Touring caravan sites in Republic of Ireland
Tour the Republic of Ireland in your caravan or motorhome for a magical mystery tour of ancient landscape, mysterious castles and lively cities. It’s compact enough to explore it all.
Your first stop should be Dublin, enjoy a Guinness or two in the lively city centre and then take the short drive south to the Wicklow Mountains – be sure to climb up Kippure, it’s the highest point in Ireland.
Head south to Cork for spectacular views of the Mizen Peninsula – oh, and don’t forget to kiss the Blarney Stone before you leave.
Drive north in your caravan or motorhome to the smaller cities of Limerick and Galway, you’ll be blown away by the rugged coastal scenery on the way.
We recommend that you book a stay at the following caravan sites in the Republic of Ireland – all have been inspected by us – so you can expect high standards.
At a glance
When to go: summer
Don’t miss: Blarney Stone
Motorway speed limit: 50mph (caravan) 74mph (motorhome under 3.5t) 50mph (motorhome over 3.5t)
Driving tip: get a good GPS
How do I book an overseas site?
Overseas site bookings can be made online or by phoning 01342 316 101. Discounts are common when you combine a site booking with your ferry.
Does the Club take deposits for overseas bookings?
You can choose to pay a £75 deposit on campsite bookings, if your departure date is over eight weeks away. The outstanding balance must be cleared eight weeks before travel.
Is the standard of overseas sites similar to that of the UK?
European sites are star-rated by local authorities and will have different standards and regulations to the UK. The Club's site inspectors ensure they are of a high standard for our members.
How do I purchase Camping Cheques?
A minimum of five Camping Cheques must be bought along with a ferry crossing as a package. You can purchase your cheques and ferry via the Club by calling the Travel Team on 01342 316 101.
This is my first visit abroad with my caravan/motorhome. How can the Club help?
The Club's first time abroad section explains everything you need to know about going on your first overseas touring holiday.