Summer is here and there’s nothing better than enjoying the season by staying outside as much as possible, right? Camping or glamping (glamorous camping) is a great adventure for those who like to enjoy outdoor environments is camping.
With so many beautiful places to enjoy on the small island nation of Ireland have a look at the different venues below, from locations across the country, all fantastic places where you can embrace and enjoy the rare suns that lasts so little in the country.
Roches Campervan and Campsite – Co. Wexford
This Wexford campground has space for tents, cabins, motorhome lots and trailers. Rates start at 25 euros per night for 5 people. The place offers bicycles for rent, water sports, fishing, internet access, pony ride, among other things. Dogs are welcome at the campsite and barbecues are also allowed. The place overlooks the Bannow bay.
Lough Ree East – Athlone, Co. Westmeath
Located near the town of Athlone in County Westmeath. This campsite is usually open between April and September, which is when the weather is better in Ireland. People who go to the place enjoy the peace and tranquility, as it is a more familiar place. It is a perfect place for fishing, canoeing and windsurfing. The campsite is close to the Breensford River and it is possible to take a cruise on the Shannon River. There is also a recreation room on the premises with a pool table, darts and fireplace. Dogs are also welcome on site.
Clifden Eco Beach Camping & Caravanning Park – Co. Galway
For those with a preference for the beach, then there’s nothing better than a beach campsite in County Galway. Prices can vary between 18 and 60 euros depending on the type of accommodation and number of people. The campsite that defends ecotourism offers different types of tours and activities such as pony rides, deep sea fishing, shore diving, kayaking, among other things.
Eagle Point Camping – Bantry, Co. Cork
The campsite which is located in West Cork has 20 acres and is on Bantry Bay. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, the campsite has different activities to do, they suggest taking their equipment for water sports, since at the right time it is a perfect place to practice water sports, and if it’s windy, even windsurfing is possible. There it is possible to stay in trailers, motorhomes and tents. The place has internet, children’s playground, tennis court, basketball court, soccer field, among other things. The campsite does not accept pets.
Morriscastle Strand – Co. Wexford
Located in County Wexford, this campsite is surrounded by natural dunes, which makes its location very special. The campsite offers pods for people to stay, they start at 140 euros per night in high season. On the website they make it clear that they do not accept large groups of people as it is a family campsite. The place has great facilities and is dog friendly.
This place is different because it offers what they call “Glamping”, it would be a more charming tent, but it also has space for trailers and motorhomes. The place is in County Clare and offers a lot of peace and tranquility. In this campsite, weekly yoga and meditation classes are offered so that people can take time to relax and take care of themselves, as this is one of the ideologies of the place.
Kilkenny Camping or Tree Grove Caravan
Located outside the town of Kilkenny, this family-friendly 1-hectare campsite aims to make people’s lives easier by offering a layout that better suits people camping there. The place has video games, bicycles for rent, a golf course, among other things. Prices can vary between 18 and 33 euros depending on accommodation and number of people.
After seeing these great recommendations, all you have to do is choose the one you like the most and book your stay right away, because the summer of 2021 promises to fill Ireland’s campsites.