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
Tourism Pure Walking Holidays offers guided walking tours and holidays for small groups in County Mayo. Hikers will...
Built in 1772 as the Diocessan Registry. A Grade A listed building. Restored and reopened in 2011.
Located within easy access of Dublin City, the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre is renowned for its enormous selection...
Lemonjelly is a fresh, young cafe located on Millenium Walkway in Dublin city centre, minutes from Jervis Street shopping...
Pallas Karting is an outdoor activity adventure centre, based in Tynagh, Loughrea, Co Galway which offers go-karting,...
Ballydougan Pottery Restaurant & Coffee Lounge offers Breakfast, Lunch & traditional Afternoon Tea.
Phillip is a qualified fishing instructor and guide. complete guiding service offered on Lough erne
This tour explores the coastal areas between Clifden and Leenane - quiet regions of extraordinary sea views.
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