Nagle’s Doolin Camping Park
Ireland, Shannon, Co. Clare, Doolin
- +353 65 707 4458
- Mid March - Mid October.
Alan Rogers Review
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 metres from the ferry, which zips across to the sparsely populated Aran Islands in 20 minutes. The nearby village of Doolin, famed for its traditional music, has a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs with lively, impromptu music sessions. Walkers and nature lovers will be in their element here, with wonderful trails and signposted coastal walks along the eight-kilometre headland. From here, there are magnificent panoramic views out to the Aran Islands and spectacular seascapes over the bay to Connemara.
The site has 99 pitches, including 76 level hardstandings (all with 10A electricity and 21 also with water and drainage) and grass pitches for tents. They are not separated by hedges, but the site is divided into bays by limestone walls. Three new camping pods are available for hire. There is excellent WiFi coverage over the whole site.
One modern, well equipped toilet block is unheated but has good facilities including hot showers (€1) and en-suite unit for disabled visitors. Laundry facilities (charged). Kitchen with cooking rings (charged), fridge/freezer and sinks with hot water. Motorhome services. Shop (June-Aug). Gas. Games room. Play area. WiFi throughout.
From Limerick take N85 round Ennis to Ennistymon, then N67 towards Lisdoonvarna. After 11 km. turn left onto R478 and then onto the R479 for Doolin and then Doolin Pier. Site signed. From Galway take N18 and then in 20 km. N67 to Lisdoonvarna and follow signs as above.Link to campsite location map on google
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