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Park4night launches new network of ‘natural private’ stopovers


Park4night has announced the launch of a new network of ‘natural private spots’.

Named ‘GeoSpot’, the network offers natural and eco-friendly places to stay overnight in self-contained leisure vehicles.

Each site features a donation box, which campers are encouraged to use as a ‘thank you’ to the site owner.

A Park4night spokesperson said: “This promising concept has been very well received by both the campervan and motorhome community as well as the owners of the sites.

“Most of these private plots of land are currently unused, so the idea is to bring them to life.

“Owners are under no obligation to check-in or welcome guests, nor are they required to be present on site, or even to provide the slightest service.

“The aim is to enjoy nature and its tranquillity.”

For campervan and motorhome users, it’s just as easy, since they’re assured of a warm welcome without the need for prior reservation.

When they arrive at the site, all they have to do is register the code on the box to signal their presence.

Each GeoSpot has a limit of three vehicles.

Park4night+ subscribers benefit from the discovery of these new exclusive spots, which are included in their subscription!

“GeoSpot is, quite simply, a responsible alternative that encourages sharing, peace and quiet and, above all, respects nature.

“The network currently offers around twenty parking locations, mainly in Europe – in France, Portugal, Spain, Poland and Bulgaria.

“Other GeoSpots are in the process of joining the network.”

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