For you to have a safe trip it is essential that your vehicle has the wheels in optimal shape and in the case of a motorhome, the oil and battery are in perfect condition. Also make sure that the caravan is securely attached to your vehicle before setting off.

Take the necessary documentation with you, including driving licence, vehicle registration, environmental label, insurance and, depending on your destination, any other required documents.

Plan your route in advance. Choose the destinations you are going to visit, schedule your stops and where you are going to spend the night. Although caravans and motorhomes give you the freedom to sleep wherever you want, you will need to make sure that the site you choose is safe, quiet and that you are allowed to use the space to park and spend the night as per local law.

As well as everything you need for toiletries and food on your journey, take plenty of drinking water and non-perishables. Make sure you are prepared to stay cool and warm. Blankets, heating and/or air in the cabin.

Remember to check points or areas where you can empty the sewage and at the same time fill up your water tank, without forgetting that you will also have to check some areas on your journey to refuel your vehicle.

Equip yourself with a first aid kit, fire extinguisher and warning triangle. Chargers and navigation devices. Keep your mobile phone charged, with credit and if you can share your location with someone you trust, all the better!

Below are the 10 tips to take into account to enjoy this Easter in your caravan or motorhome!!!

Enjoy your trip and drive responsibly!

Happy Easter!!!


  1. Vehicle check: Before setting off, make sure that your vehicle and caravan or motorhome are in good condition. Check the tyres, oil and indicators to ensure a safe journey.
  2. Route planning: Research and plan your routes in advance. Decide which destinations you want to visit and consider rest stops and overnight stays.
  3. Documentation: Take all necessary documents with you, such as your driving licence, insurance card and vehicle papers. Also, check if you need any special permits or additional documentation to drive in certain areas.
  4. Road safety: Respect speed limits and traffic rules. Keep a safe distance from other vehicles and avoid driving while tired or under the influence of alcohol.
  5. Essential equipment: Make sure you carry basic tools, a first aid kit, fire extinguisher and emergency triangles. Also, don’t forget your navigation devices and chargers.
  6. Accommodation: Caravans give you the freedom to sleep anywhere. However, check local law and should you prefer a campsite, research the options available and book in advance.
  7. Water and food supplies: Carry sufficient drinking water and non-perishable food. Take advantage of service areas to refill your water tank and empty your chemical toilet.
  8. Respect the environment: Be environmentally responsible. Do not leave rubbish or damage nature. Use the areas designated for camping and respect local regulations.
  9. Communication and safety: Keep a mobile phone charged and with credit. Inform someone of your itinerary and share your location if possible. Always have an emergency button handy.
  10. Enjoy the journey: Easter is an ideal time to connect with nature and enjoy the freedom that caravanning offers – make the most of every moment and create unforgettable memories!