These caravan enthusiasts are certainly getting into the spirit.

For anyone who is out and about experiencing Ireland with their Caravan or Motorhome this St Patrick’s Day, here are some great places for you to visit on your travels…

The Giant’s Causeway

This landscape along the County Antrim Coast is truly stunning. The World Heritage Site is made up of 40,000 basalt columns which occurred as a result of a volcanic eruption. Those who believe the legend would say it was created by a Scottish giant!

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Whether you’re after the thrill of crossing, or you’d rather stand back and enjoy the beauty of Ireland’s scenery, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a magnificent location everyone can enjoy. The 96ft high rope bridge is run by the National Trust, and attracts many a visitor to walk the 66ft across to Carrickarede Island.

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle has been a popular Irish location for over 600 years. It’s said by those who believe the legend, that the Blarney stone in the castle will give the gift of eloquence to whoever kisses it.

The Capitals’ Festival Parades

During St. Patrick’s Day Belfast and Dublin both host parades for all to enjoy. To really get into the Irish spirit this is the place to be.

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