The range of places to visit in Ireland is massive. Among Ireland's most famous attractions are places such as the Giant's Causeway, the Guinness Storehouse, Newgrange, and Glendalough. Many of the places to visit in Ireland are of a historical significance, but for visitors with a more modern outlook there is also an excellent choice.
Families coming to Ireland are well catered for when it comes to fun and exciting things to see and do. Examples of these are Dublin Zoo (third oldest Zoo in the world), the Irish National Heritage Park, Fota Island Wildlife Park, Bunratty Castle and the Marble Arch caves.
People interested in spectacular outdoor scenery are spoilt when they come to Ireland. All parts of the country have their particular charming and sometimes dramatic scenery. Areas such as the Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Cliffs of Moher, the Glens of Antrim, and the Ring of Kerry boast outstanding natural beauty.
Dromoland, Co Clare, Ireland
Dromoland Castle Golf and Country Club has been in existence since 1962 and golf has been played for over 40 years over the lush rolling tree lined landscape that drains into Dromoland Lough with the Castle as a backdrop. In 2004, course architects,
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Galway City, 47 Dominick Street, Co Galway, Ireland, H91 X0AP
Galway Arts Centre's is the home of the west of Ireland's leading multi - disciplinary arts centre.
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Number 4, RHO, Fanore, Co Clare, Ireland
Aloha Surf School runs surfing lessons in the heart of the Burren in Fanore, Co. Clare, Ireland. The beautiful Fanore Beach with all its space, solitude and uncrowded waves provides the ideal location for those wanting to learn to surf. We offer the highe
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Glynsk, Cashel, Connemara, Co. Galway, H91 DF80
Seafood Bar/Restaurant, Irish Crafts & Fashion. Craft shop open daily 10am - 6pm Bar Food served from 12 - 9pm
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Coole Nature Reserve, Gort, Co. Galway, Ireland, H91 HF5X
The former home of Lady Gregory, a founder of the Abbey Theatre and friend of William Butler Yeats. The house no longer stands, but the estate is now a national nature reserve. The garden of the house, with its yew walk and autograph tree is preserved. Ca
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Bunratty, Co. Clare, Ireland
Bunratty Castle was built in 1425 by the MacNamaras and then passed to the O'Briens who were Earl of Thomond. The Castle is furnished with mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings. Medieval Banquets are held in the Castle year round, subject to deman...
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Galway City, Co Galway, Ireland, H91 PY20
The Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas is the largest medieval parish church in Ireland in continuous use as a place of worship. Founded in 1320, this Church of Ireland (Anglican) church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas of Myra, the patron saint of seafarers
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Quin, Co. Clare, Ireland
At Craggaunowen - The Living Past, we come to the arrival of the Celts in Ireland. The story is told of how they lived, farmed, hunted and died.
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Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, Ireland, H91 AX26
Perhaps Ireland's most famous caves, with visitors centre. You can take guided tours of the caves, and learn about the caves in the limestone rock of the Burren's karst landscape.
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Galway City, Co Galway, Ireland, H91 A780
Galway Cathedral, located on an island in the River Corrib is one of Galway's landmark buildings and also one of the largest. Built in the early 1960s it's modern construction contains an impressive interior including a 145 foot high dome.
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