Take an Amazing trip Around Ireland With Campervan Ireland.
The best way to see Ireland is to take an epic road trip around the country and explore the breathtaking scenery, quaint old villages, and everything else this wonderful country has to offer. One of the best things about exploring Ireland in a motorhome is that you can explore as many regions as you'd like and really get a feel for the country in a short amount of time, like a weekend trip.
Campervan Ireland is located in Dublin and the perfect location to start your trip. You can catch a few of the incredible sights in the capital city before you start your campervan adventure to explore the countryside of Ireland.
Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is the most well-known route that runs the entire length along the west coast of the Republic of Ireland. It starts in County Cork and runs through various coastal towns, including Galway, and ends in County Donegal in the north. This is the most famous route for anyone who wants to take a weekend trip or discover Ireland in a motorhome.
You'll be impressed by the rugged coastline, winding roads, and beautiful stops along the way that make for the perfect vacation. The entire Wild Atlantic Way is nearly 1,600 miles long. So if you're looking for culture, great food, adventure, hiking, there's definitely a part of the Wild Atlantic Way for you!
Most people who do the West Atlantic Way from Dublin will head straight across the country's main highway to County Galway. Galway is a great city to start your journey on the West Atlantic Way and is only about a two-hour drive from Dublin. Here you'll find a city that is full of history, festivals, and pubs to enjoy before you go on your adventure.
There are two types of places that you can stop with your campervan overnight in Ireland, including campsites, approved motorhome parking, and wild camping. There are many campsites throughout Ireland and several close to the Wild Atlantic Way. Camps in Ireland range from basic necessities to having an abundance of amenities like pools, dancing, and entertainment.
Wild camping is also an option, especially since you'll have a campervan with you! This means that you can pitch your tent or campervan in the wild without the confines of a campsite on open land and get back into the rural feeling of camping. One thing to keep in mind for campervans is that you won't be allowed to park on private or public property without permission. You can always ask, and there are many tools to help you find locations online! Most are free or lower cost than campsites.
The West Island Way is the best way to experience the true nature of Ireland, and the best way to drive it is with a campervan. So make sure to reach out to Campervan Ireland to help you build your dream vanlife vacation to Ireland and the West Atlantic Way!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the price of hiring a camper?
The prices of our campers vary due to variables such as the size of the camper and the time of the year. You can access our pricelist here.
Do I need to pay a security deposit?
Yes, we require a £1,500 insurance deposit which you will get back on safe return of the camper. A 25% deposit of your total cost is required to secure the booking.
What age do I have to be to drive the camper?
You must be between ages 23 and 75.
What type of licence do I need?
A normal category B licence is fine to drive our campers. You are however required to have held your licence for a minimum of 2 years.
Where do I collect the camper from?
We are based at 16 Mullaghteige Rd, The Bush, Dungannon BT71 6QU
What are collection and drop-off times?
The campervan can be collected anytime between business opening hours 8:30am-6pm. Outside of these hours are available but may incur a charge.
Are there additional costs for excess mileage?
No, there are no extra costs for this.
What all is included in the price?
The price you receive for your holiday will include insurance and one tank of gas.
Where should I leave my car?
You are welcome to leave your car with us, in our secure yard whilst you are away.
What airports can I get picked up and dropped off?
We service all airports in Northern Ireland and Dublin Airport in the Republic of Ireland. When booking please add this option to your booking if it is required.