Renowned all over the world for its spectacular scenery, the popular Cliffs of Moher attraction has just received the accolade of the world’s best cliff view by the prestigious Condé Nast Traveller Magazine.
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Visitors are often asked which attractions they wish to see while on a vacation in Ireland, however, in the fifth National Heritage Survey, the opinions of the locals was sought after. The survey was carried out by Ecclesiastical Ireland in the run up … Continue reading
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Ireland is a perfect destination for summer holidays and offers some of the lushest emerald scenery in the world… and it comes in all shapes and sizes. Continue reading
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Unknown to many, the worldwide box office smash hit a Game of Thrones had its first three seasons filmed mainly in the Titanic Quarter of Belfast. Just recently HBO’s executive producer of the fantasy drama announced that the current series and … Continue reading
Finn McCool, a 52 ½ feet tall Irish hunter-warrior was known as a friendly giant and is something of a symbol for County Antrim hospitality today. People could often see him and his wife Oonagh gazing across the sea waving … Continue reading