A spine-tingling abbey, great crafts and seriously good hurling... Kilkenny's where it's at
Pick up a taste for hurling, gardens and good food in the heart of the county
How and where the Vikings left their mark in Ireland
From the castle to the crafts to the cafés – Kilkenny's got it covered
Mullaghmast is a National Monument in County Kildare. It includes earthworks, ringforts, barrows and a standing stone....
Glenariff Tea House is open daily 11:00 to 17:00 Easter to September.
Shipquay Gate is one of the original four city gates with the present archway dating from 1805.
Barrtra Seafood Restaurant is located just south of Lahinch, County Clare on the N67. They specialize in seafood dishes...
Medieval Kilkenny Stories through time is Kilkenny's first street theatrical Walking Tour. The tour starts from Kilkenny...
Our Lady’s Island is found near Rosslare in County Wexford. It was the place of a pre-Christian settlement and later,...
Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb, in Carran County Clare, dates around 2500BC. It lies close to Ballyvaughan in the beautiful...
The Costello and Fermoyle Fishery in County Galway is a premier sea trout and salmon fishery. It is located 40km from...
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