caravan club or caravan and camping club

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  1. neil stewart

    neil stewart

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    We are driving down from calais to almeria in december which is the most benificial club to join
    staffieneil
     
  2. TheBig1

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    camping & caravanning club are much more motorhome friendly. plus access to the brilliant THSs etc
     
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    Neither any good for you over there, just get the alltheaires book although it's only some of them(y)
    Or if you would rather be on campsites ACSI
     
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    ACSI.
     
  5. Nettie

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    As said.. ACSI which is part of the caravan club..
     
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    I don't think there's any connection with CC. CC&C also sell the ACSI book/card.

    As far as I know ACSI is a company in it's own right and both clubs, and others, sell the books/cards on their behalf.

    If buying the book/card then it is cheaper to buy it direct from ACSI.

    Denise
     
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  7. Nettie

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    Yes you are right.. I got that wrong as they a company from Holland I believe, the reason for my mistake was that we bought ours originally at the Malvern show from the CC stall. They sell it for them, but still a useful bit of kit..(y)
     
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    Forget both clubs outside of the UK but buy into ACSI which give you hundreds of campsites at reduced rates including electricity.
    Two excellent publications to look at are "Camperstop" with thousands of places to stop at and "All the Aires France" and / or "Spain" but if it is your first trip, I would look up ACSI on the internet. You can save the price of joining in a couple of nights at their members campsites.

    Alan
     
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