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Camping in West Ireland

10 campsites in Ireland, West

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What appeals most about this campsite is its quiet, ‘heart of the countryside’ location and well-kept appearance. Attractively laid out amidst undulating grass areas, trees...

This caravan and camping park is set deep in the 320 hectares of the Lough Key Forest Park. Comprising mixed woodland including giant red cedar...

This is a park offering a taste of island life and the opportunity to relax in dramatic, scenic surroundings. Achill, Ireland’s largest island, is 2...

Belleek has a quiet woodland setting, only minutes from Ballina, a famed salmon fishing centre. With excellent pitches and toilet block, the family owners are...

Lough Lannagh is an attractive holiday village on the lakeshore, which comprises quality accommodation, self-catering cottages and a caravan park. A lakeside path takes you...

It would be difficult to find a more idyllic and famous spot for a caravan park than Cong. Situated close to the shores of Lough...

Salthill Caravan Park was first opened in 1960 and has been run by the O’Malley family ever since. The park comprises five acres of mobile...

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...

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...

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...

West

The west of Ireland has lots to offer. Mayo alone has more than 3,000 historic and archaeological sites including great houses, ancient abbeys and castles plus over a dozen Blue Flag beaches. Further south the vibrant city of Galway has many attractions – beautiful buildings, medieval streets, shops and of course the famous Galway oyster festival.