Lithuania motorhome country guide

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Vilnius urban landscape Lithuania
View of castle across the water from bank of lake Trakai Lithuania
Arial view of forest area surrounding lake Ukojas Lithuania
Lithuania city overview

The Baltic state charm of Lithuania has only been discovered by the most adventurous British motorhomers. Summers are mild and winters harsh. One third of the country is forested and there are over 4,000 lakes. Lithuania has the smallest coast out of its neighbours at just 90km long.

Campsites, Motorhome Stopovers and Offsite-Parking Lithuania
There are 33 campsites listed on the tourist information website. The Baltic States Camping Map, available from tourist offices details 14 campsites marked on a map, 7 are open all year. The Campsites in Lithuania leaflet lists 22 campsites marked on a map. The Lithuanian Camp Site Association, www.camping.lt has 25 campsites on its website. National parks also have camping areas, but these are set up for tent campers. Currently there are no Motorhome Stopovers.

Driving your motorhome or campervan in Lithuania (free wild camping)
Lithuania has good smooth roads, and most are hard surfaced. Their motorways are equivalent to the UK. Small lanes and country roads may be comprised of loose gravel. All drivers must use headlights at all times, and from November 1 to March 1 winter tyres are required. More information can be found at www.lra.lt. LPG autogas is available from fuel stations, listed on http://degalines.orlenlietuva.lt look under ‘Degalines’ for a list of fuel stations that should have LPG. Four tourist maps are available for Lithuania and each has driving routes and suggested places to visit.