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Knock Shrine in Knock, County Mayo, captures the compelling story of the Knock Apparition of 1879 and tells of the fifteen people who witnessed the event. A full range of facilities are available to visiting pilgrims.
Lough Derg, or St Patrick's Purgatory as it is traditionally known as, is Ireland's most ancient place of pilgrimage and is situated on Station Island, near the small village of Pettigo, County Donegal.
Located six miles west of Westport on the Louisburgh Road, Croagh Patrick is one of County Mayo's most famous landmarks. The mountain overlooks Clew Bay and the entire Western coastline.
Situated on the wild and beautiful Beara Peninsula in Allihies, County Cork, Dzogchen Beara is a Buddhist retreat centre which offers daily guided meditation classes and weekend retreats for beginners.
Anam Cara Writer's and Artist's Retreat is a year round retreat in Eyeries, County Cork, for writers and artists overlooking Coulagh Bay and the mountains and farmlands of the subtropical Beara Peninsula in West Cork.
Escape to the eco-resort of Ard Nahoo, nestled in the hills of north County Leitrim near Dromahair. Midweek and weekend packages are available including yoga and natural healthcare treatments.
St Finbarr’s Pilgrim Way, from Drimoleague to St Finbarr’s Hermitage. An ancient pilgrim path which has been recently revived, it traverses three mountain and valley systems, culminating in a glorious descent into Gougane Barra, 35km in two days.
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