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County Kerry, located on the south-eastern coast of the Republic of Ireland, is dominated by beautiful and rugged peninsulas and inlets. Its Iveragh Peninsula is a popular spot with..
Cork is the Rupublic of Ireland's largest and southernmost county.
Known as "The Rebel County" for its important role during the Irish War of Independence as well as the Irish Civil..
County Kilkenny, located in the southern end of the Republic of Ireland, has much to offer the visitor. For those interested in a sporting getaway, Kilkenny has a wide range of fishing..
Waterford County is in the south east of Ireland. It takes in a long sweeping coastline and two mountain ranges, the Knockmealdown Mountains and the Comeragh Mountains. The coastline has..
The Ring of Kerry is located in the South West of Ireland and is a 170 Kilometre loop around the Iveragh Peninsula. The route is one of the best known and busy tourist routes in Ireland..
Situated just 500 metres from Cashel town in Tipperary and an hours drive from Cork and two hours from Dublin, the Rock of Cashel is one of Irelands most distinct and famous icons.
Cobh is a sheltered seaport town on the south Coast of County Cork and is only and hours train ride from Cork City. Being situated on such a an large, accessible and protected harbour has..
Whether your passion is heritage, the great outdoors, or buzzing nightlife, Kilkenny has something for everyone. Kilkenny this year celebrates 400 years as a City and has a full year of..
300 year old Bantry house is situated on the southern side of Bantry bay in County Cork.
Bantry house originally started life as a small property that was purchased by Richard White in..
A light on Hook Head has marked the entrance to Waterford Harbour for at least two thousand years. The present structure, the medieval tower of Hook, is about 800 years old – one of the..
A popular destination for visitors, the beautiful village of Inistioge, set deep in the Nore Valley, is surrounded by mature woodland and rolling hills. Woodstock Estate and Gardens are..
Nestled at the base of Irelands largest Mountain range, MacGillicuddy Reeks, about 80 kilometres north west of Cork is Killarney. The town is the gateway to the Killarney Valley and the..
New Ross is a small town of 7000 people situated in County Wexford and Irelands only inland port. As well as the usual historic architectural highlights typical of Irish towns New Ross is..
Charles fort is a distinctive star shaped fort overlooking Kinsale harbour in County Cork.
Named after King Charles the Second, the shape of the fort was specifically designed to resist..
Cork City is the third largest city in ireland and is situated on the River Lee next to Cork Harbour, the worlds second largest natural harbour after Sydney Harbour.
As you would expect..
The pretty little seaside town of Killorglin is the first stop out of Killarney on the journey around the Ring of Kerry in the south west of Ireland. The town is a peaceful location..
The historical home to Irish whiskey, the Jameson Distillery in Midleton boasts the largest Pot Still (It can hold 33,000 gallons!) in the world and fine period structures dating back to..
In the South of Ireland just above Waterford county is South Tipperary. It consists of just over half of the original Tipperary county.
The principal town is Clonmel with it's spacious..
A must-see if you enjoy tales of human folly. Carlow castle is now in ruins after an unfortunate incident featuring a doctor, ambitious plans for building an asylum, and some dynamite.
Campile is a small village located in South Co. Wexford, with Dunbrody Abbey Visitor Centre and Kilmokea Gardens located closeby.
Carnsore Point is a headland in the very South East corner of County Wexford. For angling enthusiasts, the area offers good rough ground shore fishing. Carnsore Point also forms part of..
With 6,000 years of recorded history and an unsurpassed landscape to offer, the Dingle Peninsula is an ideal place to unwind.
Dunabrattin Head is situated on the scenic Copper Coast in Co Waterford. Interspersed with rocky headlands and charming beaches the Copper Coast is one of the most scenic stretches of..
This authentic recreation offers a factual insight into the toils of the Great Famine, which led many Irish people to emigrate to the USA via the Dunbrody.
Dungarvan is a thriving market town and medieval port. The Dungarvan Museum recounts the history of the town and the 12th century motte and bailey at Gallows Hill survives to this day...
Dunmore East is a charming fishing port and seaside resort set into rugged coastline at the mouth of Waterford estuary. It’s an unspoiled getaway full of silent coves, clean beaches..
Ferns is a pretty village with a long and fascinating history. Ferns Castle stands a shattered fortress which was built by the Normans in the 13th century. The village also features a..
The picturesque townland of Ferrycarrig is located 4km outside of Wexford Town. Ferrycarrig is home to the Irish National Heritage Park, a heritage trail, covering 35 acres, taking the..
The Johnstown Castle estate is 4 miles (6km) south west of Wexford town. This exquisite 19th century Castle is nestled within fifty acres of ornamental grounds. The gardens are home to the..
Kinsale is a charming seaside town on the coast of County Cork. It lies at the entrance of the river Bandon set hidden against the hills behind the town. The approach from the sea is..
The Skellig Islands, located just nine miles off the coast of Kerry, have intrigued visitors to the south-west corner of Ireland for years. The UNESCO world heritage site of Skellig Michael..
Stradbally is a picturesque village, nestled between the Comeragh mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. It has won numerous awards in the National Tidy Towns Competition. Two beach coves..
Meaning “Big Strand”, Tramore is one of the most aptly named towns in the region, with its famous 5 km golden, sandy beach surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and is one of the regions..
Youghal is a very popular seaside town on the South Coast of Ireland. It is located on the estuary of the Blackwater River and is in part popular because of the great beaches located here...
County Carlow, in the southeast of Ireland, has something for everyone, from shopping in the Carlow Markets or Fairgreen Shopping Centre, to Kayaking along the River Barrow or hang gliding..
Wexford is located on the South East coast of Ireland alongside Kilkenny and Waterford, south of Dublin. It is very accessible from Dublin has a beautiful coastline and many historic sites..
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