County Kerry is a holiday-maker’s paradise. With so many things to do in Kerry, taking in Rugged coastlines, towering mountain ranges, colourful villages and scenery, it will leave you reaching for your camera at every turn! Tour the Dingle Peninsula
Cruising on the River Shannon The River Shannon stretches along 380 or so kilometers and connects Ireland’s lake-lands region by winding through 11 counties. If hiring a boat and investigating Ireland from the inland corridors appeal to you, a
The Antrim Coast offers a spectacular variety of attractions and places worth visiting on a short break in Ireland. The Glens of Antrim The Glens of Antrim are an area of outstanding natural beauty in north Antrim, stretching for 80
Mangerton Mountain Mangerton Mountain in Killarney stands at 839 metres (2,753 ft) and is the 25th tallest mountain in Ireland. The Devil’s Punch Bowl is a beautiful lake near the summit and is a perfect spot for a rest and
Galway is unlike any other county in Ireland. Located on the west coast on the Wild Atlantic Way, Galway is Ireland’s cultural capital with an ambience of its own. Here are some of our top picks for foodie hotspots in Galway.
It goes without saying that Ireland has incredible beaches. From the long and sandy stretches, to the remote and wild gems, our beautiful country has plenty to offer when it comes to coastal havens. Here’s a glimpse of possibly Ireland’s
This week saw the release of the 12th edition of Lonely Planet’s Ireland Guide. In the latest version of the guide is very positive on how far the country has come since the beginning of the eventful new millennium. In