Where can I go in Ireland with a motorhome?
The emerald eye: 5 of Ireland’s most scenic campervan journeys
- The Copper Coast: Waterford. Tramore Beach (Shutterstock)
- The Slea Head Drive: Dingle Peninsula. Coumeenoole (Martin Dorey)
- The Antrim Glens. Glenariff Falls (Martin Dorey)
- The Shannon Waterway.
- From Clifden to Westport.
Can I travel to Ireland in a motorhome?
Ireland DOES have many places where motorhomes and campervans can stay overnight- with permission. But they don’t work in the same way as aires.
Can you stop anywhere in a motorhome?
The feeling of freedom when picking up your motorhome is truly unique. Once those keys are in the ignition and the seatbelt is clicked in, you can go anywhere, at any time, stopping whenever you feel like it, and staying in each place as long as you choose. There really are no other forms of travel quite like it.
Can you free camp in Ireland?
“Wild” camping (i.e. camping outside of a site) is allowed in much of Ireland, especially near the sea and in national parks. Generally, even if a landowner has given you their blessing, do not light fires or disrupt the camping area. Leave nothing behind and take nothing but memories.
How do I register my van as a camper in Ireland?
You will need to give them the original vehicle registration certificate and sign the RF111 form. When they are happy, you will pay the motor tax and then receive the new logbook for the vehicle stating that the class has changed from Commercial (C) to campervan (M1).
Are ferries going to Ireland?
Stena Line, P&O Ferries and Irish Ferries are popular ferry operators who sail to Ireland from Britain. Ferries from Scotland to Northern Ireland including Cairnryan to Larne and Cairnryan to Belfast are good alternatives for crossing the Irish sea.
Can I take my motorhome to France now?
All you need to do now is go through French Passport Control and you’re ready to start your adventure. One of the benefits of travelling with a caravan or motorhome is that you can take as much luggage as you can fit in your vehicle, meaning you have no restrictions on the amount you pack.