Hire a Motorhome or Campervan to go to events in France

If you have ever travelled to a major event and had to find accommodation nearby, the chances are you have already experienced the frustrations of trying to find a suitable, available hotel or B&B within striking distance, which will accommodate the peculiar hours you keep during the event.

Add to this the cost of staying in a hotel or B&B (together with enforced eating out) and very soon a hired motorhome starts to look attractive for reasons of both convenience and cost.

Many large sporting events and festivals actively encourage motorhomes and campervans and often provide facilities for them so parking at or right near the venue with your own self-contained home on wheels is a very practical solution whether you are taking part in the event or simply there to spectate.

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