Ireland 2015

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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Game of Thrones
Filled with magnificent and stunning landscapes, Northern Ireland is host to many stunning areas of natural beauty. Only an hour from Belfast and at the foot of the Mourne Mountains is 630 hectares of the haunting and romantic Tullymore Forest. read more

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
The northern edge of Ireland is one of the most spectacular coastlines you will ever lay your eyes on. Lined with highlight after highlight is the drive from Belfast to the Giants Causeway so make sure you stop to enjoy the scenery along the way. read more

The Gobbins
A brand new cliff face experience at the Island Magee, County Antrim is an amazing place to visit. The name comes from the Irish description of the way the cliff faces come out. read more

Belfast City Food and Drink
One thing we highly suggest on your trip to Ireland is a visit to Belfast city. Becoming well known in the 1800’s for its linen industry, Belfast later took the word by storm in the heavy industrial revolution and ship building industry. read more

Giants Causeway
There’s no question Ireland is surrounded with deep traditions and history but when travelling on the Emerald Isle you will also find yourself enthralled with takes of Irish folk law, especially on the Giants Causeway. read more

Newgrange
Northern Ireland is known for its amazing attractions and the intriguing history but it’s the ancient history you need to check out. The Boyne Valley In County Meath is home to a variety of experiences. read more

Causeway Coastal Route
Want to experience Irelands real charm you’ll find it in the countryside where quaint tiny towns meet epic landscapes. One drive worth factoring into your itinerary for your visit to Ireland is the Causeway Coastal Route. read more

Slane Castle
On the doorsteps of Dublin is one of the most picturesque and historical areas in all of Ireland, the Boyne Valley. Filled with Irish culture and history, this location houses Slane Castle, one of Irelands most famous 18th century houses. read more

Medieval Mile
Ireland is full of many little towns and Kilkenny has got to be one of our favourites. On the banks of the River Nore and an hour and a half south-west of Dublin, Kilkenny was the countries capital and is now a buzzing cultural mecca. read more

Loftus Hall Ghost Story
Even before the sun has set on Hook Head, an eerie darkness settles on the peninsula in Ireland’s southeast. Here stands the most haunted place in Ireland, a bleak and exposed mark on the headland. read more

Trump International
Travelling along the Irish coast takes you through many quaint and picturesque towns and villages, all interest filled. Doonbeg, in West County Clare, is a beautiful place to stop and enjoy its slow pace and dramatic scenery. read more

The Cliffs of Moher with Dooline Ferries – Wild Atlantic Way Signature Point
No visit to Ireland, especially the wonderful Wild West, would be complete without heading to the Cliffs of Moher, one of nature’s true wonders and some of the most rugged coastline on the planet. read more

Sea Kayaking
West Cork’s abundant coastline is dotted with deserted islands, ancient castles, sea caves, hidden coves and an abundance of marine life. Baltimore is a village just off the Wild Atlantic Way. read more

Mizen Head
Mizen Head is located at the extremity of the Mizen peninsula. If you love dramatic cliff scenery, wide ocean views and colourful seafaring history, then enjoy as the Wild Atlantic Way drops you right at its doorstep. read more

Kylemore Abbey and Gardens
Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden is a beautiful destination to visit in Connemara at any time of year. Kylemore Abbey is a Benedictine monastery that was founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle. read more

Killary Harbour/Delphi Adventure Resort
Some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery is located in the southwest of the island, and our destination today is the picturesque village of Leenane with its stunning Killary Harbour, situated northwest of Galway. read more

Experience the Burren with Tony Kirby
‘The Burren’ is an anglicisation of the Gaelic term ‘An Bhoireann’ which means “a stony place”. The Burren includes most of the north of County Clare and parts of the south east of County Galway. read more

Dingle Cookery School
The difference is Dingle… Once cited as one of the most beautiful places on earth by National Geographic, with blue waters surrounding the lush green hills of the Dingle Peninsula. read more

Patrick Ryan’s Firehouse Bread School, Heir Island
When in West Cork, one thing you have to tick off the itinerary is a visit to Heir Island. This island is a little piece of heaven tucked away in a corner of Roaring Water Bay. read more

Slea Head Drive to Visit the Blasket Centre
Come along with us as we explore the Slea Head Drive, a circular route that begins and ends in Dingle that takes in a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of the peninsula. read more