Enjoy wonderful views of both the mountains and the sea at Strandhill Caravan and Camping, when you visit Ireland on your motorhome tours or your camping and caravan holidays.
This beautiful holiday park, on the north east coast of Ireland, is a short way outside the seaport and town of Sligo, and sits on the beach at Strandhill. It welcomes guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents, with 78 hardstanding pitches available for caravans and motorhomes, all with electric hook-ups. Grass pitches for those staying in tents can be chosen by guests on arrival; they are situated around the park and offer brilliant views across the sea. Strandhill Caravan and Camping is open from early April until late September every year.
Facilities available at this campsite include chemical waste disposal points, toilet and shower blocks, and a laundrette. Internet kiosks are available along with a television room and common room for reading and taking part in activities with other guests.
From this campsite it's easy to access the beach, which is world famous for its surfing and attracts tourists from far and wide. Beaches that are more relaxed and family friendly can also be found close by, with the sands at Culleenamore among the most popular, found just over a mile away from Strandhill.
This park is also adjacent to a top quality golf course that is open to the public and attracts golfers from across Ireland – as well as repeat visitors to Strandhill Caravan and Camping.
As well as being a hugely popular haunt for surfers, Strandhill and the surrounding area is also known for its range of walking routes. Many choose to stick to the beaches, with miles of coastline accessible via sand dunes or the regular sands when the tide is out, while the Knocknarea Mountains frame the park beautifully and are a must visit for walkers. Tourists have the choice of taking the well marked routes or exploring the rolling hills for themselves, with the summit paths offering some breathtaking, memorable views of the whole area.
Or head off on two wheels. Bring your own or hire a bike. You could also go on horseback – from a place just a 10-minute drive from Standhill Caravan and Camping.
While here, visit Sligo. Enjoy the leisure centres, sports complexes and numerous parks that are found across the town. Or take time to visit the diverse range of cultural and leisure attractions, including museums, art galleries, theatres and cinemas. There truly is something for everyone in Sligo! Carrowmore is also a short distance from the park, and is the site of Megalithic Tombs that attract visitors from across Europe.
The rest of County Sligo is easily within reach in the car, with attractions including Lissadell House and Lough Gara. A picturesque drive north or a trip on public transport takes guests to Donegal in under an hour, from where you can enjoy brilliant views of the Atlantic.
Strandhill Caravan and Camping is a lovely campsite with a laid-back atmosphere, perfect for family holidays in this impressive part of north west Ireland.
Tents, caravans, motorhomes and RVs are all welcome. Family rate: Unit, two adults and two children, €23. Extra charges for showers €1.50, hook-up €4, extra adult €5, extra child €3, extra car €4.
Carrowmore Megalithic Tombs are 5km away
Ross Point Golf Club
Sligo City, 8km away, has a swimming pool and sports complex
Strandhill Caravan & Camping Park is particularly popular with surfers, because it overlooks an award-winning surf beach. There are several surf schools near here.
Families will prefer to bathe on the flat sands of Culleenore, 2km away. Strandhill has several restaurants, pubs, seaweed baths, newsagents and take-aways.
Walkers also come here to enjoy miles of sandy beach walks, under the nountain of Knocknarea.
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