Another great option to consider is camper hire providing your accommodation and transport in one!
Lazy Days VW campers are warm, reliable, and very economical - ideal for trouble free touring and camping. Their small size makes them easy to drive, ideal for negotiating Ireland’s typically small roads, towns & villages.
We are very happy help you plan a truly unique holiday. We have lots of trip ideas, recommended routes, destinations, and campsites to share with you. We are always only a phone call or email away and are happy to help you throughout your booking and holiday experience. In Ireland, we are incredibly fortunate to have the freedom to explore some of the most beautiful landscapes and wilderness in the world in relative peace and quiet. Here are some high-level suggestions to start with:Newgrange
: Ireland’s 5000-year-old Neolithic Passage Grave and interpretive center. We highly recommend this experienceIreland's Ancient East
comprises an area in the East and South East of Ireland and is packed full of culture and antiquities. If you like culture and interested in discovering lots of heritage and history, then this is for you!T here are seven different suggested driving routes / itineraries within the Ancient East zone.
If you wish to travel West then The Wild Atlantic Way
offers breath-taking scenery all along the West Coast of Ireland. You could even take a trip out to one of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay to get an insight into the traditional Irish way of life. There are far too many attractions along the WAW to detail here, but a few worthy of mention are Glenveagh National Park, the Ring of Kerry, Killarney National Park, Dingle Peninsula, The Burren,Cliffs of Moher, Connemara & Kylemore Abbey. There WAW has been divided into the following bite sized regions: Northern Headlands
, Surf Coast
, Bay Coast
, Southern Peninsulas
, Haven Coast
If you are traveling North then have a look at the Causeway Coastal Route
. This route takes in the stunning rugged north coast and includes some great highlights like the Giants Causeway, Belfast, the Titanic Museum, Dunluce and Carrickfergus Castles and the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge to name but a few.
If you like the sound of any of these trip ideas we would be very happy to give you more detailed advice and can also recommend our favorite campsites along the route.
Best wishes, Sue