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Renvyle Beach Caravan & Camping Park

Connemara H91 EP38, Galway

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  • Where:
    Renvyle Peninsula
  • Town:
    Connemara H91 EP38
  • County:
  • Phone:
    +353 95 43462
  • Email:
  • Web:
  • Pitches:
  • Size:
    2.5 Hectares
  • Open:
    1 May - 22 September
  • Holiday Type:
    Beach HolidayFamily Friendly
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About Renvyle Beach Caravan & Camping Park

Renvyle Beach Caravan and Camping Park, Connemara, Co. Galway in the West of Ireland

This family run park was established in 1967.  .

Situated directly on a Green Cooast Award winning sandy beach looking out onto Clew Bay, the Twelve Bens and Croagh Patrick.  An ideal ase to explore northwest Connemara

Hard standings and grass pitches with electricity available.  The nearest shop is 1km. Last check in is 7.30pm


  • Beach Nearby

  • Camper's kitchen

  • Caravan

  • Credit Cards

  • Electric points caravans

  • Gas Cylinders on Sale

  • Ice Pack Freezing Facilities

  • Large Tent

  • Motorhome

  • No Dogs Allowed

  • Playground

  • RVs Accepted

  • Showers

  • Washing Machine

  • WiFi Access


From To
Unit + 2 Adults + 2 Children €40.00 €40.00
Unit + 2 Adults €28.00 €28.00
Hiker Cyclist €12.500 €12.50

Extra Charges Levied

Facility Cost
 Shower  €1.50
 Electricity  €7.00
 Awning  €6.00
 Extra child  €6.00
 Extra adult  €8.00
 Extra Car

XL Tent supplement




  • Great site on wild Atlantic way – Fantastic site on wild Atlantic way – direct access to the most gorgeous beach. Quite remote but village just a short drive away – we spent two days here but could have easily stayed longer and will definitely go back. The beach was fantastic and we were able to swim in the Atlantic loved it!
    Date of stay: September 2021
  • Break away – Stayed here in June. It is the most beautiful campsite as it has a beach, which is one of the most beautiful beaches iv ever been on. We never met the owners, it was like they were afraid to talk to anyone, everything was done by phone. No facilities were open which was annoying. Check out was at 11. Lovely little takeaway in the village too
    Date of stay: June 2021

Coming from Clifden take the N59 on to Letterfrack turn left and continue to Tullycross and Tullysign at entrance to site.