Southern Ireland

Exploring Southern Ireland in an Easicampers motorhome is a fantastic way to experience the natural beauty, rich history, and charming towns of this region. Here are some suggestions for your motorhome adventure in Southern Ireland:

  1. Ring of Kerry: Start your journey by driving the famous Ring of Kerry, a scenic route that takes you through stunning landscapes, coastal cliffs, and charming villages. Highlights include Killarney National Park, the Gap of Dunloe, and the picturesque towns of Killarney, Kenmare, and Cahersiveen.
  2. Dingle Peninsula: Head to the Dingle Peninsula, known for its rugged coastline, sandy beaches, and vibrant Gaelic culture. Explore the town of Dingle, visit ancient archaeological sites, and enjoy the breathtaking views from Slea Head.
  3. Killarney National Park: Spend some time exploring Killarney National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with beautiful lakes, mountains, and trails. Take a boat trip on the Lakes of Killarney or hike up to Torc Waterfall for stunning views.
  4. Cork and the Blarney Castle: Visit the vibrant city of Cork and explore its lively markets, historic sites, and cultural attractions. Don’t miss a visit to the Blarney Castle to kiss the famous Blarney Stone and gain the “gift of the gab.”
  5. Rock of Cashel: Head to County Tipperary and visit the iconic Rock of Cashel, a medieval fortress perched on a limestone outcrop. Explore the ancient ruins, including a cathedral, round tower, and chapel.
  6. Cliffs of Moher: Drive to the west coast and witness the dramatic beauty of the Cliffs of Moher. Marvel at the sheer cliffs that drop into the Atlantic Ocean and enjoy breathtaking views of the Aran Islands.
  7. Galway City: Explore the lively city of Galway, known for its vibrant music scene, colorful streets, and lively festivals. Stroll through the medieval streets, visit Galway Cathedral, and enjoy traditional Irish music in the city’s pubs.
  8. The Burren: Discover the unique landscape of the Burren, a karst region with limestone pavements, rare flora, and ancient archaeological sites. Take a guided tour or hike through this fascinating terrain.
  9. Kilkenny: Visit the medieval city of Kilkenny and explore its well-preserved castle, historic buildings, and charming streets. Take a walk along the Medieval Mile, visit St. Canice’s Cathedral, and enjoy the vibrant arts and culture scene.
  10. Waterford: End your journey in Waterford, Ireland’s oldest city. Explore the Viking Triangle, visit the Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre, and learn about the city’s rich history and heritage.

Remember to plan your route, check for motorhome-friendly campsites, and book in advance to secure your accommodations. Southern Ireland offers a wealth of natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural experiences that will make your motorhome adventure truly memorable.

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