Camping Ireland

When you go camping on the Emerald Isle you’re guaranteed a holiday to remember. With its lush green landscapes, amazing mountains and stunning coastlines (with myths and legends at every turn), Ireland has a million stories to tell.

Campsites in Southern Ireland are where you will receive a warm, Irish welcome and enjoy life at an easier pace. The Irish culture includes a fascinating mix of music, art and literature with Irish cities and towns protecting a proud history with a modern zest for life.

No visit to campsites in the Republic of Ireland would be complete without an evening at the pub. Especially in rural areas, the pub is more than just a place to have a drink; it is where the community comes together. Here you can (perhaps with a smooth glass of Guinness in your hand) enjoy traditional Irish food, listen to a poetry reading, join in with a spontaneous music session or simply ‘put the world to rights’ with new found friends.

Salthill

Salthill

Located on the Connemara south coast with Galway Bay beach just half a mile away, this site is ideal for families or couples who are looking for a well run, simple site. Fantastic scenery surrounds the site and you are a stone’s throw away from lively Galway city, offering the best of both worlds.

Great site for culture
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples
Great site for culture
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples

Ballinacourty House

Ballinacourty House

Pitch up at Ballinacourty House site and immerse yourself in the welcoming, peaceful atmosphere. If you’re feeling adventurous why not enjoy the world renowned Ballyhoura cycle trail? It's the longest trail network of its kind in Ireland, and is just a 20 minute drive from the site.

Great site for culture
Great site for couples
Top site for walking
Great site for culture
Great site for couples
Top site for walking

Camac Valley

Camac Valley

Campsites near Dublin are the perfect base for exploring the capital and Carmac Valley is just 8 miles from the city centre. The site is situated next to the beautiful Corkagh Park which is ideal for four legged friends who need to stretch their legs.

Great site for culture
Great site for short breaks
Great site for couples
Great site for culture
Great site for short breaks
Great site for couples

Westport House

Westport house

The Westport House campsite is situated in the superb grounds of the Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park. At just a short stroll from Westport and Clew bay, this site is in a great location for filling your lungs with the Atlantic Sea air.

Great site for activities & entertainment
Great site for families
Top site for walking
Great site for activities & entertainment
Great site for families
Top site for walking

Fossa

Fossa

Fossa campsite is an excellent base for exploring the beautiful Ring of Kerry. The nearby town of Killarney is very popular with its traditional Irish music in abundance and a wide range of shops - you can even get a bus there from the campsite entrance.

Great site for culture
Great site for short breaks
Great site for couples
Great site for culture
Great site for short breaks
Great site for couples

ABTA protected

ABTA


Find out more about the benefits of booking with an ABTA member. Please see our booking conditions for individual travel and European Escorted Tours for information on how financial protection applies to your booking. 

Before booking and travelling, please refer to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office advice on passports, visas and health and safety.
 


Prices and booking

Booking your holiday to Ireland is easy. You can book your campsite, ferry, Eurotunnel, rally and/or insurance all through us. Either book online or call us on 02476 422 024.

Remember to have your membership number along with your car and unit details to hand. If you are not already a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club why not join today and receive a whole host of benefits?

Why not fly to Europe and hire a motorhome when you get there? Our European motorhome rentals give you many options to choose from.

If you would like something a bit different why not join our 21 day escorted tour of Ireland, which combines the independence of a camping holiday with a package of escorted visits. Tour highlights include the Antrim coast, Belfast and the Titanic museum, Dublin, Connemara, Dingle and the Ring of Kerry.

Need more information before you book? Take a look at our online brochures or read our information about travelling in Ireland.