7 Best Campsites in Ireland for Van Lifers in 2021

Ireland is a place to visit not only for its beauty and history, but because of its lively atmosphere. We’ve narrowed it down to the 7 best campsites, scattered across the country, all ready for you to pitch at!

1. Camac Valley Tourist Caravan & Camping Park, County Dublin
N 53.30424, W 6.41461
€35 for two people/ night.

2. Morriscastle Strand Holiday Park, County Wexford
N 52.51685, W 6.23816
€30 for two people/ night.

3. Mannix Point, County Kerry
N 51.94258, W 10.24361
€25 for two people/night

4. Wave Crest Caravan & Camping Park, County Kerry
51.758788, -10.091141
€25 for two people/night

5. Pure Camping, County Clare
52.631160, -9.598335
€12 for one adult/night

6. The Apple Camping & Caravan Park, County Tipperary
52.376814, -7.842447
€15 for two adults/night

7. Glengarriff Caravan and Camping Park, County Cork
N 51.73649, W 9.55884
€30 for two people/night

Enjoy!

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Adventure Guide to Ireland

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Bloomsbury Publishing. 2020

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Alan Rogers Guides. 2011

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