With easy access from Dublin, Wicklow's beaches have long been a popular escape from the city, especially when temperatures soar.
Wexford means holiday time for a lot of Irish people and each summer sees families descend on the many fine beaches in numbers.
The Waterford coast is something of a hidden gem, treasured by those who know it but often overlooked by visitors.
The Barrow Valley is a quiet and unspoiled area, much loved by walkers and little visited by tourists.
Despite declining stocks of some fish, Ireland remains an excellent fishing destination, whether you are an angler in search of trout and salmon or …
Fishing for Salmon requires a license, and as almost all fishing rights on rivers and lakes are privately owned you'll need a permit too.