Fresco Holidays have been investing heavily in improving their sites around
Europe in time for their 10th anniversary. The £2.5M rebrand introduces three new mobile home types,
provides more holiday parks to choose from and improves the overall value of a
family camping holiday abroad.
am seriously impressed that the site in Croatia, Park Umag offers private
pools for small groups of families. One
of my favourite things on holiday is having a swim, but some pools are so
overcrowded and busy you never really get a chance to sneak a few lengths in
(you just seem to dodge one inflatable after another!). I would be much happier in a pool used by
only a small number of mobile homes.
Plus then you can build camaraderie with those staying close to you and
your children make holiday friends (meaning entertaining them on holiday is a
whole lot easier!).
at a Al Fresco campsite need not be expensive either, you do not have to take
the children to costly attractions they can just make the most of the pool, the
beach (depending on location) and the safe play area’s whilst enjoying some much needed sunshine. There are even children’s clubs on site some
with a small local charge but well worth paying for if you children fancy trying
whatever activity is taking place.
does not need to be stumbling around a field of sheep in Wales battling gale
force winds and floods (I am basing this on what I see some poor campers go
through where I live), you can head to warmer climes and enjoy a little luxury!
Al Fresco have taken the best bits of
camping then added some finesse. You
can make the most of interacting with a close group of holiday makers but still
have the amenities (and weather hopefully!) that make holidaying with children
that much easier. The Verdi sounds like
my kind of mobile home with three bedrooms, two shower rooms and decking to sit
out and enjoy a glass of wine!
For more information
please visit: www.alfresco-holidays.com