Top ten caravan and camping sites for your Irish vacation
Where to rough it in the beauty and wonder of the Irish wilderness
Eagle Point Camping provides top standard amenities and a relaxing base for touring the West Cork / South Kerry region. Due to the nature of the terrain at Eagle Point caravan pitches are organised in tiered terraces, overlooking the Bay. Thus, the vast majority of sites have sea views. Tent pitches are stretched out along the peninsula - right down to the waters edge if so desired. Most of the season, visitors can choose their own pitch on arrival.
This part of County Wexford offers many attractions and activities, such as horse riding, pony trekking, fishing and swimming. 30 years of experience has prepared Ocean Island to provide everything one could desire for their holiday. Many customers have become friendly faces, coming back year after year.
9. Barleycove Holiday Park - Skibbereen, Co Cork
At Barleycove, campers will find breathtaking scenery and delightful walks. The holiday park has excellent, four-star facilities to provide visitors with a pleasant stay. The on-site leisure facilities include tennis courts, pitch and put, and indoor/outdoor games.
Situated at the start of the Kerry Way , there is a walk and cycle path leading directly from the caravan park into Killarney National Park and lakes enabling its guests to enjoy the magnificent woodlands, mountains and native deer of Killarney. This site also boasts the nearest located caravan park to Killarney town centre.