From the vibrancy of Belfast to the stark beauty of the Giant’s Causeway, camping in Northern Ireland opens up a world of ancient legend and diverse scenery. Fermanagh’s predominant features are its lakes and waterways, which provide a haven for boating, fishing and watersports. Conversely, the Sperrin mountains rise and fall over the northeast of County Tyrone and are a picturesque walking spot.
Campsite in Northern Ireland
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A trip to the Giant’s Causeway with its black basalt columns is a must when you’re camping in Northern Ireland. With its roots in the myth of Fionn Mac Cumhaill (Finn McCool), a warrior giant, it is breath-taking in its geometric splendour. The Causeway coastline stretches out from here, its sandy shores and little bays providing a beautiful place to bathe.
Cultural excursions might include a visit to the town of Enniskillen with its historic buildings and 16th century castle, or to the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast where the Titanic was built. The adjacent Titanic Experience provides visitors with an educational look at the famous ship’s construction and voyage.
For details of campsites in Northern Ireland, select from our listing below, which includes both Alan Rogers inspected sites and other options.