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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.
Beautifully positioned overlooking Bantry Bay near Castletownbere, County Cork, Berehaven Camper and Amenity Park is set on the same property as Berehaven Golf Club. Visitors can enjoy golf, hill walking, tennis and fishing in the vicinity.
Caravan park off B62 Ballymoney to Portrush Road.
Green Acres Caravan Park has provided travellers with a quality campsite in County Kerry for more than 20 years. Found near Castlegregory in Aughacasla, the park is located on the Dingle Peninsula, which offers many attractions and activities.
Green Acres is located mid-route, and directly on the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ at Doonaha, which is in the hearth of the beautiful E.D.E.N. (European Destination of Excellence 2010) award winning, Loop Head Peninsula.
A beautifully located park found near Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Mannix Point boasts a long stretch of waterfront. Established in 1984, the park continues to provide campers with quality facilities, including a charming sitting room with turf fire.
Lakeside Holiday Park is an attractive locale situated on the shores of Lough Derg, near the village of Mountshannon, County Clare. The area is full of natural beauty with both land- and water-based activities on offer.
A family-run park, Anchor Caravan Park prides itself on providing outstanding facilities for campers and caravanners visiting County Kerry. The park is located adjacent to a beach in Castlegregory, which is near Tralee.
3 miles South of Kilkee, signposted Cranfield East. From Newry (A2 to Kilkeel)
Beautifully positioned on the Ring of Kerry, Glen Ross Caravan and Camping Park is a wonderful base for exploring the West. Set near Glenbeigh Village,e and relaxing breaks.
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