We’ve got another packed issue of Practical Caravan hitting shop shelves today, with even more top tips for caravanners and plenty of travel inspiration. Here’s what you can look forward to reading about when you pick up your copy.
We’ll take you on a whistle-stop tour of Celtic Britain, delving into the fascinating history of our shores over 2,000 years ago. Starting with our Peter taking on the newly launched Cornish Celtic Way long-distance walking path in beautiful Cornwall, where our stunning cover image was shot on Bodmin Moor.
The Isle of Man is also an important Celtic destination, as Andrew White and family found out when they visited this often overlooked gem in the Irish Sea.
Meanwhile, Janette Sykes headed to North Wales with family and friends, where they explored Snowdonia and the coast.
We’ve also rounded up eight of the best spots in the British Isles to discover Celtic culture; from fascinating earthworks at the Hill of Tara to museums and places steeped in myth and legend.
For even more travel inspiration, check out the ‘Local Authority’ on Calderdale and our round-up of ten sites to stay at to see spectacular Scotland. We’ve also put together a useful guide to the Welsh section of the M4.
This issue sees even more 2020 tourers revealed, with previews from Erwin Hymer Group and Coachman, plus reviews of the new Elddis Avanté 454, the Swift Eccles X 850, the Bailey Discovery D4-2 and the Adria Altea Dart 622DP.
We’ve got brand new tow car reviews, too. We’ve been putting the updated Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV to the test, as well as the VW T-Cross – does this cross between an SUV and an estate have enough muscle to make a decent tow car? For those that prefer to buy pre-owned, our test editor looks at the Land Rover Discovery from 2017 onwards to see if it could make a good pre-owned buy.
Make sure your van doesn’t get pilfered with our cut-out-and-keep guide to security, both in storage and on tour. Plus we’ve got lots of guides to things like taking care of your awning so that it can go on tour with you year after year, circuit breakers, fixing a wobbly table, maximising your crockery storage and secondhand buying guides.
All of this great content is packed into our newest issue, just waiting for you to pick it up from the newsagent, so what’s stopping you? To get it delivered to your door next month, you could even subscribe today!
We'll take you on a whistle-stop tour of Celtic Britain, delving into the fascinating history of our shores