Go off the beaten track and discover some of the island of Ireland’s lesser-known castles and abbeys and their magical tales. There is a castle or abbey, intact or in ruins, around every corner on the island of Ireland. The best-known ones are magnets for visitors meaning it’s often hard to get the time and space to soak up their...
Be kind to yourself and to the environment on a relaxing eco-retreat in the midst of Ireland’s gorgeous green landscape. If you love to travel but want to keep your footprint to a minimum, seek out one of the many eco-retreats on offer on the island of Ireland.These are places that will take you a world away from daily stresses...
Let the combination of sea, sand and serenity work its magic on a coastal break on the island of Ireland. If you’re ready for a break from the daily treadmill, you’ll find wave-lapped golden shores, dramatic cliffs and secluded hideaways waiting for you on the island of Ireland. Where better to enjoy great sea views than from a lighthouse. Stay in...
Halloween events round-up from around the country From clowns with chainsaws to deadly dinosaurs, Celtic sporting mythology, pumpkin farms, and music festivals, there’s wickedly good events happening across the country across October and Halloween. Visit Europe’s best scream park, The Nightmare Realm at Dublin City Market The Nightmare Realm, which was voted this year as Europe’s Best Scream Park, is returning to...
Ireland’s rural heartlands offer serene beauty, picturesque towns and villages and heritage gems, without the crowds. Relaxation is the watchword for Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands. With gorgeous lake lands, rivers, hills and forests, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a slow adventure in nature. The majestic River Shannon flows through the Heartlands, so taking a cruise is a great way to see...
Dive under the sea at new Exploris Aquarium experience Northern Ireland’s Exploris Aquarium has opened a new Under the Sea experience offering a diver’s view of the ocean depths. Located in Portaferry on the beautiful Ards Peninsula, Exploris Aquarium is one of Northern Ireland’s top visitor attractions. The aquarium and seal sanctuary has recently opened a new experience that enables visitors...
GAA-mad kids can learn more about Ireland’s ancient sport from the time of Setanta right up to the era of Cian Lynch! As the ancient Irish festival of Samhain draws near, the GAA Museum at Croke Park invites families to celebrate with a unique twist on Halloween at their much-anticipated "Hurloween" Tours.  Swop ghouls for goals and embark on a journey...
Whatever your interests, there’s a perfect winter break waiting for you on the island of Ireland. Whether you’re the great outdoors type, prefer to mull through a museum, love a festival, or are happy to relax by an open fire, you’ll find the perfect winter break on the island of Ireland. Here are six ways to enjoy what the island...
Heritage and nature combine to offer a blissful Blueway adventure along the River Suir Tipperary Tourism invites you to experience a blissful adventure along the Suir Blueway Tipperary this August. With 53km of stunning scenery and hidden historical gems which you can explore by foot, on bikes or over water, there is a piece of Blueway bliss to suit everyone. With many visitors looking...
Northern Ireland’s exhilarating Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge has reopened for those bold enough to take the walk across it. The famous suspension bridge, one of the many major stops along the celebrated Causeway Coastal Route in County Antrim, is now welcoming back guests following a period of pandemic-related closure.First erected by salmon fishermen more than 250 years ago, the attraction is owned and...

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