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Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral
In Viking times a small wooden church already stood at the location of today‘s Christ Church Cathedral. read more

Ballintoy

Ballintoy
At Ballintoy bay small basalt isles and rock formations of various kinds rise out of the sea. This unique landscape is of … read more

Drombeg Stone Circle

Drombeg Stone Circle
The Dromberg Stone Circle is probably Ireland‘s most famous and most frequently visited stone circle. This is due firstly to the … read more

Murlough Bay

Murlough Bay
It is considered to be one of the most beautiful bays along the coast of Antrim but is still a kind of insider's tip. The reason … read more

Abbey Island

Abbey Island
The ruin of Derrynane Abbey sits enthroned over one of Ireland's most beautiful beaches. In common parlance, the idyllic patch … read more

Three Castle Head

Three Castle Head
Insider‘s tip, little-known gem or a worthwhile trip - no matter how you name it, Three Castle Head is one of the must-see … read more

Ring of Kerry

Ring of Kerry
Ireland´s probably most famous visitor attraction, the Ring of Kerry, is a panoramic road that surrounds the Iveragh Peninsula … read more

Lough Hyne

Lough Hyne
Lough Hyne, sometimes also written Lough Ine, is a truly unique place. The salt-water lake is connected to the ocean via a … read more

Slea Head

Slea Head
Slea Head is located at the western tip of the Dingle Peninsula and is easily rechable from the main town Dingle via the winding … read more

Dysert O'Dea

Dysert O'Dea
At the southern tip of the Burren, near Corofin lie the ruins of the Dysert O’Dea church. The complex got its name from the … read more

Lough Derg

Lough Derg
Lough Derg is the largest of the three Shannon lakes and is located in or let‘s say between the counties of Clare, Galway and … read more

Mizen Peninsula and Mizen Head

Mizen Peninsula and Mizen Head
The Mizen Peninsula in the far Southwest is one of the most beautiful parts of Ireland, which provides a bit of everything that … read more

Dingle Peninsula

Dingle Peninsula
Seemingly endless beaches, adventurous mountain passes, a dolphin in the main town´s bay, remains of Celtic settlements... read more

Garrykennedy Castle and Old Harbour

Garrykennedy Castle and Old Harbour
Today's Garrykennedy at Lough Derg was once a fortification of the O´Kennedy’s. In the 15th Century this old Irish clan built a … read more

Rock of Dunmase

Rock of Dunmase
In the middle of the countryside a majestic rock rises up and looks like the ancient greek Acropolis. read more

Glanteenassig Forest Park

Glanteenassig Forest Park
The Glanteenassig Forest Park is one of the lesser known jewels on the Dingle Peninsula. read more

Carrickabraghy Castle

Carrickabraghy Castle
In the north of Donegal the remains of Carrickabraghy Castle can be found on the Isle of Doag. read more

Priest's Leap

Priest's Leap
An alternative route from Glengarriff to Kenmare leads over the Priest's Leap pass. read more