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Off A29 (ringroad), 1 mile south of Coleraine midway between Lodge Road and Ballycastle Road ...
For an adventurous outdoor holiday in beautiful West County Cork, travellers can choose the Hideaway Camping and Caravan Park, which is found just outside Skibbereen. The park caters for caravans and motorhomes and has a separate area for tents.
A long-running campsite in County Galway, Salthill Caravan Park has been run by the O'Malley family since 1980. It provides excellent four star facilities on its extensive site, with static mobile homes and a camping area.
Off A2 coast road connection between Limavady and Coleraine (9 miles from each).
A well-maintained and family-run park, Newtown Cove is a wonderful choice for a holiday in County Waterford and the sunny South East. Situated near the cove at Newtown and just 2km from Tramore, the park is ideal for relaxing and active breaks.
Carnfunnock Touring Caravan Park and Camp Site are nestled within Carnfunnock Country Park
Traditional small touring park adjacent to large static park. Only 500 metres from village shops
Conveniently located for visiting historical sites like Newgrange and the Hill of Tara, Lough Ramor Caravan and Camping Park provides visitors with the basic facilities needed for their holiday. The park is just 5km south of Virginia, County Cavan.
The most westerly camp site in Ireland and Europe, Campail Teach an Aragail is a three-star property that prides itself on providing holidaymakers with a comfortable place to stay. The area of Dingle, County Kerry is ideal for nature lovers.
Dungannon Park is a small touring park amidst a 70 acre parkland.
From 75€ per day
From £35 per day
£150 per family of 4 (2 adults/ 2 children)
£65 per day
From £640 per 7 night rental
From €130 per day
€110 per night (sleeps 6)
From €130 pps
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