Away from the crowds around the Cliffs of Moher there is a quieter but no less beautiful stretch of coastline in Clare, around peaceful Loop Head.
It is a sparsely populated area which will reward those prepared to get off the beaten track and its lighthouse can even be rented and stayed in as the ultimate getaway retreat.Read More
Glendalough in Co Wicklow with its famous round tower was one of the most important Christian monastic settlements in Europe.
It is a mystical and beautiful place to visit and is located in the heart of the Wicklow National Park, one of the most scenic areas in Ireland and a magnet for hill walkers.Read More
The Burren is a unique landscape, a vast limestone plateau stretching inland from the Cliffs of Moher, below which is a subterranean world of caves, rivers and lakes.
In Spring and Summer it is ablaze with flowers, many of them rare, which attract abundant bees, butterflies and birds. There are literally hundreds of megalithic remains here, the most famous being the Poulnabrone Dolmen.Read More
The Cliffs of Moher is one of the most visited places in Ireland, featuring on almost every tour itinerary. Once it was remote, lonely and savage place, but a lot has changed with the building of a multi-million Euro visitor centre.
Some would say it’s been spoiled by this centre, and it certainly has lost something, but it’s definitely still worth a visit.Read More