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Camping in South West Ireland

19 campsites in Ireland, South West

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Glenross Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Park is situated on the spectacular Ring of Kerry and the Kerry Way footpath giving it an immediate advantage. Scenic...

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...

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...

Sexton’s is an unpretentious site that has been in existence for over 50 years. The park, which is just under two hectares, offers just 3...

Five minutes from Kenmare Bay, The Peacock is a unique location for campers who appreciate the natural world, where disturbance to nature is kept to...

It would be difficult to imagine a more dramatic location than Wave Crest on the Ring of Kerry coast. Huge boulders and rocky outcrops tumble...

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...

This family run park is located in the heart of Kerry, on the gateway to the Dingle peninsula and just north of the Ring of...

Of County Kerry’s three long, finger like peninsulas which jut into the sea, Dingle is the most northerly. Anchor Caravan Park is 20 km. west...

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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 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 family site is located in the heart of West Cork, near Ireland’s Atlantic coast amid nine miles of beautiful walking trails in an area...

A tranquil, beautifully located seashore park, it is no exaggeration to describe Mannix Point as a nature lovers’ paradise. Situated in one of the most...

The picturesque stretch of coast from Cork to Skibbereen reminds British visitors of Devon before the era of mass tourism. This is rich dairy country...

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 is a very pleasing, small touring park, surrounded by green fields, yet only five minutes away from Killarney town. There are many trees 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...

At the gateway to the National Park and Lakes, near Killarney town, this family run, seven-acre park has undergone extensive development and offers high quality...

A sister park to The Meadow at Glandore, the Hideaway is ideally situated as a touring base for the West Cork region. It is a...

South West

The Cork/Kerry area is famed for its stunning, white sandy stretches of beach, many of which have ‘Blue Flag’ status. Killarney is a lovely place to visit, with its many lakes, a national park and the beautiful peninsula of Dingle. The nearby ‘Ring of Kerry’ has some magnificent scenery and plenty of things to see and do.