Eco-Camping and Glamping in County Clare, Ireland

Furnished Tents, Cosy Cabins, Yoga & Meditation (Taking bookings from July 20th)


From May through to September, we offer “Cosy Camping” or “Glamping” in our cool canvas Bell Tents and off-grid wooden cabins. Limited Pitches for tents and camper vans, enquire by email. Wake to the sounds of country life, Explore our Slí an tSuaimhnis through our native woodland or take a 15 minute walk to the local shore and pier and bring your togs for a dip in case the tide is in! A true getaway.


Why not try some Yoga or meditation while you are here? Weekly drop-in Yoga classes run in our bright cosy Yoga room with Trea. We host a Women and Girls Yoga weekend in May, and August, a, Yoga and Vegan cookery retreat in June and the Loop Head Wellness Weekend in September. A Yoga class may be the perfect group activity for your getaway with friends.


At our retreat space, we offer a selection of experiences that keep you firmly connected to the outdoor environment where you can enjoy all the benefits of nature bathing. Spending time in nature has been proven to enhance wellbeing; physically, mentally and emotionally for young and old. Some events are off-site activities such as Dolphin watching or Horse-riding.

Purecamping Events


Cancelled due to COVID-19 Yoga and Vegan cooking Retreat

12/06/202014/06/2020From 225.00
The sun stops (Grianstad in Irish) and so should you…...

‘Nourish’ Women and Girls retreat

Treat yourself and the women and girls in your life...


A great family campsite!

We had a fantastic time at the Purecamping site.


Great campsite. The bell tent was very nice. Even though the campsite was full when I was there it was still well spaced out and they don’t allow the place to get overcrowded.

Wild and wonderful

What a wonderful campsite. This is our second time back and we love it even more.

Pure magic

Back again to Pure camping. We’d been there two years previous and felt that we needed our fix!

Great campsite for bicycle touring

This is a great campsite and perfect for bike tourists for a few reasons…

Great for novice and experienced campers – wonderful owners and fantastic site

Kevin and Trea are fantastic hosts and can be proud of all their work on this lovely site. There’s such a lovely vibe on the site and you can see everyone enjoying themselves.

Magical campsite!

Camped in the woods amidst native Irish woodland. Woken by beautiful birdsong at dawn, including a cuckoo! Our clearing was next to an ancient ring fort (beware of the fairies!!) and had a small fire pit, for which you can buy wood to burn.

Natural camping experience

Trea and Kevin are lovely hosts and make you feel welcome on this beautiful piece of land. The campground is beautifully located and it almost does not feel like you are on a campground at all.

nice welcoming place

A friend mine told me about this place referring to it as a “hippy campsite” ? , so I decided to stay there on my cycle tour. It’s not actually a place where hippy’s hang out, but it has that kind of vibe I guess ?

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Turn up the volume and listen to the ocean 🌊 ...

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🦋 New addition 3:
Tolglann / Lounging area decked out with a lick of paint and a new recycled sink (base is a school table from recently closed local national school)
More comfort and space for our guests. 🌿🦋🌿🦋🌿🦋

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🦋 New addition 2:
Covered BBQ area and new BBQ of course to feed the hungry heads 🌿

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🦋 New addition 1:
Even cosier campfires. Something comfy to sit your bums on 🌿

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Sea Campion at Baltard, West Clare ...

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Greetings guests and visitors🌿
We just wanted to give you a little update given the roadmap announcement on May 4th. We 'plan' to open on July 20th. That will be dependent on how well we keep this Corona virus in check approaching that date.
We can only make plans with the information we have to hand right now. Which means, thankfully, we can open, albeit late in the season and with additional updates to the site in place to allow you, our guests to socially distance appropriately and to keep your hands washed which are the main factors in fighting this virus.
Plans so far:
🌱installation of a new marquee to extend our kitchen
🌱new extended decked space in pizza oven covered area with new BBQ 🌱installation of hand sanitisers in common spaces 🌱camping kitchen time slots with 2-3 families cooking at a time with one family member in the kitchen at a time
🌱individual unit crockery and cutlery
🌱a request for campers with own tents to bring their own cooking and eating equipment 🌱we will have reusable face masks for sale here made locally should you feel the need to use them in common spaces. You may see us wearing them on check-in and check-out which will seem bizarre but we are all getting used to bizarre now.
🌱NO drop-in camping or camper van'ing until September, with the exception of cyclists as they often have cycled long distances to get to their daily destination.
We have done our best to reschedule holidays that were planned before Jul 20th and have prioritised those bookings. We have NO AVAILABILITY NOW, until August 24th (except for a cabin on Aug 11th for 3 nights). That includes everything, cabins, pre-erected tents and pitches. But we have lots of availability in September and we plan to have our cabins available right up to the end of October. So, this may be the year to re-think holiday time. Thank you for reading and if you know other Purecamper's, you might pass on the news. Thank you 🌿🥰

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