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Clifden eco Camping - Acton’s Eco Beach Campsite & Caravan Park’ in Ireland

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'Discover the peace of nature amongst the dunes'

Clifden's real Camping adventure !!

Welcome to Clifden's unique ecological private beach campsite & caravan park. Nestled amongst the sand dunes on the Western fringe of Connemara, County Galway.

Our ecological park offers campers a cluster free, 'real camping' experience on eight hectares of coastal Machair habitat biodiversity, with unparalleled panoramic Atlantic seascape views. The coastal eco-park, with its soft, white, sandy 'private beach' is in walking distance to the stunning tidal island of Omey. Located just ten minutes from Clifden town & two minutes from the scenic village of Claddaghduff. The picturesque coastal beach front site offers the perfect base for exploring Connemara.

If you are a passionate camper looking for a on truly unique campsite on an 'ecological machair habitat site' with all the attractions of 'wild camping,' Combined with the safety and comforts of a modern camping park, our eco-campsite is just what your looking for. Operated on a sustainable, green, environmental & ethical basis with a low carbon foot print.. .

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Reviews of Clifden eco Camping - Acton’s Eco Beach Campsite & Caravan Park’

Best site in the world. Great place, we had a great time
Kris is very nice and helpful, toilet always clean. We even swam in the sea and jumped from the rocks into the water with Kris's son Stephan. A must visit site
Garry & Katie (9th Sep 2011)
This was the best site we stayed on during our whistle stop tour, had difficulty finding it in the dark but glad we did .Wish we had just stayed there for longer.
No fuss and completely natural .
Hope your house is complete by now.

S & J Pask and the dogs!
Susan Pask (11th Jul 2011)
Acton's is for us one of the best places that we have ever camped in Uk or Eire. The site and beach are just lovely, it is rare to find such a place, relaxed, spaced out, simple but fabulous facilities, none of the packed in, overdone campsite stuff that we really try to avoid!
Maybe not for everyone- if you want clubhouse, loads of showers, toilets etc, probably not for you!

But that is the charm for us, amazing location, very clean and very adequate facilities, great host and amazing fishing dog!
Kris, please don't change the offer too much, many thanks for your hospitality!
We can't wait to come back.

Dylan the dog, Nik, Amanda
dylan (1st Jun 2011)
We have been home from Ireland 3 weeks and still we wish we were back at Acton's Beachside Camping!!! Our stay there was the best camping experience and we would recommend the campsite to anyone thinking of camping in Ireland. The most stunning scenery, beautiful private beach that shelves gently out, (perfect for small children), clean toilets and shower and a lovely un-cramped friendly vibe. This is such a gem of a campsite that we will definately be returning!!
Babs Anderson (20th Aug 2010)
We stayed at this camp site over a weekend in June 2010 and it was perfect.
The site is surrounded by water on three sides and everywhere you look you will see a spectacular view. It is a small camp site without all the fuss, just good clean toilets and shower, on-site beach and close to beautiful nature and a reasonable distance to very friendly towns.
We would definitely recommend this camp site and will certainly be back ourselves.
Gunvor Larsen (24th Jun 2010)