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Beautifully situated near the shores of Lough Corrib in Cong Village, County Mayo, Cong Caravan and Camping Park is an excellent choice for a base for touring the West of Ireland. The three-star park is family run and offers quality facilities.
Atlantic Caravan Park is located within an unspoiled environment, adjacent to the beach, Enniscrone Village and golf course. The caravan site covers an are of 40 acres with privately owned mobile homes and some privately owned timber chalets.
A wonderful caravan and camping accommodation for anyone wishing to discover the South West of Ireland, Eagle Point Camping is located in Ballylickey, County Cork. The four-star site offers extensive and well-maintained facilities.
A friendly, family-run park set in Doolin Village, County Clare, Doolin Riverside Caravan and Camping offers three-star facilities and an ideal location. The park overlooks the river, and is within walking distance of the local pubs and shops.
Beautifully positioned overlooking Dundalk Bay in County Louth, Gyles Quay Caravan and Camping Park is an expanse of 3 hectares. The four-star park provides all the facilities one could desire, including a camper's kitchen, food shop and games room.
Green Adventure is a one star Caravan and Camping Park in Knockatomcoyle, Tinahey, County Wicklow.
Off A2 coast road between Limavady and Coleraine. Follow signs for Benone.
Ideal for families, Nore Valley Park is a campsite as well as an activity centre and open farm. The park is located in Bennettsbridge, County Kilkenny and stretches out over nearly 2 hectares. Many facilities and leisure pursuits are provided.
A friendly, family-run site, Corofin Village Camping and Caravan is ideally positioned in Corofin, County Clare, just steps from shops, a pub and restaurant. The campsite caters for caravans, campervans and tents.
From 75€ per day
From £85 per day (2 persons)
€110 per night (sleeps 6)
£150 per family of 4 (2 adults/ 2 children)
From €130 pps
From €130 per day
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