Ireland Touring

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  1. aido

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    Just noticed Ireland missing from Touring section also wild camping section maby someone will fix it ,or are we not welcome: Mad: Aido.
     
  2. Geo

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    May be anyone who's ventured to Ireland, hasn't made it back to report:whatthe:
    Geo
     
  3. Adria 5

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    hi aido :Smile: we are missing a irish element on here your input is welcomed :winky: ireland is a undescovered country good point!!

    Ray
     
  4. Don Madge

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    We did a three week trip in Ireland:Smile: It onlly rained twice :Smile: once for ten days and once for eleven days:Tongue:

    Don
     
  5. aido

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    Don

    Thats my joke about Scotland:Smile: Aido
     
  6. Don Madge

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    We did a three week tour of Ireland the weather was very poor (rain & low cloud) We free camped most of the time.

    Free camping spots:-
    Arklow Harbour:- Water on harbour side.

    Kilmore Quay:- Level parking, water, toilets & shops

    Dunmore East:- Parking on cliffs above harbour

    Union Hall Harbour:- Parking on Fishing Quay

    Baltimore Harbour:- Narrow approach (8 miles) parking OK for overnight stop very touristy

    Dursey Island:- Dursey Island cable car station. car park, toilets and water

    Templehoe:- Turn left beside church follow road to Loch side (Strand)

    Ballyskelligs:- Sea front car park (signed) Level, water & toilets (visited Valentia sland)

    Dingle:- Murreagh Beach, Dingle Peninsular. Slea Head Drive

    Ballylongford:- Castle Car Park.

    Safe travelling

    Don
     
  7. aido

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    Don.

    Very handy list of wildcamping spots thanks
     
  8. Jim

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    It wasn't missing Aido, any wild camping spots in Ireland were intended to go in the European Section. :Smile: I now have a NI & Eire section so please feel free to post your wildcamping slots there. Thanks:thumb:
     

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