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Purecamping Eco Tourism

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At Purecamping, we have adopted an ethos of sustainable tourism and we are using ecotourism guidelines to give ourselves a structured set of criteria to aim for so that we are involved in a continual process of finding the best ways for us to tread lightly on the earth.

Some definitions in a sea of terms:

Sustainable tourism is tourism development that avoids damage to the environment, economy and cultures of the locations where it takes place. The aim of sustainable tourism is to ensure that development is a positive experience for local people; tourism companies; and tourists themselves.

Responsible Tourism is tourism ‘that creates better places for people to live in and better places to visit.

Ecotourism is responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.” (TIES, 1990)




Pure Space

Pure Space


Eco Glamping site (formally known as Purecamping) with Yoga set in the small village of Querrin on the Loop Head Peninsula. Visit www.purespace.ie to book a spot or ring 086 3819216.

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What a lovely job we have 🌿Just found this little note from German cyclist Anna. She had cycled all the way from Tralee, crossed the ferry with plans to cycle around Loop Head and head up towards the Cliffs of Moher the following day. I admire these cyclists no end. Such strength and resilience and minimal carbon footprint a bonus 🌿#cycling #bike #loveloophead VisitClare Loop Head e-bikes ... See MoreSee Less
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