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West Cork is known for boasting some of Ireland’s most scenic and rugged coastline. The area attracts many people taking a vacation in Ireland due to the fantastic whale watching and sea kayaking opportunities it offers.
The acclaimed Feile Neidin or Kenmare Irish Music Festival is set to take place from the 9th until the 16th April, bringing a celebration of Irish music, song and dance to the stunning setting of Kenmare. The town of Kenmare is … Continue reading
Ahead of the up and coming St. Patrick’s Day, Tourism Ireland have launched a video showcasing footage from its Global Greening initiative, where global landmarks are set to light up green for St. Patrick’s Day.
To continue with our feature on “10 great reasons to visit Ireland in 2015”, part 3 takes us to the South Coast of Ireland and particularly to the counties of Cork, Kerry and Waterford.
To continue with our blog on the top reasons to take a trip to Ireland in 2015, we are highlighting some more of our top picks and reasons to take a trip to Ireland in 2015.
2015 is the year for the celebration of the life and works of WB Yeats. Festivities for this year-long celebration are already underway with a range of events taking place in County Sligo. Organisers are estimating that the year-long event … Continue reading
The countdown is certainly on to the New Years Eve Festival in Dublin. This year’s festivities are set to take the Dublin city by storm with a three-day city-wide music and arts festival, running from the 30th of December until … Continue reading
New additions to Ireland’s Blue Book’s collection of country houses, hotels and restaurants for 2015.
Ireland’s Blue Book is an elite collection of the countries finest country houses, hotels and restaurants. Entries into this prestigious guide are selected on strict criteria with a major emphasis on properties with a strong individualistic style, atmosphere and character … Continue reading
The world’s longest defined coastal touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches for over 2,500km along the west coast of Ireland. A must-see for those planning on taking a trip to Ireland, this route takes in the unspoiled and rugged … Continue reading
Similar to how Dublin has become a digital capital for large companies such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Google, the Mid West region of Ireland has it’s sights on becoming the sports tourism capital of Europe. This title would be a … Continue reading