Daily parking lot only

(A67 PH01) Brittas Bay -

Created on 05.08.2019 by Enh
#143510 - Daily parking lot only
2 services
  • Waste container
  • Public toilets
1 activities
  • Swimming possible

Grand parking goudronné avec une barrière qui ferme officiellement à 21h, tout comme les toilettes. A quelques pas de la plage. Bon pour la dernière nuit avant le ferry. Barrière de hauteur qui ne permet pas aux véhicules de plus de 2,2 m d'entrer. Ajouté le 05 juin : 10 € pour les camping-cars à garer de 9h à 21h. Pas de stationnement de nuit autorisé. ***.

Large paved parking lot with a barrier that officially closes at 9 p.m., as do the toilets. A few steps from the beach. Good for last night before the ferry. Height barrier that does not allow vehicles over 2.2m entry. Added 05 June: €10 for campervans to park 9am to 9pm. No overnight parking allowed. ***.

Großer gepflasterter Parkplatz mit Schranke, die offiziell um 21 Uhr schließt, ebenso wie die Toiletten. Ein paar Schritte vom Strand entfernt. Gut für die letzte Nacht vor der Fähre. Höhenbarriere, die den Zutritt von Fahrzeugen über 2,2 m verbietet. Hinzugefügt am 5. Juni: 10 € für das Parken von Wohnmobilen zwischen 9 und 21 Uhr. Das Parken über Nacht ist nicht gestattet. ***.

Price of services
Nicht verfügbar
Parking cost
Number of places
May - september
Limited height:
  • 52.8767, -6.0646 (lat, lng)
    N 52°52’36.2856” W 6°3’52.4484”

  • A67 PH01 Brittas Bay,
    flag-ie Ireland

Average (5 Feedback) : 2.6/5
  • 2/5

    €10 per day for Campervan’s. Height Barriers are open from 9am to 9pm. No overnight parking allowed. €10 per day is very poor when you consider the rate for a days car parking is €4.

  • 5/5

    Free car park now but toilets closed due to Covid and all bins are sealed off. Amazing beach.

  • 1/5

    From Facebook - Wicklow Co Council- “Campers and Camper Vans are not permitted to stay overnight in Brittas Bay North and South. Anybody attempting to camp or stay in a caravan will he moved on every evening from 7.30 starting Thursday 15th July.”

  • 1/5

    Do not park here! We parked here for two nights and the gate wasn’t locked on the first night so we thought we’d stay again. On the second night, a man came by at around 5pm and said he was locking the gates and they’d be open around 9am the next day (a Monday). Long story short, he never came to unlock the gate the next day, which was this morning. It’s now 12pm and we only got let out because a man from the council happened to drive down and saw us there. He told us that the car park is privately managed and during winter it is only open on weekends. So the man who said it’d be open Monday morning at 9 lied to us and was just going to leave us there for a week. With no shops close by and no drinking water onsite, this could have been disastrous. I wouldn’t chance staying here. The man from the council that let us out said that the company managing the car park were really unreliable, so I imagine this isn’t the first time this has happened. Avoid!

  • 4/5

    Parking cost €4. Campervans can stay over night but just note that the gates of the parking lot are locked at 9pm sharp and won't reopen until 8am Parking attendants will come around before locking up to double check that you are staying over night. It's a quiet place to stay for a night or 2 Direct access to the beach from pathways Toilet facilities, water (not for drinking) rubbish bins