Our Résidences Trigano retailers have carefully selected more than 100 campsites so you can find a mobile home plot to suit you! Our teams will offer you the very best sites in your preferred region. Here are some factors you should consider when choosing where to site your mobile home.
Choosing the right mobile home plot
Before you become a mobile home owner on a campsite or residential home park, you need to select the structure that you prefer and then choose the site that best suits your mobile home and your needs.
Choosing the right campsite
- To make choosing the right campsite simpler, you should pick a region first. Think about the type of landscape, weather and culture (history and cuisine) that you would like to enjoy.
- You should also look at the campsite’s ranking (number of stars), which vary depending on the size of the plots, their amenities, road and parking access, lighting, security, as well as reception hours and staff hours.
- Also bear in mind the activities and entertainment that the campsite organises, as this could really make or break your holidays in making sure both adults and children have a good time. Consider what are musts for you, maybe a swimming area, children’s playground, sports field or snack bars? If such amenities are not your cup of tea, then you should look for somewhere quieter, so you can really relax during your stay.
- One final important factor is the campsite’s opening period so that you can really make the most of your mobile home throughout the year and not just during the summer season.
Choosing the right spot
There are plenty of things to consider when choosing the best mobile home plot for you.
- A good plot is, first and foremost, a site that is suitable for the size of your mobile home. You must therefore check the floor area ratio to ensure it complies with current regulations in the campsite or residential home park.
- How close your mobile home is to other infrastructures can play an important role in the quality of your holidays. A plot can be more or less noisy depending on how far it is from communal areas and more or less convenient depending on its distance from the entrance or service areas, so bear this in mind.
- You must also make sure that your plot is accessible to be able to connect it to the campsite’s utility networks (water, electricity, gas, etc.).
- Lastly, the plot’s layout and access must be practical to speed up mobile home installation and for your general everyday comfort. The surrounding landscape is important because it helps you relax and enjoy your holiday.
With Résidences Trigano, becoming a mobile home owner on a campsite or residential home park is easier because a specialist will guide you at every stage of the process.
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