Honeymoon in South West of Ireland

Love, emotions, dreams. A honeymoon; the moment when everything is bright, the future is ready to be discovered and the magic of the wedding day is still in the air.

Why don’t make this moment even more romantic and unforgettable in one of the most lovely areas with a honeymoon in Ireland?

The South West is the place where nature, history, and traditions merge together, but also the location of the most famous attractions, shopping area, and pubs where we spend an unforgettable time.

Cork City & West Cork

This area offer an incredible variety of places to go, beaches to see and nature to discover.

Located 15 minutes away from Cork City, Blarney Castle is a place of the famous Stone of Eloquence. It is surrounded by magnificent gardens, flowers, and trees where you can walking hand in hand, listen to the birdsong and the sounds of the nature around you. 

An unforgettable romantic experience for your Irish honeymoon and the starting point for more romantic adventures.

From Kinsale to Beara, the West Cork area offers a large range of incredible places for your honeymoon. The Bantry House and Gardens are about dreaming about the future surrounded by rare flowers, the romantic beaches in Clonakilty and Barley Cove, where breath the ocean scent and stay until the sunset create its fire shapes on the waves. 

Looking for an adventurous honeymoon? Beara Peninsula is the perfect place for a challenging just-married couple that wants to discover Ireland along trails surrounded by nature.

To add a sprinkle of Irish craic to your honeymoon the traditional pubs such as O’Sullivan’s in Crookhaven, An Tigìn in Schull and The Corner Bar in Skibbereen, are the best place where listen good music, have a pint and taste of traditional food.

Kerry and the Ring of Kerry

The Ancient Kingdom of Kerry is the place where history meets magic. 

Land of legends from the past is now the perfect location for your honeymoon.

The must-see place is without any hesitation is Gap of Dunloe. In a fairytale scenario set between water, rocks, and sky, the time seems to stand still.

The romantic town of Killarney offers incredible and romantic accommodations where staying, and a nice place for your honeymoon night outs where lovely traditional pubs such as Buckley’s bar, Major Colgan’s and Kenmare Room’s, are waiting to be discovered and joined.

For your daytime adventure, Killarney offers incredible places to visit, and Ross Castle is one of these. Located on the shore of Lough Leane, is the starting point of romantic boat trips in the placid water of this lake embedded between mountains and sky. 

If you are looking for something unique for your honeymoon, in August the village of Glenbeigh and the Rossbeigh Strand are the places of an incredible Racing Festival, where the jockeys battle it between sand and waves. 

Dingle Peninsula

Place for all the active Mr. and Mrs, Dingle Peninsula offers mountains to climb, water sports to do, and a lot of local festivals and fun. 

The crystal water of the shoreline and the amazing beaches such as Inch Beach, provide the best opportunity to try new couple challenges. Surfing on the amazing waves in the sunset, be part of kayaking tours that will bring you to discover stunning sea caves and the Peninsula shoreline with a different point of view. 

After a long day on the waves, the traditional pubs and restaurants will be the perfect place for a romantic night out. O’Connors Bar and Restaurant, Dingle Pub or Murphy’s Bar in Brandon, are just some examples of the lovely offered by Dingle Peninsula. Located in front of the sea, or in colorful buildings, a truly irish welcome is waiting for you, and of course a fresh pint of beer. 


Part of the incredible Wild Atlantic Way, from the lunar landscape of Burren to the powerful Cliff of Moher, Clare county is an incredible location for your honeymoon.

The little and colorful village of Doolin provides music and fun, and a ferry service to the Aran Islands, where spend a romantic night surrounded by the sound of the ocean. For who prefer to stay on the land, Lahinch and Liscannor offer an incredible atmosphere, art galleries, restaurants and lovely promenades. These two lovely villages are the perfect location to enjoy a sunny day walking hand in hand by the sea, or try fresh seafood with a refreshing pint.  

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