Belfast to Dublin
Pick up your motorhome from our partner in Belfast. Visit the Titanic Exhibition and the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum while in the city. Head towards the Republic of Ireland and arrive in Dublin within a couple of hours.
A place to stay: Camac Valley Camping Park
Dublin to Wexford
Take the coastal route and visit resorts like Bray, Greystones and Wicklow. Wexford is a bustling town and the cornerstone of Ireland’s Ancient East, steeped in heritage.
A place to stay: Ferrybank Caravan Park
Wexford to Cork
Another interesting drive takes you south to Cork. Fota Wildlife Park and Blarney Castle are found near the city. Cork is known as foodie heaven - some of Ireland’s best restaurants are on the doorstep.
A place to stay: Barleycove Holiday Park
Cork to Killarney
Travel via Bantry Bay towards Ireland’s adventure capital . Killarney is full of history, activities and world class hospitality. Nearby Dingle is a popular place to visit too.
A place to stay: Fossa Caravan Park
Killarney to Limerick
An historic city with a 13th century castle along the banks of the River Shannon. St Mary’s Cathedral is another building worth visiting. Nearby Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a “must do” on any visit to the area.
A place to stay: Curraghchase Caravan Park
Limerick to Galway
Drive through the Burren in Co Clare. Visit the Cliffs of Moher and the Ailwee Caves before arriving in Galway, Ireland’s city of music. A walk down Shop Street, with its buskers and music pouring from every nook and cranny, is an experience not to be missed.
A place to stay: Salthill Caravan Park
Galway to Sligo
An enjoyable drive along the Wild Atlantic Way through Co Mayo, passing through Westport and Ballina, before arriving in Co Sligo. The beaches at Enniscrone and Aughris Head are stunning.
A please to stay: The Beach Bar Campsite
Sligo to Letterkenny
Drive north into Co Donegal, stopping at some of the many villages along the way. Visit Donegals slice of the Amazon, or take in the views on the Fanad Peninsula Scenic Drive.
A place to stay: Casey’s Caravan Park
Letterkenny to Ballycastle
Visit the world-famous Giants Causeway and the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, or set sail for picturesque Rathlin Island.
A place to stay: Causeway Coast Holiday Park
Ballycastle to Belfast
Head back to drop off your motorhome, perhaps stopping to climb Slemish Mountain in Co Antrim, where St Patrick tended sheep, before arriving in Belfast.