It’s time to get touring!
And in our April 2018 issue, we’ve got all the advice and inspiration you need to help you get out there in your van.
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Discover Dorset – and more
As you can see from this month’s sun-kissed cover, we’re off to Dorset and the Isle of Wight, for a family-friendly holiday by the sea.
Join Practical Caravan’s Alastair Clements for a stroll along Bournemouth Pier, frolics on the beach, a trip into a miniature village, prosecco-flavoured rock and more.
Then we join Janette Sykes for a tour on County Antrim’s magical coast, for breathtaking views, tempting whiskies and charming architecture.
Or maybe our Claudia’s weekend break in Shropshire will inspire you? Her historical tour certainly left her wanting more.
Fancy holidaying further afield? We’re off to Holland for bikes, waffles, canals, cheese and much more – turn to page 42 for the full story.
As ever, we’ve a host of reviews and in our April 2018 issue, we are kicking off with our full live-in test of the 2018 Bailey Unicorn Cabrera.
It’s our reigning Best Tourer for Couples, but now it’s really time to put this central-washroom four-berth through its paces. Find out how it does from page 64.
Then for something a bit different, check out the [email protected] 400 TD! This funky little three-berth with porthole windows and great storage is well worth a look.
Finally, read our Editor’s verdict on the Swift Challenger 480. This end-washroom two-berth has grown and received spec bumps for 2018 – does it hit the spot?
And there’s more!
Also in our April magazine, we’re tow testing the Škoda Kodiaq and Nissan Qashqai, we’ve got expert tips to help you give your van a showroom-fresh look and we review 10 caravan cleaners.
We’ve also got two DIY projects for you to get stuck in to, more secondhand buying advice, plus ideas for your Easter holidays!
Get all this and much more in the April 2018 Practical Caravan, out now!
We’ve got expert tips to help you give your van a showroom-fresh look