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A tent in the middle of Wicklow Mountains National Park - Leon Dolman - cc

Camping in Ireland

A tent in the middle of Wicklow Mountains National Park - Leon Dolman - cc


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For the more adventurous among you, camping is one of the cheapest ways to sleep in Ireland without breaking the bank. There are official campsites all over the country where you can easily settle in. These sites often have pleasant settings that will give you a different perspective on Ireland. Their geographical location is often ideal, and you will be able to enjoy beautiful views of mountains, beaches and lakes. All you have to do is select them carefully!

Camping in Ireland

An economical solution to be as close as possible to Irish nature

Du camping de nuit - Christian McLeod

Overnight camping – Christian McLeod

Your tent is ready, securely attached to your backpack and you are ready to camp all over Ireland? You’re all set! All you have to do is travel around Ireland and spend each night of your stay in one of the countless campsites on the island!

On the comfort side, it is important to know that Ireland is a humid region whatever the season. This means that you need to be well organised and equipped with the right equipment:

  • a waterproof tent with a reinforced floor
  • a camping mattress to avoid an uncomfortable diaper
  • a good duvet capable of keeping you warm in temperatures below 5°C
  • warm clothing
  • a flashlight
  • a mosquito net and mosquito repellent adapted to counter the midges .

For any reservation, do not hesitate to consult our directory of good addresses in Ireland as well as the national Irish website dedicated to Irish campsites:

WARNING: We do not recommend that you pitch your tent anywhere. Wild camping is subject to repression in Ireland.





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