Following the announcement that Holkham Beach in Norfolk is to officially ban nudists from its shores from 1st July, here's a round up of places people can still use as a naked hangout, from designated nudist beaches to naked gardening and theatre.
Brits are bringing the tents out of the garage, as record October temperatures are predicted for the weekend. The Camping and Caravanning Club are reporting a 29% increase in advance bookings on UK Club Sites compared to the same weekend last year.
If you're researching a short camping break in France for you and your partner, you will soon find there is a wealth of destinations to choose from.
Mongolian yurts, African safari tents and tree houses connected to ancient sentinels: glamping is taking the world by storm. Offering a more luxurious alternative to camping, these pre-erected tents and wooden constructions are brilliant fun.
Glamping is the next ‘big-thing’ taking the travel industry by storm. Thanks to glamping, camping no longer has to mean dining on canned meat or waking up to a dewy field covered in crisp packets. Gone are the cold, sleepless nights...
Bridging the gap between old world and new, the delightful city of Chichester is a cultural treat. Traditional tea rooms sit beside gorgeous Georgian buildings, while on the other hand the city is home to a thriving arts and theatre scene.
With 42 per cent of calls to campsites going unanswered Campingninja has been launched to take the stress and pain out of booking a camping break.The website is the one stop shop for holidaymakers looking to find the ideal venue and accommodation.
Glamping goes eco with a new campsite in France, which offers green-friendly cocoon-style lodges that sleep up to eight people. Set in the Domaine Les Moulins region, families can blend a French short break with a really unique camping experience.
St Patrick's Day on 17 March is the ideal time for camping in Ireland. Take the car, campervan or mobile home across to Dublin, Rosslare, Larne or Dun Laohaire ports and enjoy the scenic drive inland.
The Camping and Caravanning Club has today announced details of its new self-catering range for 2011 which, for the first time, include luxury accommodation at Theobalds Park Club Site and Alton, The Star.