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This neat and tidy seaside site is located just one kilometre from the dramatic cliffs of Moher, a UNESCO Global Geopark, and just a few...

There is a heart of the country feel about this ‘on the farm’ site, yet the city of Cork is only an 8 km. drive...

In the small country village of Redcross, in the heart of County Wicklow, this is a first rate, family run park. It is within easy...

The owners of one of Ireland’s newest parks, George and Rosaline Drew, are campers themselves and have set about creating an idyllic park in an...

With a location set right in the heart of Co. Kerry, Glenross Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Park is situated on the spectacular Ring of Kerry...

This pleasant, level park occupies over seven hectares on both banks of the pretty Avonmore River near the small town of Rathdrum. It has 11...

The main road from Cork to Killarney (N22) runs through the gentle valley of the River Flesk. Between the two sits Fleming’s White Bridge camping...

Gurteen Bay Caravan and Camping Park is situated just 50 m. from the beach and the sea, with wonderful views out over the bay and...

Beechgrove Caravan and Camping Park is an established, family-run site that caters for touring caravans, campervans, motorhomes and tents. With panoramic views overlooking Killarney's lower...

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The Healy Pass is the well known scenic summit of the R574 road that crosses the Beara Peninsula, shortening the original journey from Kenmare Bay...

This is a small site facing resolutely out to sea on the beautiful Doonbeg Bay and just a short walk from Doonbeg village. The site...

Located in the grounds of an elegant country estate, this is a popular park. In an attractive, sheltered area of the parkland, set in the...

Well-run and friendly, this attractive small park is only five minutes walk from the beautiful Newtown Cove. It offers views of the famous and historic...

This is an ideal location for those seeking a real Irish village experience in a ‘value for money’ park. Small, unpretentious and family-run, it is...

Midway between the towns of Bantry and Glengarriff, the spectacular peninsula of Eagle Point juts into Bantry Bay. The first impression is of a spacious...

What adds to the popularity of this site is its location, nestling between the slopes of the Knockalla Mountains and Ballymastocker Bay amidst the breathtaking...

This park is in the village of Fossa, ten minutes by car or bus (six per day) from Killarney town centre. Fossa Caravan Park has...

This seaside park is located on 20 acres of undulating grass on a sandy base, with natural protection from the coastal breezes of the famous...

This small, family run site is situated close to the village of Castlegregory, Co. Kerry. With direct access to an Atlantic Coast beach, just metres...

This attractive family-run park is ever popular due to its location just 3 km from Adare, often referred to as Ireland’s prettiest village. The thatched...

Ireland

A land of Celtic myth, music and warm hospitality, the Republic of Ireland has earned a reputation as the ideal place to unwind. From the wild western coast with its rugged headlands to the cosmopolitan city of Dublin, it has all the ingredients for a great holiday.

Thanks to the extended opening dates of many campsites, camping in Ireland is a year round activity. Walking and cycling through this scenic country is a joy in all seasons, and wild swimmers will love a bracing dip in Lough Tay in the Wicklow Mountains whatever the time of year. The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland’s most beautiful and popular routes, leading visitors through 179km of lush green countryside and taking in spectacular views.

For culture lovers, camping in Ireland offers an opportunity to get immersed in the energy its cities. Discover why poets and writers fell in love with Dublin, now a UNESCO World City of Literature, wander the streets of Galway and soak up its atmosphere, or join in some festival fun in Limerick. There’s always something to celebrate in Ireland’s friendly towns.

Find a range of campsites in Ireland with Alan Rogers.