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Rent a motorhome in Limerick

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Limerick is a city in Ireland and a fantastic place to explore art, music and cuisine. You can rent a camper van in Limerick, thanks to motorhomebookers.com, and add intriguing spots and campsites to your itinerary.

Limerick is on the west coast of Ireland. You can set off from the city to explore its unique surroundings and tour the city with a camper van to discover various historical and cultural sites.

We have motorhome rental partners in Limerick, allowing you to conveniently hire a camper van for a trip within and outside the city. Read about the places to visit near Limerick, what to look out for, and get some camping tips to improve your trip.

Top 5 facts about Limerick

  1. King John's Castle is a designated national monument and one the most visited sites in Limerick because it occasionally hosts music gigs and events.
  2. The stunning Clare Glens Woodland is located on the border between Limerick and Tipperary and is home to picturesque waterfalls.
  3. You can stop at Castleconnell Campsite to enjoy multiple sports, including kayaking, hiking, swimming and sailing.
  4. Tourists travelling in camper vans can pass through Ennistymon, Liscannor or Adare, famous for their thatched cottages.
  5. The Dingle region has many camping sites where you can park your motorhome and is a suitable location to visit from Limerick if you enjoy hiking, cycling or fishing.

These highlights await you when you rent a camper van in Limerick

Parking your camper van in the Cliffs of Moher will allow you to explore the stunning coastal location. You can have meals outside your camper van and enjoy beautiful views of the sun setting or rising with the ocean's sound in the background.

Since the 12th century, St. Mary's, one of the city's two cathedrals, has been the focal point of Limerick's religious life. Since this is the city's oldest structure, most of Limerick has developed around it. You can feel a little bit of Limerick's past in the scratch marks left by city guards sharpening their swords during the siege eight centuries ago.

Terra Nova Fairy Garden is a lovely garden with an ancient fort that dates back thousands of years. You can tour the grounds to see the contemporary fairy statues and numerous magical accents, learn about various tropical plants and see the Hobbit Tea House.

This makes Limerick particularly suitable as a starting point for your road trip

Travelling east of the city, you may get to Keeper Hill, part of Tipperary's Silvermine Mountains. It is 694 metres high, features some magnificent hiking trails and has breathtaking views at the peak.

Adare Village is an ideal stopover to take a stroll, relax in the park and enjoy dinner before driving up to Shannon Ferries Port.

You can travel south of Limerick for about thirty minutes to reach Lough Gur. This unique place is mostly visited for its natural scenery, but it also has various mythological, historical and archaeological sites for you to explore.

Camper van rental: Useful information for your trip to Limerick

There are two airports in Limerick, and you can reach your motorhome rental location a few minutes after you land. The city is in the mid-west of Ireland and is an ideal starting point for most camper van road trips.

If you would like to save on expenses during your trip or if you're heading to areas with few amenities, you can batch-cook a few days before you depart. While a can of baked beans has many benefits, you may crave something more interesting and inexpensive.

Rent a motorhome now and discover the region around Limerick

When driving from Limerick, you can experience magical, memorable moments. You can create a schedule and take a camper van to the most remote settlements via serene routes.

Before beginning your holiday, visit motorhomebookers.com to reserve the camper van of your choice.

King John Castle in Limerick - Ireland

Campervan rental in Limerick