Camperstops are special places for motorhomes and campervans to stay overnight. Camperstops range from town car parks to very remote spots, beach side locations and vineyards, but all provide overnight parking exclusively for motorhomes and campervans. Camper-stops (motorhome Aires) are places exclusively for motorhomes and campervans, normally caravans and fifth wheel caravans are excluded. Motorhome Aires can be in idyllic locations, nestled in quaint hamlets or in the suburbs of capital cities. Many camper-stops supply drinking water, waste, grey water disposal and motorhome toilet cassette emptying points, some stopovers even have free electric. Aires offer convenience and freedom from campsites.. Perhaps you want stay right next to the Mediterranean and a whole host of places where there are simply no “caravan sites”. Park your campervan sympathetically to your neighbours and use the service point and facilities responsibly and always abide by the RESPECT rules:

  • Respect the Environment
  • Elect to use un-crowded Aires
  • Shop Locally
  • Park responsibly
  • Exercise courteous behaviour
  • Communicate with others
  • Totally abide by these rules

A self contained motorhome or camper needs to have a toilet, onboard water containers for both fresh and waste water, and you must be able to cook and sleep inside the vehicle. Camping at aires is forbidden throughout Europe. Camping includes: winding out awnings, putting out tables and chairs, erecting a tent, hanging out washing or starting a generator. Don’t abuse stopovers; if you want to camp, use a campsite. Quick stop refers to mobile homes overnight parking at official stopping places such as a campsite parking place or a council provided motorhome stopover Off site parking often called wild camping, free camping, or free parking, refers to mobile homes camping in free areas outside registered camping sites or parking areas for caravans and motorized campers, is forbidden and is punishable by low in Croatia.

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