Longford is music to the ears of those who like to take the road less travelled. Explore hidden gems like Saints Island where it's most likely you'll have the entire place all to yourself. Enjoy the tranquil setting of it's peaceful lakes, rivers and canals, by foot, boat and bike.
Explore the Golden Vale in Ireland's hidden heartlands. Tipperary's rich mountain terrain with the shannon flowing through, makes for a remarkable choice of things to do. Hike its majestic mountains, paddle or cycle the blueway trails, cruise the river Shannon, visit ancient sites and dine to your hearts delight on the shores of Lough Derg.
Lovely Leitrim can often be forgotten as a travel destination, but it's an absolute haven for motorhome owners looking for an adventure. Don't just take our word for it, read on and see for yourself. It's full of surprises from rugged mountains and majestic lakes including 2.4 miles of coastline with historical landmarks positioned along the shannon banks.
This ancient Land of the Tuatha de Danann is dotted with celtic ruins, stunning coastal scenery and national treasures such as Glenveagh National Park and Castle. Visit the historical landmark and hidden gem of Donegal Doon fort, or Malin head, Ireland’s most northerly point.
Even after the briefest of visits, you’ll be hard-pressed not to be enchanted by the Dubs wit and sense of humour. No matter what your preference Dublin has so much to offer all walks of life with family fun, exhilarating adventure, a wealth of cultural and heritage experiences, amazing architectural landmarks and a wonderful coastline with stunning scenery and fantastic walks.
Kilkenny is a vibrant city with a town like feel, warm in character with its medieval past still visible among the ruins, chapels, high crosses and cobble lined streets. If it's simply a weekend destination or part of a longer staycation break, Kilkenny has something for everyone.
Kildare is a county full of heritage, horses and legendary heroes, it is also the home of St Brigid and her famous round tower. Experience the ultimate georgian lifestyle at Castletown House, squeeze in a shopping spree at Kildare Village, or head Head to Mondello Park for a massive adrenaline rush.
Part of Ireland's Ancient East, Co. Laois has a strong ecclesiastical past with a rich tapestry of architectural remains just waiting to be explored. Trace the footsteps of Strongbow as you walk among the Rock of Dunamase, hike or bike the Slieve bloom mountain trails, take a canal barge trip alongside the river Barrow.
Steeped in history, reminders of Limericks prominent Medieval past is still evident among the old city walls and famous landmarks in the old quarter. Experience the magic of Limerick’s Milk Market or delve back to prehistoric times at Lough Gur’s stone age settlement which outdates the pyramids.
Galway has so much to offer, it's hard to know where to start. Time a lively city break around one of Galway's many fesitivals, explore stunning scenic landsapes and ramble around it's many quaint villages or seek out action packed adventure from challenge rooms to horse riding, paning for gold, zipwires and more.
A fantastic destination for motorhomers, Cavan was formerly known as the kingdom of Breifne. It has wealth of heritage sites and stunning scenery to explore, so get ready to marvel at Lough Oughter and it’s Castle, proudly nestled on a small island in the centre of the lake.