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Clifden EcoBeach Campin & Caravanning Park

Co. Galway, Ireland

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Overview

Clifden eco Beach is a multi-award-winning ecological park and Ireland’s first eco-certified carbon-neutral premises. Nestling among the sand dunes on the shores of Connemara’s Wild Atlantic Way, it boasts breathtaking panoramic seascape views from its secluded private sandy beach. Its unique location and relaxed atmosphere provide a true semi-wild eco camping adventure. Here, the visitor can discover real peace with nature, with vast open spaces, natural beauty, spectacular sunsets, and cozy campfires, under a star-friendly sky. Surrounded by the ocean, Clifden eco Camping is renowned for its blue space. Crystal clear bathing waters provide the perfect water-trail discovery for all kinds of seaborne activities. Operated on a sustainable, environmental and ethical basis, with a zero-carbon footprint, Clifden eco Beach is a gold-certified member of Sustainable Travel Ireland and Myclimate Switzerland.


Payment

Payment is due in cash or by debit card on arrival.

Check-in/out

  • Check-in 14:00-20:00
  • Check-out by 11:30

amenities

Motorhome - RV
Tent
Pet
WiFi
Electric plug in
Showers
Washing Machine
Dryer
Bicycle for rent
Information
Credit Card accepted
Cash accepted
Fishing
Summer sports
Sea

Accommodation Types

  • Caravan Pitch - On the camp grounds you can enjoy a cluster free, low impact camping environment with the benefit of mud free, dry pitches even in extreme wet weather. All our motorhome/caravan plots are on green hard standings.
  • Campervan Pitch - On the camp grounds you can enjoy a cluster free, low impact camping environment with the benefit of mud free, dry pitches even in extreme wet weather. All our motorhome/caravan plots are on green hard standings.
  • Tent Pitch - On the camp grounds you can enjoy a cluster free, low impact camping environment with the benefit of mud free, clean, dry pitches/plots even in extreme wet weather. Please be advised that due to health & safety and sustainability reasons we don’t supply electric hook up to tents.
  • Mobile Home - Bedding and towels are provided. Shower and Toilet facilities of the campsite should be used but there is an emergency potable toilet in the Mobile Home. Minimum rental in high season is 7 nights and during low season 3 nights.
  • Tipi tent - Our Eco Adventure Tents are small tipi tents, that sleep 2-3 persons and are ideal and spacious for couples. They are equipped with airbeds, pillows and camping chairs. You are also welcome to bring your own equipment if you wish. Weather permitting the tents are located on pitches with stunning Atlantic and beach views.


Policies


  • 365-30 days before check-in - 0.00 % charge of stay value
  • 29-0 days before check-in - 100.00 % charge of stay value
  • Mobile Home - minimum of 3 nights to be booked From 02/04/2021 To 05/04/2021
  • Mobile Home - minimum of 3 nights to be booked From 30/04/2021 To 03/05/2021
  • Mobile Home - minimum of 7 nights to be booked From 01/06/2021 To 31/08/2021

Pets have to be kept on a lead, their waste bagged and binned and they are not allowed to dig holes on the campground. A deposit is applicable on arrival. Quiet time on the campground is 11.30pm.



User Reviews

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Lara Acton November, 2020

Great campsite, lovely friendly atmosphere. Just like wild camping but with all the safety and conveniences, highly recommend this wonderful scenic location.

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Helen O'Connor October, 2020

A wonderful spot, unlike any others we've visited. It is like wild camping, but with discrete services, and great interaction with owners Kris and Tatjana. We were tight for time so could only stay an overnight, but we will be back to further avail of the splendid isolation the site affords - a great base for exploring Clifden and the surrounding area. The private beach is a massive bonus, with crystal clear water. If you are looking for a glitzy camp site with hi tech facilities and mad parties, you may look elsewhere! However, if you want to escape the trappings of the modern world, and instead bond with the natural world, this is the place for you :-)

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eoin l September, 2020

Anazing location right on the beach 🏖️


Things to do around

Clifden Deep Sea Fishing/Angling

Co. Galway, Ireland

Clifden Sea Fishing on the Wild Atlantic Way with John Ryan & his Celtic Queen invites you to fish in Clifden on probably the best fishing waters in Europe. The scenery in this area is spectacular on land and at sea with a great variety of seabirds and wildlife, including seals and dolphins. Individuals are welcome, but why not get a group together (up to 12 persons) and arrange an unforgettable day – Fishing, an Island trip and a Picnic on board. Get a Special 15% discount* when you stay on the Clifden eco-Campsite.

