The next issue of Practical Caravan features an exclusive first test of Bailey's new Alicanto Grande, plus a tour of Ireland as I discover my family roots.

As our latest issue hits shops today, here's a taster of what's inside, starting with a huge exclusive. 

We were lucky enough to get inside the brand new Bailey Alicanto Grande, Bailey's most luxurious range to date, to be the first to review this addition to their 2020 line-up. 

We can reveal other 2020 highlights, too, starting with what you can expect from Bailey, and moving on to Swift's 2020 season preview and a first look of the Sprite Super Quattro EB. We've also got Adria's 2020 highlights, including a first look at the Adria Adora 613 DT Isonzo - the popular four-berth has some interesting updates. 

This issue we also bring you a scenic tour of Ireland's Wexford coast as I trace my family roots back to the area, and discover surprising connections with the Kennedy clan. 

We've also got a tour of Derbyshire as Nigel and Kay Hutson delve beyond the county's tourist hotspots. Plus, if you're heading out in your van, you may find our guide to the M4 between London and South Wales helpful, or take inspiration from our newest travel advice series; a Local Authority about South Dorset.

Fancy a trip to the seaside? I've found 10 great campsites in the UK and abroad for pitching up next to the sea, so you're one step closer to the beach life. We also hear from the Binedell family as their year touring and volunteering across Europe continues through Portugal, Spain and France.

In tow car news, we test the Dacia Duster Comfort, a roomy family 4x4, as well as the Volvo V60 D4 Cross Country Plus AWD and a used Citroën C4 Cactus.

Class is in session at our Skills School as we point out some common touring errors, and how to avoid them, and how to build your confidence in handling and manoeuvring your caravan. Plus, find out how to fit a 3.5mm Aux socket to upgrade your listening experience, how to add magnetic door catches, and how to add a bumper protector.

That's all packed into the current issue, which you can pick up from your local newsagent from today. Alternatively, subscribe today and you can get the next issue delivered straight to your door, ready for you to enjoy reading in your van while you relax on holiday.