Campervan Hire Dublin

Campervan rental in Dublin home of Behen

Dublin makes for a fantastic holiday destination and self-tour is the best way to witness its surrounding rolling hills, valleys and stunning coastline. Motorhome is an ideal way to travel and there are plenty of camper sites around. Motorhomes are available for rent on arrival at the airport and in the city centre. We can also arrange cheap campervan hire in Cork should you be landing at Cork Airport

Located along the coast of the Irish Sea, Dublin is Ireland’s most popular entry point and is surrounded by a fantastic road network. This makes it easy to take a self-driving tour of the Irish capital and nearby sites with a motorhome.

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Hiring in Dublin will allow you to explore the whole of Ireland

Coastal drive to Cork:

this is one of the most popular drives, offering stunning views of the sea. Stop at Hook Lighthouse at Fethard on Sea as well as Waterford, Ireland’s oldest city. There are plenty of camper sites en route, such as Ferrybank Caravan & Camping and Newton Cove Caravan & Camping Park.

Midland drive:

a lovely drive through the Irish countryside. From Dublin, head to the medieval village of Kilkenny, which can be explored from Tree Grove. Then drive towards Kildare, which will lead you back to Dublin and the fabulous Camac Valley Tourist Caravan & Camping Park.

M1 north to Belfast:

from Ireland into Northern Ireland, resulting in a stunning coastal drive ― visit as many or as few towns and villages along the way. There are plenty of camper sites along this route, including Gyles Quay Caravan Park and Chestnutt Holiday Park.

Driving a RV Rental in Dublin
Road network:

the fantastic road network here consists of motorways, national routes and roads along the coast and into the countryside. Plenty of petrol stations can be found along all routes.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph unless posted otherwise
Provincial roads:80kph
National roads and motorways:100-120kph

Alcohol limits:

the limit here is 0.08 per cent with possible prison time or fines for offenders.


drive on the left-hand side and yield to the right. Flashing hazard lights is customary for saying ‘thank you’ and signs are in both Irish and English.

Cost of fuel:

Does vary but the price is the south is normally cheaper than the North so if crossing the border into the North fill your tank in the South.

Motorhome hiring options in Dublin

We’ve organised a list of the best rates on motorhome hire in Dublin from airport and city centre depots. The city centre is where the greatest selection of vehicles is available, with models such as Ranger, Vista and Logan.

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