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Bundoran

By David Lonergan

Surfs up at Tullan Strand

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Tramore

By David Lonergan

The view from Tramore Camping Park in Donegal

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Strandhill camping Park

By David Lonergan

Mountain view from Strandhill Caravan Park

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Donegal Campsites

Donegal Campsites

Strandhill

By David Lonergan

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Star Of the Sea Caravan Park

Star Of the Sea Caravan Park

Donegal

Star of the Sea Caravan Park

By David Lonergan

Address: Star of the Sea Caravan & Camping Park Contact Phone: 087 2584821 Directions: Coast Road in Bundoran opposite the…

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Narin Caravan Park

Narin Caravan Park

Donegal

Narin

By David Lonergan

Address: Narin Caravan Park- Portnoo Contact Phone: 074 9545131 Email: Directions: This park is adjacent to Portnoo Golf Links  …

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Boyles Caravan & Camping Park

Boyles Caravan & Camping Park

Donegal

Sunshine in Narin

By David Lonergan

Address: Boyles Caravan & Camping Park Contact Phone: 086 8523131 Email: Directions: Take R261 off the N56 to Narin ,…

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Almost the end of the trip

By David Lonergan

The culprit leading to the broken roof

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Bunmahon wild camping spot

Bunmahon wild camping spot

nice beach views

By David Lonergan

Wild camping spot at West end os Bunmahon beach

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Bunmahon wild camping spot

Bunmahon wild camping spot

car park for wild camping

By David Lonergan

get here early for a good spot

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Inchadonney in West Cork

Inchadonney in West Cork

west Cork surfing

By David Lonergan

close to Clonakility

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Copper coast camping

Copper coast camping

Caseys Bayview Camping Park

By David Lonergan

Dungarvan camping

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sun set in Tramore

sun set in Tramore

fantastic Camping Park

By David Lonergan

what a view from my camper in Tramore Camping park

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Total Camping Ireland trip to Waterford, Comergah Mountains & Clonakility June 2012

Wow what beautiful weather to be going on a camping trip … we had glorious sunshine almost the entire trip except for the last day in West Cork where it was over cast but that’s not bad for Ireland.

We started the trip by travelling from Dublin to the Copper Coast in Waterford. This is a lovely drive along the Waterford coast & I would recommend it. We decided to park up in Bunmahon a lovely little village situated on a beach. We quickly discovered a good wild camping spot in a small car park at the West end of the beach. No facilities but there is a pub right behind the car park. There is a Caravan Park here but it doesn’t seem to allow tourers.

The next day we spent relaxing & surfing on the beach at Bunmahon before taking a spin down the coast to the Gold Coast Caravan & Camping Park in Dungarvan. This park had very good facilities & was in a nice location close to Dungarvan Bay with the Craven Parks attached hotel bar. The Park is a little pricey though at 26 euro for a campervan & 2 adults.

The following day we spent driving through the Comeragh Mountains & exploring some of the marked forest walks with stunning views. We passed by Powers the Pot Camping Park which would be a perfect location for exploring the Comeraghs.

The following day we drove to Clonakility in West Cork. This is a great town with two Camping Parks nearby Desert House & Sextons Caravan Parks. This town has a great buzz to it & seems like a lively spot at night with plenty of good options for food. We spent our final morning chilling out & surfing at Inchadonney beach where there is a nice hotel & hotel bar. The bar serves really tasty food & seems to be popular with visitor & locals. Although there is room for campervan to pull up here I don’t think the hotel would be too keen.

Until the next trip.

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