auvergne-Rhone Alpes region and onto the Saone River into the heart of Burgundy, famed for its food and wine. This tour is ideal for those who love rural France and want to immerse themselves in the country and culture.
The Swiss & Austrian Alps
6th to 23rd June 2021 | 18 days | £1950 per unit
This popular tour provides a varied introduction to the mountains, lakes and cities of the Swiss and Austrian Alps. Our route includes the distinctive Swiss capital of Bern and skirts the popular Lake Constance region. We then head into the Tyrol where we spend time near Innsbruck, Salzburg and the Grossglockner, Austria's highest peak. En route, you can visit the tiny principality of Lichtenstein. In the Tyrol, our well-equipped and well located Alpine campsites are ideal for exploring the mountains, local towns or larger cities further afield.
Pyrenees: Biarritz to Barcelona
7th June to 1st July 2021 | 25 days | £2700 per unit
This 25-day trip takes us down the west coast of France with the chance to visit Bordeaux and Biarritz before heading into the Basque region of Spain around San Sebastian. We then follow a path on the southern slopes of the Pyrenees via Pamplona, Huesca and finally onto the Catalonian coast at Barcelona. Our journey north takes in the tiny, unspoilt principality of Andorra and a stunning section of the French Pyrenees around Foix, before our drive home through the centre of France.
Provence & The Ardeche
9th to 26th June 2021 | 18 days | £1950 per unit
This 18-day tour focuses on inland Provence and the Ardeche. Avoiding the over-commercialised south coast, this tour is characterised by stunning mountains in the Provence Haute Alps, medieval cities, idyllic hill-top towns and villages, wide open plains, ridges and gorges. In Provence, our route takes us from Avignon in the west, passing around Gordes and on to Sisteron in the mountains. En route we visit the rugged charms of the Ardeche region in the Rhone-Alpes, best known for its caves, gorges and valleys.
Summer in Sweden
9th August to 2nd September 2021 | 25 days | £2700 per unit
One of our more adventurous tours, this 25-day trip passes through France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark before crossing the Oresund Bridge into Sweden. The tour skirts the southern and eastern archipelagos arriving in Stockholm before heading inland past Sweden's largest lakes. En route we visit Copenhagen, Gothenburg and Malmo. Your trip will encompass six countries, two capital cities, several large towns, islands, beaches, archipelagos, lakes, forests, castles, historic sites, Abba and even vikings!
Croatia & Slovenia
5th to 29th September 2021 | 25 days | £2700 per unit
Our ever-popular 25-day Croatia and Slovenia Tour is back again. In addition to the two capitals, Zagreb and Ljubljana, the tour encompasses the beautiful Istrian coast in Northern Croatia along with the spectacular Plitvice Lakes and various historical sites including the Pula amphitheatre. In Slovenia we have the opportunity to visit the UNESCO-listed Postjama caves, Lake Bled, the Vintgar Gorge and Triglac National Parks and the castles at Bled and Predjama. Our route takes us down and back through France, Germany and Austria, with a couple of stopovers in the Austrian Alps.
6th to 30th September 2021 | 25 days | £2700 per unit
Tuscany is world-famous for its culture, history, wine and cuisine and could be described as quintessentially ‘Italian’. Highlights include: the Renaissance delights of Florence, packed with art and architecture; Pisa with its famous leaning tower; the stunning walled cities of Siena, Lucca, Montepulciano and San Gimignano; the beautiful hilltop towns dotted amid the vineyards and olive groves of Chianti. The varied landscape includes the rugged peaks of the Appenine Mountains in the east to the beautiful beaches on the west coast.