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Belfast International Airport Motorhome Rental

Campervan Hire at Belfast Airport

Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, a part of the island of Ireland that is under British control.  It is the seat of the devolved government and steeped in the colourful modern history that led to the division of the island of Ireland.  Belfast International airport motorhome and campervan rental agents allow you to book online before you travel and collect directly at the airport.  Make sure to read up on the rules of the road before picking up your recreational vehicle (RV) hire.

Exploring Northern Ireland by campervan hire

It is worth planning a day to see Belfast city, including the popular open-top bus tour.  Northern Irelands other major city, Derry (sometimes referred to as London-Derry) dates back to the time of the Normans.  There are holiday parks and caravan and camping sites that will accept motorhomes, campervans and recreational vehicles with great locations and facilities at localities throughout Northern Ireland. 

Top of your list to visit must be The Giants Causeway, basalt formations caused by undersea volcanic eruptions.  Legend has it that the causeway was really put there by the warrior Fionn MacCumhaill.  Decide for yourself and enjoy the beautiful Causeway Coast scenic drive.  There are also walking trails in the area to stretch your legs.

Explore the Glens of Antrim from the town of Larne.  Take the rope bridge challenge at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, stretched out over a 23m wide and 20m deep chasm with the sea raging below.  Once you reach Carrick Island, on a clear day you can see across the North Channel to Scotland. 

The rolling green landscape of Northern Ireland is dotted with castles, monasteries and churches showing the 9000-year history of the area.  Drive your Belfast campervan or RV rental to Colerain to visit Mountsandel.  Explore Stone Age and early Christian-era archaeology and architecture through the counties of Fermanagh and Tyrone.

If you don’t mind a little chilly weather, take advantage of the motorhome and campervan facilities located in coastal towns.  Enjoy surfing, fishing, kayaking, cliff hiking and seal spotting in Donegal, a county that is actually a part of the Republic of Ireland as well as the province of Ulster, which is mostly under British rule.

After you’ve explored the entire region, you can either return your campervan to your Belfast International airport motorhome rental and campervan hire agent and go straight to your check-in desk; or alternatively explore the Republic of Ireland before returning your motorhome rental or campervan hire to Dublin Airport.  Though, by the end you’ll hardly want to leave!

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