A staycation with a difference - an adventure to Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland


The impact of coronavirus will see many people wanting to holiday a little closer to home in 2021. For a sense of adventure and the feel of being abroad but without the crowded airports and confined space of a plane, have you considered a trip to Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland?

Taking a ferry across the water means you can keep yourselves to yourselves in your car, caravan or motorhome but also explore somewhere that feels a little more 'abroad'.

Glorious beaches, far-off islands, towering cliffs and lush green mountain slopes – from the Giant’s Causeway and coastline in Northern Ireland to the Glen of Aherlow and Galtee Mountains in the Republic of Ireland, it’s a photographer’s dream at every turn. Also in the Republic of Ireland, the Ring of Kerry driving route provides the most unforgettable views of scenic coastal landscapes, wildlife rivers, beautiful forests, small villages, old forts and peaceful monasteries.

To start your Irish adventure take a look at the Premier Parks in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, here.