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Ireland on the road: 11 unmissable experiences for campervan enthusiasts

Start your irish adventure: a fairy tale journey by campervan

Hello, campervan friends! Are you ready to discover Ireland, a land of enchanting landscapes and fascinating stories? With your campervan, every road becomes an opportunity for new adventures. And thanks to purchasing the 2024 Brit Stops guide directly from the Agricamper website, you can enjoy free stops at Ireland’s most beautiful locations. Buckle up, let’s go!

1. The legendary Cliffs of Moher

Majestic nature and dreamlike views

Begin your journey at the Cliffs of Moher, imposing cliffs that plunge into the Atlantic Ocean. Park your campervan and enjoy a walk along the edge of the cliffs, an experience that will leave you breathless.

2. The Wicklow Way trail

Trekking among forests and mountains

Continue towards the Wicklow Way, Ireland’s longest trail and a true paradise for trekking enthusiasts! Walk through lush forests and beautiful mountain landscapes, completely immersed in Irish nature.

3. Historic Dublin

Culture and urban life

Explore Dublin, the beating heart of the Republic of Ireland. Park your campervan and stroll through its historic streets. Visit Trinity College and admire the Book of Kells, a hand-illuminated ancient manuscript, discover St. Patrick’s Cathedral, considered one of the city’s most significant monuments, and don’t forget to uncover the secrets and history of the much-loved black beer at the world’s most famous brewery.

4. The magic of the Ring of Kerry

Fairy tale landscapes and tradition

The Ring of Kerry is a circular route that will take you through some of Ireland’s most spectacular landscapes. From Killarney to Kenmare, each turn is a new discovery.

5. The Ancient Rock of Cashel

History and architecture

Don’t miss the Rock of Cashel, a complex of medieval buildings that dominate the landscape on a scenic rocky spur. A dive into Irish history awaits you.

6. Enchanting Galway

Music and unique atmosphere

Galway, with its lively streets and folk music, represents the essence of Ireland. Let yourself be carried away by the rhythm of the city.

7. The irresistible charm of Cork

Art and gastronomy

Visiting Cork means immersing yourself in a mix of art, culture, and gastronomy. A must-visit is the English Market, which has become a true institution and a mecca for refined local gastronomy.

8. The quiet beauty of Connemara

Nature and relaxation

Connemara is an area of quiet beauty, with its wild landscapes and crystal-clear lakes. A perfect place for a relaxing stop that encapsulates all the essence of Ireland.

9. The Giant’s Causeway: path of giants

Natural wonders and legends

A must-see in Northern Ireland is the Giant’s Causeway, a unique geological formation in the world, composed of thousands of hexagonal basalt columns. This UNESCO World Heritage Site will not only amaze you with its natural beauty but will also envelop you in its ancient legends.

10. History in Belfast: Titanic Quarter

Culture and industrial history

In Belfast, the Titanic Quarter is an area that cannot be missed on your itinerary. Here you can visit the Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the history of the famous transatlantic liner, built right in the city where the Titanic was constructed.

11. The historic walled city of Derry/Londonderry

Living history and urban culture

Visit Derry, also known as Londonderry, the only completely walled city in Ireland. Walking along its historic walls, you can discover a unique mix of history, art, and culture.

Conclusion: Ireland awaits you!

Are you ready to experience these adventures? Purchase the Brit Stops 2024 guide on the Agricamper website, where you will find facilities where you can stay for free in Ireland. And after discovering the wonders of Ireland, why not extend your journey to Great Britain? Discover our tips for an unforgettable campervan adventure through Great Britain in the dedicated article on the Agricamper blog.

Don’t forget that you can also explore the other European countries members of FEFI by purchasing their guides on our website. Europe by campervan has never been so fascinating!