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These campervans are available at our local depots in Ireland. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Rent a campervan in any of our popular cities in Ireland. Check local campervan availability, popular routes and get expert tips.
By renting a campervan from Dublin you can reach most parts of Ireland, even for a long weekend. Whether you are heading unique road trip experiences along the Wild Atlantic road, a slow weekend down the coast of Dublin or a retreat with hikes in Antrim, your adventures only lie a few hours away.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Ireland
Although fuel prices have risen in the country in recent years, the current price for a litre of diesel in Ireland is around average for Europe, making a campervan hire in Ireland a great choice for adventurous travellers and overall road trippers.
Speed limits when driving your campervan in Ireland are measured in km per hour in the Republic of Ireland, even though neighbouring Northern Ireland measures them in miles per hour — which can be slightly confusing. The limit within cities is 50 km/hour. This increases to 80 km/hour on single carriageways, 100 km/hour on expressways and 120 km/hour on motorways.
Roads in Ireland are mostly of a high standard. It’s worth noting that highways are referred to as motorways, and motorways are prefixed with an ‘M’, like M50. Oh, and you drive on the left — something it’s pretty important to remember during your campervan hire journey in Ireland.
Once you hire a motorhome in the country, you will find out that there are 11 tolled roads in the Republic of Ireland: the M50, M1, M3, M4, N6, M7/M8, N8, N25, the East-Link Bridge, Dublin Tunnel, and Limerick Tunnel. Apart from the M50, which uses the eFlow Barrier System (where your licence plate will be photographed and you’ll pay online, in a petrol station or by phone) they all have regular toll barriers.
Wild camping in Ireland is significantly limited for campervans and only tents are allowed while sleeping overnight in parking lots is often prohibited. Before you pick-up your rental campervan in Ireland, check out the Irish Caravan & Camping Council, which has a network of over 100 campsites and caravan parks all over the island. Bear in mind most campsites are closed in winter.
Ireland is not as cheap as some European countries but less expensive than England, for example. While a three-course meal in a fancy restaurant could cost you around €70, you can eat a good, cheap meal in a pub for around €13, while a pint will cost you around €5 — more in cities.
The country’s mild maritime climate makes a campervan hire in Ireland a great idea all year round. In winter, the average temperature is around 8 degrees, while in summer it’s more like 18 degrees. We recommend spring or September and October as Ireland often experiences late summers.
You won’t go hungry on a road trip in Ireland. Make sure to try soda bread and at least a few potato-based dishes such as boxty or colcannon. And, of course, you ought to sample some shellfish, like the cockles and mussels made famous by Molly Malone. All washed down with a pint of Guinness, of course.
With its rough and rugged good looks and great personality to boot, Ireland is a seriously beautiful country that doesn’t take life at all seriously
Ireland. A small country with a big heart, known around the world for its friendly people, spectacular landscape, and fascinating history and culture. Spreading throughout 4 provinces (1 of them shared with neighbouring Northern Ireland) and numerous counties, the Republic of Ireland is a country of huge diversity: each town has its own personality, each corner is unique. Warm, welcoming, and brimming with natural wonders that are just beautiful as everyone says, 82% of visitors to Ireland come for the scenery, but when they arrive they find the people are rather lovely too. Step upon Ireland’s majestic and storm-lashed shores and discover an island where dramatic scenery meets age-old traditions, wonderful hospitality, and exceptional pubs. An ancient, mystical, and magical country where legend and myth are rife. Fables, folklore, and fairytale weave themselves into modern-day Ireland, where everyone’s a storyteller, prompted by a landscape that inspires epic sagas. With a campervan hire in Ireland, you’ll discover idyllic rivers carving through vibrant green plains; pristine sand beaches; tiny islands emerging from the cold depths of the Atlantic; and cliffs and caves just asking to be explored. A word of warning: embark on a campervan road trip in Ireland and you’ll struggle to come home.
Ireland, an island jutting out of the wild and unpredictable North Atlantic, famed for its majestic landscape, rich culture, and for loving a bit of craic. A land of mountains, beaches, crashing waves, raucous music, and boisterous sports, whose cheerful and unreserved people enjoy a life full of drinking and laughter. As Irish writer Brendan Behan said, “It's not that the Irish are cynical. It's rather that they have a wonderful lack of respect for everything and everybody.” You’ll hear much mention of the 40 shades of green but when you arrive, 40 will seem far too little. From the rugged west overlooking the stormy Atlantic to the lush green Midlands and rustic charm of the East, jump into nature with a campervan hire in Ireland and raise a glass — or pint of gat (Guinness) — to a country of untamed beauty, full of spirit and fire. Just one thing to realise before you arrive: this is not an island entirely populated by redheads, contrary to popular belief. Only about 9% of the country are natural gingers. But enough of your olagonin’ (complaining) — there’s plenty else that makes this country unique. Hire a campervan in Ireland and you’ll see what we mean.