Diving on the shores of Connemara

Co. Galway, Ireland

Why not discover the exiting marine biology on the shores of Connemara with a snorkelling or scuba diving course? Scuba Dive West are offering a 10% discount* for campers staying at the site.

Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Gardens

Co. Galway, Ireland

Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden is known as Ireland’s most romantic castle. Located in the heart of Connemara, Co. Galway, set in the most idyllic location. Get 10% Discount* Tickets at Clifden Eco Campsite.

Killary Cruises Connemara

Co. Galway, Ireland

No visit to Connemara would be complete without a visit to Killary Fjord. The nine-mile-long inlet boasts some of the finest scenery in the West of Ireland, and because of its sheltered nature, its waters are always calm. A purpose-built cruise ship, which can accommodate up to 150 passengers, has been designed to offer the maximum of comfort and safety to guests, and also to offer them uninterrupted views of the spectacular scenery which makes the Killary such a unique place to visit. Get discount tickets at Clifden Eco Campsite.

Connemara National Park

Co. Galway, Ireland

Situated in the West of Ireland in County Galway, Connemara National Park covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. A number of walking trails beginning at the Visitor Centre offer walkers a variety of scenic routes and nature trails through the park. Stunning views from the 400-metre high Diamond Hill include the distant islands of Inishbofin, Inishturk and Inishshark, and the turreted Kylemore Abbey. The park is also home to Connemara ponies, red deer and an enormous variety of birdlife, including skylarks, stonechats and peregrine falcons.

Inishbofin Island

Co. Galway, Ireland

Inishbofin is boasting a magnificent scenery from cliff top walks, to the sea on all sides, to white sandy beaches and an abundance of rare flora and fauna. It houses Heritage and History Sites Including: The 17th star shaped defence, Cromwell’s Barracks, St. Colman’s Abbey, The Blowhole, Sea Stacks and The Bird Sanctuary. Activities to be pursued on Inishbofin include: Exploring the Island by foot or bicycle, water based pursuits such as swimming and siving, deep sea and shore angling. The Island houses seal colonies, and many species of rare birds and wildlife.

Derrygimlagh Discovery Point

Co. Galway, Ireland

Visitors can discover the stories of this famous site and its past history. The walk is made all the more interesting by a number of engaging and attractive features along the route, which are designed to engage visitors and encourage them to interact with the history of the location. Steeped in history, the Derrygimlagh Blanket Bog, close to Clifden, is a rugged and wild landscape with two major claims to fame. Pilots John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown crashed-landed in the bog in 1919 after completing the world’s first transatlantic flight. They landed close to a wireless telegraphy station which had been set up 14 years earlier by Italian inventor, Guglielmo Marconi. Today the location of the Marconi wireless station is home to a memorial cairn dedicated to the pair. Hire a bike, navigate around tiny lakes and peat bogs, and discover this unique and beautiful area.

Killary Sheep Farm

Co. Galway, Ireland

A traditional working mountain farm with approx. 200 ewes and lambs roaming freely in the mountain overlooking Killary Fjord, on the Wild Atlantic Way. On our farm we run mainly blackhead horny sheep which are most suited to survive on the mountains during the harsh winters. At Killary Sheep Farm visitors can view the following demonstrations sheepdog demonstrations, sheep shearing demonstrations, turf cutting demonstrations.

Activities from the Park

Co. Galway, Ireland

There are many activities you can do from the campsite without getting into a car. One kilometre of coastline with excellent crystal-clear bathing water provides the perfect water trail discovery for all kinds of sea-borne activities, including safe swimming, angling, crabbing, scuba diving, kite surfing, boating & fantastic ‘drift snorkelling’ along the estuary of Streamstown Bay. Enjoy a coastal discovery of ecological & geological listed sites, these are among the best examples seen anywhere in Europe. There are beautiful coastal beach walks within the park, with longer self-guided walks to & around the picturesque tidal island of Omey. There are a number of cycling routes you can do from the campsite, which include the Sky Road Loop, Cleggan Loop and the Roundstone Loop.
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