Holidays & Breaks in Ireland
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County Cork, in Ireland's South West is a county full of colour and contrasts, which includes some of Ireland's most beautiful scenery, sandy beaches and hidden coves. From the bustling streets of Cork City, to the beauty of West Cork, the tranquility of North Cork and the holiday atmosphere of East Cork, discover what Cork has to offer on your Irish holiday break.
What to See and Do in Cork
- Fota Wildlife Park
- Cork City Gaol - really is a tourist attraction
- Kinsale - The Gourmet Capital of Ireland
- Harbour Town of Cobh
- Spike Island
- Grey Hound Stadium for a night out
- Cork Sea Safari - Coastal Tour & Dolphin watching
- Ballycotton Picturesque Harbour Village
East and South East
From the buzz of Dublin to ancient heritage sites, magnificent mountains to wide sandy beaches…. Ireland's east and south east offers this and more. Enjoy the drive through Devils Glen to Greystones and onto Bray, visit Johnny Fox's pub - said to be the oldest in Ireland. Heading inland to Kilkenny, once the medieval capital of Ireland or the Rock of Cashel. As for beaches, there are many to choose from including Brittas Bay, Curracloe, Rosslare Strand, Woodstown , Annestown… why not find your favourite and relax.
What to See and Do in the East and South East
- Rock of Cashel, Co. Tipperary
- Curragh Horse Racing, Co. Kildare
- Sally Gap Drive in Co. Wicklow
- Waterford Crystal
- Lismore Heritage Centre , Co. Waterford
- Hooks Head Lighthouse, Co. Wexford
- Belvedere House, Co. Westmeath
- Brittas Bay 5km of sandy beach - Co. Wicklow
The 'closet thing to heaven on earth'... that's Co. Kerry so the residents say. It's hard to disagree - every turn of the rugged coastline reveals another snug, brightly painted village. With more than 13 Blue Flag beaches, Kerry is a haven for water sports enthusiasts and sand-castle builders and much more.
What to See and Do in Kerry
- In Dingle take a boat trip and meet Fungi the dolphin.
- Killarney National Park and Gap of Dunloe
- Tralee to Blennerville Steam Railway.
- Crag Cave at Castleisland.
- Aqua Dome in Tralee - ride the slides and rapids.
- Bring the golf clubs and play a round of golf.
- Drive the Ring of Kerry 110 miles - spectacular scenery.
- Sing the night away in one of Killarney's singing pubs.
Dublin is one of Europe's oldest cites and offers an eclectic mix of city, countryside and coastline. As well as retaining its historical and cultural charms, Dublin offers two shopping areas Henry and Grafton Street, trendy bars, elegant restaurants, craft shops and street markets, not to forget the many tourist attractions and charm of the locals.
What to See and Do in Dublin City
- Kilmainham Gaol
- Malahide Castle and Dublin Castle
- Evening of Folklore at the Brazen Head
- Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium
- The Merry Ploughboys Music Pub
- Wax Museum
- Guinness Store House
- Irish Writers Walking Tour
Head west for wild landscapes and the majestic Atlantic coastline with spectacular scenery and high cliffs. This dramatic coastline stretching from Clare to the northern most post part of Donegal, exhilarating landscapes of Co. Sligo, magical Co. Mayo, bohemian Galway City and Limerick on the banks of the River Shannon is yours to enjoy and explore at your own pace when you tour with your car. See the Wild Atlantic West view video
What to See and Do in Ireland West
- Breathtaking Cliffs of Moher
- Bunratty Castle & Folk Park - great for everyone
- Loughwell Farm Park - great for kids
- Take the Sky Road drive to Clifden
- Dogs Bay and Gurteen Beaches in Galway
- Kylemore Abbey and Gardens
- Seaweed Baths at Enniscronne
- Glenveagh National Park Donegal