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Achill Island, accessible by bridge, offers a perfect base to explore the West! This park is set spectacularly between Slievemore Mountain, the Minaun Cliffs and Keel beach.
Keel Caravan & Camping Park provides a variety of pitches to suit all needs from camping pitches to powered hard-stands in spectacular surroundings. With Tramore Strand to the south, Slievemore mountain to the north, the Minaun cliffs to the west and Keel village to the east, the location simply cannot be beaten. The park facilities are always maintained to the highest standards and provide everything you need for your holiday.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Fully serviced pitches
Motorhome service point
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Surf school nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
BY ROAD - Travel to Castlebar in County Mayo from Dublin by road on the N4. Leave Castlebar on the R311 to Newport and Mulrany. From Mulrany take the R319 to Achill Sound and Keel. If travelling from Westport take the N59 to Mulrany and proceed to Achill Sound & Keel. The Park is on the left hand side as you enter Keel.
Public Transport to the West of Ireland:
Trains travel daily to Castlebar and Westport from most major Towns and Cities. From Castlebar or Westport it is only a short bus journey to Achill. Buses depart daily.
Arriving By Air - We're Nearer Than You Think!
From the UK why not fly lowfare direct to Knock Airport and take your own self-drive car to Achill. There are convenient flights to Knock Airport from London Gatwick, London Stansted, Birmingham, Manchester and Durham Tees Valley and Liverpool.
Relax and enjoy the numerous activities located locally - surfing, angling, windsurfing, mountain walking, golfing, or visit any of the island's blue flag beaches. Restaurants and pubs close by.
Achill, Ireland's largest island, is situated off the west coast of Co. Mayo. It measures 20km from east to west and 18km from north to south, and has a coastline of about 120km. The varied geography of Achill makes it distinct in many ways. The highest mountain on the island is Slievemore at 672 metres while Minaun Mountain measures 466 metres. The Atlantic Drive comprises of over 40km of breathtaking coastal scenery that is ideal for touring in a car, and even better by bicycle! En route along the Atlantic Drive is the Tower at Kildavnet, the remains of a 16th century Irish tower house that was used by the legendary pirate queen Granuaile (Grace O'Malley). The Deserted Village at Slievemore is a haunting reminder of times past. Comprising some 80 stone cottages located at the foot of the majestic Slievemore mountain, the Deserted Village offers a fascinating insight into life on Achill in former centuries. Watersports available on Achill Island include surfing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking and scuba diving.
The Atlantic waters around Achill Island and the Curraun Peninsula are home to a wide range of sea-life and varieties of fish, making the area one of the best sea angling destinations in Ireland. Achill offers a nine-hole golf course in a spectacular location at Keel that is open to visitors at a reasonable rate. A nine-hole pitch and putt course is also available locally.
The western end of the island is dominated by the majestic 668 metre high Croaghaun Mountain, part of which have the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Achill is separated from mainland Mayo by a narrow strip of sea known as the Sound of Achill. This narrow channel was first bridged in 1887.