Rent a motorhome in Ireland

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Campervan hire in Ireland

With dramatic coastlines, fascinating history and numerous fantastic pubs and bars, campervan hire in Ireland has so much to offer as a holiday option! With beautiful scenery to be found across the whole of Eire, it makes sense to have a means of getting around that can also double up as accomodation for your holiday. Campervan hire in Ireland could be the perfect solution to this, as it would make for a pleasant drive along the charming country roads between towns. Why not take the van you rent on a drive down the Atlantic coast on the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’? It is one of our favourites and if you have the time you could also explore the Southeast coast too! With Goboony your motorhome hire in Ireland will be safe, reliable and fun! We'll get you directly in touch with a private owner, who can give you the best tips and tricks - including where to get a good cheap pint of guinness! Search through our motorhome hire options in Ireland to find the perfect van for you, and then enjoy an amazing roadtrip on the Ring of Kerry.

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Campsites in Ireland

Finding campsites in ireland is no difficult task, there are sites spread throughout the country. Hy Breasal in Connaught county is a great place to stay over for the night. It is situated just over the bridge to Achill island, where you can enjoy the wild majesty of the Atlantic without being too exposed to it. As you reach the south coast, just past the village of Courtmacsherry stop off at the tucked away Harbour View Dunes campsite, a beautiful sandy spot that as you might expect provides a picturesque view of the harbour. Just remember that it is a small site and free to stay at, so you should check availability to make sure you have a spot when you get there.

Things to do in Ireland

Of the many things to do in Ireland, one thing that is always recommended is to take things slow and relax. You can enjoy a much more relaxed pace of life in the Irish countryside so make sure to embrace it and not be in a rush. The other thing is to keep in mind that you may want to plan your next trip sooner than you think! There is something about visiting the emerald isle that will just make you want to come back (perhaps it’s how lovely and relaxed everything is).

One of the most renowned journeys you can do in a motorhome in Ireland is the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ a route that roughly circumnavigates two thirds of the island, focusing on the western coastline. Since a lot of the route involves being sandwiched between the awesome Atlantic ocean and the gorgeous rolling hills and mountains of the west coast it is easy to lose yourself in the nature that surrounds you. If you are a history fan make sure to check out Ireland’s many historical attractions, such as the Newgrange Stone Age monument in the Boyne Valley or the Hill of Tara which according to tradition was the seat of the High King of Ireland.

Events in Ireland

While there are many events in Ireland from food festivals to history days, one event really stands out. If you are lucky enough to be there in mid March, you will likely find yourself involved in some memorable revelry for St Patrick’s day! For the ultimate experience of celebrating Irish culture on this day, head into Dublin for the 17th March to see the street parade that covers much of the city and is full of dazzling colours and amazing craftsmanship. It really seems to get better every year, so if you missed out on this year be sure to head there for the next one! 

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