Nothing beats just taking off and
camping out under the stars
Daily life can get the better of us all and you rarely remember the days you spent at home. With a campervan you can just get up and go. Roam far and free or sample the beauty on your doorstep, like we did, visiting stunning Jezersko, less than an hour from our home in Ljubljana. Great for trekking and biking, with the stunning crystalline Lake Plansar and views to die for.
We ‘escaped the ordinary’ in the new Twin Supreme and weren’t disappointed. We got to experience the big sky and the wild beauty of Lake Bohinj, the pearl of all Slovenia’s lakes, more serene than its more famous neighbour, Lake Bled. The Twin Supreme’s stand-out feature is the new Sky-roof, where the double panoramic roof window brings in light and a new feeling of space and of being in nature. When you live with this new van, you appreciate how the clever Adria engineers have integrated the living space and the cabin, into one space, in the new Supreme (and in the new Plus models). No bulky dividers, instead a new ‘cabin loft’ space which improves headroom. It’s almost a crossover, van from the outside but a more motorhome feeling inside. Both models sit on the Fiat Ducato chassis, with engine and useful driver aids and there’s five exterior colours, with pre-installation for rear-view camera and some useful options like the integrated mosquito net and electrical power sliding door. Inside, there’s new layouts, all-new interior designs and new features, including smartly designed kitchen and bathrooms.
You simply can’t beat the feeling of space and light from the new Sky-roof, day or night.
“Lake Bohinj is one of our favourite spots, totally unspoilt, with jaw-dropping scenery all around”.
New interior design
The Supreme models have a classy and modern look, with Onyx interior. It’s an attractive, quite monochromatic and automotive styling familiar to many upscale car brands but with glossy white cabinetry. You can personalise with a choice of textiles and new soft furnishings. In the Plus models, a little more traditional style with the Sandy White or Sandy Brown interior, again with the personal furnishing choices.
The new kitchen has clean unfussy lines, ample worktop space (with flip-up extension), a sink and two burner stove, and three deep soft close drawers beneath which proved a dream to use. Complemented by the essential 90l compressor fridge (152l in SPB and SLB models). The dinette, proved spacious and with the swivel cabin chairs, adjustable table and utility tray (we used it for everything from mugs to tablet!) it’s just a great space to be in, especially under the large sky-roof, which is screened and ventilated for day and summer time use, of course. The new duplex bathroom was also intriguing and a joy to use. Move the swivelling wall and you have two bathrooms in one space (one with a sink and toilet and one with a big shower cubicle). Other models offer an en-suite format (with a separate toilet and shower cubicle) and some offer the more regular ergo bathroom formats.