Compare & Book Motorhome Hire in Galway
Last Update Feb 2023 by RVRentaCampervan Editorial Team
Famous for its festivals and location, Galway, Ireland is the perfect destination to enjoy a motorhome holiday. There are plenty of great campsites in this stunning county as well as in the city itself. A self-tour is a great way to witness the west coast of Ireland as well as its interior mountains and countryside.
Galway is the hub for the western Ireland the best way to explore the area is with a motorhome. This allows visitors to travel to all of the area’s natural sights and take in the spectacular landscapes.
Need Campervan Hire Galway?
We can provide campervan hire from nearby Limerick with McRent Ireland. Time to travel from Galway to the McRent Limerick depot is approx one hour and 30 minutes. Please enter Limerick into the booking engine to start comparing campervan hire Ireland, alternatively you can pick up from Dublin Airport. If you choose Dublin campervan hire, you can also book with Causeway Campers Ireland or Apollo Ireland.
Recommended Campervan Hire Drives Galway
Cliffs of Mohar:
from Galway, drive along Road 338 to National Route N18 south and witness the stunning coast. The coastal R478 road leads to the magnificent cliffs. O’Connor’s Riverside Camping & Caravan Park and Nagle’s Seaside Camping & Caravan Park are great places to stop and rest
National Route 59:
a stunning drive north along the coast, passing through many seaside towns and villages as well as Ballycroy National Park. Explore Archill Island from Keel Sandybanks Caravan & Camping Park or go fishing on the River Moy from Balleek Park Caravan & Camping.
from Galway across the countryside to Dublin, with picturesque scenery and a stop at the quaint town of Tullamore along the way. There are plenty of camper sites en route, such as Lough Ree (East) Caravan & Camping Park and Connemara Caravan & Camping Park.
Tips To Drive a Rental RV in Ireland
A great network of roads connects Galway with all directions. All national roadways house petrol stations.
Urban roads:50kph where there is no signpost
National roads and motorways:100-120kph
The legal limit is 0.08 per cent, so it is best to abstain.
Driving is on the left, while yielding is done on the right. Road signs here are in Irish only.
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McRent Limerick Campervan Rental Options
Early booking is recommended during the summer months.