Adria Adora Caravan

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Adria Adora Caravans

Adria Adora Caravan. I’ll say upfront, here for everyone to read; I don’t know a great deal about Adria caravans. There you go, I’ve said it if you’re still with me, and you don’t know a lot about Adria, let’s explora the Adora.

However, having said that, I have been in a few Adria caravans, both at shows and at caravan dealers. If I’m honest, nothing about an Adria screams “buy me”. Now, that doesn’t mean you will think the same, we’re all different after all. I wouldn’t expect you to just like the same as me.

So, what is the Adria Adora? Let’s have a look.

You can tell from the names, these aren’t UK caravans. If you know your rivers, you’ll also know they are named after rivers, let’s hope they don’t let in water, poor quality joke at least.

Not being UK caravans means they do things slightly differently to what you might expect (assuming you’re familiar with UK caravans) Our first caravan was a German caravan (Knaus) so I’m familiar with the unfamiliar if that makes sense? Of course, it doesn’t, anyway, let’s continue our discovery.

Adria Adora Caravan Layouts

Adria Adora Seine

  • Adria Adora Caravan Seine (approx £25,500)
No. of Berths
Overall Length
Overall Width
MTPLM
Personal Payload
Single/Twin Axle
4
8.190m  26′ 10″
2.299m  7′ 6″
1750kg (opt 1800kg)
163kg (opt 213kg)
Single

Adria Adora Isonzo

  • Adria Adora Caravan Isonzo (approx £25,500)
No. of Berths
Overall Length
Overall Width
MTPLM
Personal Payload
Single/Twin Axle
4
8.278m  27′ 2″
2.460m  8′ 0″
1900kg
184kg
Single

Adria Adora Tiber

  • Tiber (TBA)
No. of Berths
Overall Length
Overall Width
MTPLM
Personal Payload
Single/Twin Axle
4
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
Single

Adria Adora Sava

  • Sava (approx £27,000)
No. of Berths
Overall Length
Overall Width
MTPLM
Personal Payload
Single/Twin Axle
5 (optional 6)
8.244m  27′ 1″
2.460m  8′ 0″
1900kg (opt 2000kg)
178kg (opt 278kg)
Twin

As you can see from the layouts above, they cover a wide range of requirements. Island bed, transverse bed, twin singles and the family layout in the Sava.

Adria Adora Caravan Interior

Here’s where things get a little “different”.

As you can see from this photo, the interiors are very modern. Maybe too modern for many in the UK? I personally like the modern look, although maybe you could argue it doesn’t look “homely” and looks somewhat cold? Although I like to look at contemporary interiors, I’m not convinced I’d want it on a caravan that I own.

Adria certainly add style to their caravans, look at the overhead lockers for an example, the curved cupboards above the kitchen really stand out. I can see a lot of people liking that striking modern look.

Lounge

Now take a look at the massive sunroof, that also opens, that would certainly let light flood into the Adria Adora Caravan front lounge. I like the lighting, I’m a fan of aircraft style lighting. the soft furnishings are contemporary but not so much that they’d look out of date in five years.

Adria Adora Caravan

Kitchen

Moving to the kitchen, again, the contemporary style hits you. I mean, what in that kitchen is familiar to you as someone that has only owned UK caravans? I’ll tell you – nothing. The hob is different, the sink is different, the window is narrower, but there’s a handy shelf, that looks like it could slide along the length of that rail.

Adria Adora Caravan

Bathroom

From Adria’s website, the bathroom does look like something out of a luxury hotel. Don’t you think?

Adria Adora Caravan

One thing Adria quote on their website about their bathrooms; “Efficient draining and serviceability.” that’s always nice to know.

Bedroom

Now, Adria only seem to have one photo of the bedroom of the Adria Adora Caravan on their website, so I’ll share it here

Adria Adora Caravan Conclusions

Obviously I’m not an Adria expert and although it pains me to say this, for me, they are a bit too contemporary. When I first started caravanning, I was very anti Bailey, Swift, Lunar with their “old fashioned” interiors, their dated decor and indeed just about everything about them. Which is why I bought a Knaus. However, I’ve got older and UK caravans have got better and I think that myself and UK caravan manufacturers have somehow met in the middle. I like things a bit less “contemporary” and they’ve got a bit less “grandad” in their styling.

Adria have gone a bit too far on the contemporary with the Adria Adora Caravan range look for me. However, that’s just my personal opinion. They’re just too different for a knackered old caravanner such as myself. If you’re younger than me, have a growing family then I can see Adria being right up your street.

Personally, I’d buy a Bailey / Swift just from looking at their website, however, as I’m familiar with how they build caravans. With an Adria, I’d have to have a look and a poke, just to satisfy myself. Oh, by the way, I don’t doubt for one minute they’d be any less well built, or use inferior quality products, quite possibly the opposite is true. Vut everything is just so unfamiliar.

You’re right, I’m a coward, I’m off to buy a Adria Adora Caravan right this second! I promise 🙂

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