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Easter Breaks in Ireland

Easter Breaks in Ireland

Lagan 211

Stuck for ideas on what to do over your Easter Breaks. Well Celtic Campervans have the perfect get away for you and your family. We have 5 luxurious motorhomes up for hire between the 17th – 30th April. These motorhomes are our Mclouis models, the Lagan 220, 211 and the Steel 430 which are all Group B campervans that comfortably accommodate 6 happy campers. Ideal for your Easter holiday family getaway. And to make your Easter holiday weekend even better, we are giving 20% off the hire costs of these campervans. This is an offer you would be crazy to miss.

All our campervans are right hand drives built specifically for Ireland and Celtic Campervans. To make your trip around Ireland as comfortable as possible we have included all the necessities you would need to Easter break holiday including cutlery, pots and pans, cups and dishes, toilet, shower, bunk beds, heating and if needed we can supply sleeping bags, pillows and towels. It’s your home from home.

Lagan 220 We don’t stop there. With all our campervan rentals we supply a recipe book designed by Derry Clarke of l’ecrivan, a camping guide to all the campsites around Ireland and a map of the country to plan your Easter break.

Wild Atlantic Way

We can give you and your family tips and suggestions on the best and most scenic routes to take on your easter breaks around Ireland. One of these routes is the Wild Atlantic Way. Comprising of 2,500 km of a scenic view of Ireland’s western seaboard. Stretching from Donegal’s Malin Head in the North to Cork’s Mizen Head in the South, the Wild Atlantic way is the longest defined coastal drive in the world. This route has some of the most dramatic and scenic coastal views in Ireland and indeed the world.

Easter Breaks in Ireland

The trip is broken into four main regions which are broken down further into 14 different route sections.

Regions Route
North West-
Donegal, Leitrim & Sligo
Inishowen Peninsula– Derry to Letterkenny
Distance: 197km

Fanad Head-Letterkenny to Bunbeg
Distance: 163 km

The Slieve League Coast-Bunbeg to Donegal Town
Distance: 170km

Donegal Bays & Sligo– Donegal Town to Ballina
Distance: 192km

The West-
Mayo & Galway
Erris- Ballina to Belmullet
Distance: 213km

Clew Bay & Achill Island-Belmullet to Westport
Distance: 238km

Killary Harbour-Westport to Clifden
Distance: 165km

Connemara-Clifden to Galway City
Distance: 176km

Mid-West-Clare & Limerick West Clare & The Burren-Galway to Kilkee
Distance:164km

The Shannon Estuary-Kilkee to Tralee
Distance: 216km

South West-
Kerry & Cork

The Dingle Peninsula-Tralee to Castlemaine
Distance: 150km

Ring of Kerry-Castlemaine to Kenmare
Distance: 175km

Beara to Sheep’s Head-Kenmare to Durrus
Distance: 210km

West Cork– Durrus to Kinsale
Distance: 207km

So how better to spend your Easter break in Ireland than driving down the west coast in a luxurious campervan from Celtic Campervans. If you are interested in this 20% discount special offer drop us an email at info@celticcampervans.com or call 087 27 949 27 now to avoid disappointment.

The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) is being developed as a driving route along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to Cork.

This incredible coastal route will put Ireland’s west coast at the heart of places to see when on holiday and the perfect way to experience this is to rent a campervan in Ireland  and take in all the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer.

Get a quote with us by just entering your dates into our booking engine and begin your adventure.

The Wild Atlantic Way – Celtic Campervans

On The Road Again

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See Paul’s outline of what he’ll be doing and how he’s hoping to raise much needed funds.
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