Coastal mountains, excellent beaches, lush vegetation and magnificent castles can all be found dotted throughout Ireland. These things together with its famous natural sites, such as the Giant’s Causeway, Brú na Boinne and the Cliffs of Moher, make Ireland the perfect campervan holiday destination, as its roads are in excellent condition and camping sites can be found everywhere.
Ireland is not big, so it is easy to traverse the entire country by self-drive, stopping in to see all of its famous and not so famous sites. A campervan is a popular way to do this and is also very cost-effective. Couples, families and friends can discover all that ‘the Emerald Isle’ has to offer in comfort without time restrictions that trains and buses put on travelers.
Ireland’s campervan selection is excellent and there are depots in Dublin’s city center as well as at the airport, making it easy to pick up a vehicle most suited to your needs to enjoy a lovely campervan holiday in Ireland. Since Dublin is the main gateway into the country it is the perfect place to pick up a campervan to explore around in.
Models available here can sleep from two to six people and come equipped with a gas stove and a refrigerator. Spaceships Beta 2 Berth is ideal for couples wishing to enjoy a budget holiday in Ireland, while the larger Celtic Campervan Group B 4/6 Berth – S430 is a great choice for families or couples looking for extra space and comfort.
Once you are in the campervan of your choice you will be able to see just how much Ireland is the perfect destination for a campervan holiday. There is no better way to discover its picturesque landscapes, visit its beaches, explore its magnificent MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and see its impressive castles.
Explore the East Coast and Midlands region and visit the haunted Charleville Castle, the Japanese Gardens near Kildare and the Cooley Mountains. Continue to the Southeast and relax on stunning beaches, wander around the picturesque town of Carlow or explore the Dunmore Caves. The famous Ring of Kerry can be visited in Southwest Ireland, while the magnificent Cliffs of Moher are in Ireland’s Shannon region.
Northwest Ireland is the least visited region in the country, though it is arguably the most beautiful in terms of natural scenery and is a great place to explore by campervan. Here, motorists will find world-class beaches, sweeping cliffs and table mountains. Drive along the scenic Inishowen 100 circuit or around the lovely Finn Valley.
There is so much stunning scenery in Ireland that it is no wonder why it is a popular campervan holiday destination. As a result it is highly recommended to book a vehicle well in advance to ensure you are as comfortable as possible while exploring this picturesque country.
About the author: Henryka is a travel copywriter and works with travel magazine. She has booked motorhome in Ireland and write about the lifestyle, culture, history, traditions, festivals, fairs and events in Ireland.