Ireland’s national maritime festival, SeaFest, returns to Galway Harbour in July.
The historic twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina commemorate High King Brian Ború each year with a festival of fun events...
Give It A Go Achill 2018 is a series of taster sessions allowing you to try out a host of various activities on an island...
Enjoy an evening of music, food, visual art, dance, and design when the Italian Fusion Festival returns to Dublin this...
The Waterford Garden Trail boasts a range of events and includes gardens of the great old houses as well as garden centres.
The banks of the Boyne have their biggest weekend of the year when the Irish Maritime Festival arrives into Drogheda...
Cork has the second largest natural harbour in the world, and the Cork Harbour Festival is amazing way to celebrate...
You and the whole family are invited to join in the massive celebrations in the heart of the west for the 100th Claremorris...
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