Inistioge is a romantic village beautifully located on the banks of the River Nore in South Kilkenny which has been the location for several movies …
There is so much to see in Ireland's capital, but we've distilled it down to a few essentials for those who can only visit for a short time.
Not to long ago visitors avoided Belfast, but times have changed and it is now a vibrant and fascinating city which you should include on your itinerary.
Ireland's second city is a compact place build largely on an island and easily explored on foot.
Known as the city of the tribes, Galway is the undisputed festival capital of Ireland and no matter what time of year you visit the chances are there …
Dominated by the river Shannon, with the imposing King John's Castle on its banks, Limerick is a proud city with much to be proud of.
Abbeyleix is a planned town, built in the 18th century by the 2nd Viscount de Vesci, whose descendants still live in nearby Abbeyleix House.
Once a small seaside town and port, Arklow has grown enormously in recent years and is now a commuter town serving Dublin.
In the past Athlone was the scene of many battles due to its location at a strategic crossing point on the River Shannon.
Ballina is a busy market town famed as a centre for anglers, who are drawn to the salmon in the River Moy.
The biggest event in Ballinasloe's year is the annual Great October Fair, Ireland's largest horse fair and probably its oldest.
In a relatively little visted part of Ireland, Belmullet is a perfect spot for those who want to get away from it all to a place with extraordinary …
One of Ireland's fastest growing towns, mainly due to good road connections to Dublin, Carlow is a busy place with good shops and much of interest in …
Famed as a centre of lacemaking, Carrickmacross is located in an area rich in lakes and popular with anglers.