Spain, France and Italy with a baby

TJBi

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You might find a visit to Carcassonne worthwhile. Many delightful locations along the Mediterranean coast of France. Try the Camargue and of course the Côte d'Azur. Lots of other delightful locations just a short distance inland, but you won't have the time to do justice to them.
The Wild Camping Location App features many POIs in Iberia and France, the latter incorporating both excellent wilding locations and aires.
I also use www.campingcar-infos.com when in France for its comprehensive database of aires, and take out a short-term subscription to their app in order to have offline access as well.
 

jacquigem

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Yes, sorry if I sounded negative but I thought it was quite scary. Camper contact has never let us down and we find the reviews helpful. Good Luck and enjoy what ever you decide to do. If you do Facebook have a look a Shiraz motorhome adventures we did Spanish pyrenees last summer so some ideas there
 

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From your post I understand that your travelling is broadly similar to ours, enjoying the journey as much as arriving.

If you like Tuscany as much as me, and not far from the road between Lake Como & Rome, is the tiny medieval walled town of Monteriggioni, sat on a prominent hillock. We found it fascinating, and directly at it's base is a cheap sosta for about 10 vans (no services).

It could be a handy one hours walk-around on the road in to Sienna?

Sosta co-ords: 43.389015, 11.226277

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CorinneArms

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You might find a visit to Carcassonne worthwhile. Many delightful locations along the Mediterranean coast of France. Try the Camargue and of course the Côte d'Azur. Lots of other delightful locations just a short distance inland, but you won't have the time to do justice to them.
The Wild Camping Location App features many POIs in Iberia and France, the latter incorporating both excellent wilding locations and aires.
I also use www.campingcar-infos.com when in France for its comprehensive database of aires, and take out a short-term subscription to their app in order to have offline access as well.
Thank you, would definitely like to fit in some of the medieval Mediterranean. Great to know about the camping and aires maps too. Thanks
 

CorinneArms

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From your post I understand that your travelling is broadly similar to ours, enjoying the journey as much as arriving.

If you like Tuscany as much as me, and not far from the road between Lake Como & Rome, is the tiny medieval walled town of Monteriggioni, sat on a prominent hillock. We found it fascinating, and directly at it's base is a cheap sosta for about 10 vans (no services).

It could be a handy one hours walk-around on the road in to Sienna?

Sosta co-ords: 43.389015, 11.226277

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Wow what a sosta! Can't wait to spend many days cruising around Tuscany and hope to visit this place. Thank you
 

CorinneArms

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Yes, sorry if I sounded negative but I thought it was quite scary. Camper contact has never let us down and we find the reviews helpful. Good Luck and enjoy what ever you decide to do. If you do Facebook have a look a Shiraz motorhome adventures we did Spanish pyrenees last summer so some ideas there
Camper contact sounds brill, thanks.
 
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