Nigel Donnelly

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Caravanner's favourite travel company Alan Rogers is launching a brand new series for 2011. Still in keeping with their reputation for independence and honesty, the ‘101 Best Campsites…’ is a series of 6 titles, based around 6 specific hobbies, pastimes and passions.

Caravanner's favourite travel company Alan Rogers is launching a brand new series for 2011. Still in keeping with their reputation for independence and honesty, the ‘101 Best Campsites…’ is a series of 6 titles, based around 6 specific hobbies, pastimes and passions.

Russell Wheldon, Marketing Director, “With thousands of campsites across Europe, choosing one can be a bewildering task, especially with so much unfiltered, unqualified information in the public domain. These guides aim to make life easier, providing a realistic, digestible number of great campsites, according to your chosen theme”.

Alan Rogers sees this new series appealing to those new to camping and caravanning, many of whom choose their campsite for its specific attributes or activities, rather than purely geographic location.

 

The ‘101 guiTl_extracted 1des’ are priced at £6.99 and are packed with detailed reviews of inspected and selected campsites, directions, GPS, opening dates, facilities and more. A special launch '3 for 2' bundle offers a free 101 Guide when two are purchased together. Offer valid from 1st October 2010.

The traditional Campsite Guides for 2011 are available as normal. There are six in total, including a new guide to the best sites in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

For more details go to the Alan Rogers website or visit the stand at the NEC Show.

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