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Wednesday 05 April 2006

Travelling throughout Europe has never been easier or cheaper as it is with Freedom Camping. The go-as-you-please low-season camp site guide and voucher scheme now enables you to stay at almost 120 quality camp sites in 15 countries. Huge discounts mean that savings of up to 50% can be made on each night’s accommodation; it’s a price that’s simply unbeatable.

Following exceptional demand in 2005 for Freedom Camping, which is produced by Carefree, The Camping and Caravanning Club’s specialist overseas travel service; the guide and voucher scheme now covers more of Europe than ever before. Camp sites range from a stunning site on the banks of the Ardèche, where you can indulge in caving, canyoning, climbing or canoeing; to a site surrounded by mountain pines right at the foot of the Pyrenees.

Freedom Camping now enables you to travel, without having to book a single night, from the coast of Portugal and Spain right across to Croatia, the Czech Republic and Hungary or, with five sites in Ireland, closer to home for less.

Freedom Camping is now even easier to use. In handy guide form and with simple tear-off vouchers, it’s full of site descriptions and pictures, location maps and local directions. Included within are 30 vouchers which, when presented at a camp site taking part in the scheme, will allow you to access the special discount prices shown clearly in the guide. The longer you stay on certain sites, the more money you could save. In addition, many mid-season prices are even lower than last year.

Freedom Camping costs just £9.99. If you’re planning to book your ferry crossings, also at unbeatable prices, or plan to take out insurance with Carefree the cost is just half the price. For those travelling for longer periods of time, an extra 30 discount vouchers will set you back just £1.99.

For further details and information about other Camping and Caravanning Club membership benefits, phone the low-cost, local number 0845 130 7701.

5 April 2006