Travelling to Ireland by motorhome

Through Ireland by motorhome

In Ireland the rough nature calls to be explored, almost nowhere in Europe you’ll find such pristine nature as you’ll find it here. Spread all over the country there are a lot of natural gems which are perfect to visit by motorhome. Besides the beautiful nature, the country offers a ton of very nice pubs where you can get to know the Irish culture with a pint of Guinness in your hand in one of the cozy pubs. Cheers! 

Bíodh turas deas agat! Safe travels!


Capital                         Dublin
Population                 4.90 million (2019)
Official language      Irish & English
Surface                        69.825 km2
Currency                     Euro
Total motorhomes   unknown

Motorhome stopovers in Ireland

Ireland is a great natural paradise, go hiking or cycling through this beautiful nature or enjoy the beautiful cliffs that this country has to offer.

Click here to discover Ireland

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Camperstops in Ireland

Askeaton Leisurecenter ireland
Cliffs of Moher, Liscannor Ireland
Camperstop Castletownbere Ireland
Portumna Marina, Portumna Ireland
Ardmore Seaview Motorhome Park Ireland
Norman View Motorhome Park, Fethard-on-Sea Ireland
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Motorhome-trip through Ireland

Ireland is the perfect destination for an alternation between nature and city. Throughout the whole country you’ll find typical Irish cities like Dublin, Cork and Galway, but nature is also to be explored in all of Ireland. Of course you have got the Irish coast with sights like the Cliffs of Moher, but the national parks like Killarney National Park are also worth a visit during your motorhoe trip. We can conclude that there’s enough to explore in rough Ireland!

Ireland Camperstop Sneem
Ireland Middleton Jameson

Motorhome stopovers in Ireland

Sadly, there aren’t a lot of stopovers to be found in Ireland (yet). Throughout the country you’ll find approximately 50 official stopovers, of which a lot are situated extremely beautiful! Most of them are situated near the coast, close to the city of Cork for example. One of the most beautiful camper places on the west coast might be the one at the famous Cliffs of Moher, where you find yourself at a set of rough limestone cliffs. But more inlands there are also a bunch of stopovers, like the one in the alternating Wicklow Mountains National Park, where you can go out for a nice walk.