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5 reasons to visit Ireland

1. Stunning Scenery

Ireland is home to some of the world’s most beautiful sights such as the world-famous Giant’s Causeway in Co Antrim and the breath-taking Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare. All around the country, there is a wealth of sights just waiting be explored and enjoyed by you.

5 reasons to visit Ireland - Giant's Causeway in County Antrim

2. Beautiful Beaches

All along Ireland’s impressive coastline, there are hundreds of beautiful, sandy beaches to be found.  What better way to spend a few hours than walking along one of these beaches with the people you love and exploring the beautiful views that you find along the way.

Reasons to visit Ireland - Keem Beach in Achill County Mayo

3. Outdoor Activities

There are so many outdoor activities that can be completed in Ireland, from walking to angling to horse-riding, and everything in between.  Whether you are at a beginner or advanced level, there is an outdoor activity that will suit every age, ability and interest.

Reasons to visit Ireland - Glendalough in County Wicklow

4. Craic agus Ceol

Ireland is known all over the world as a place that is full of fun.  With the abundance of pubs in every Irish town, accompanied by the friendly locals and traditional Irish music, you are guaranteed to have a great night out during your stay in Ireland.

Reasons to visit Ireland - Crac Agus Ceol County Sligo

5. History

Ireland is a country with an exciting and fascinating history.   From castles to megalithic tombs, there is an abundance of historical ruins to visit during your stay here.  You may also get the opportunity to trace your own roots and find a link to your own Irish ancestry!

Reasons to visit Ireland - Trim Castle in County Meath

We have bed and breakfast in great locations throughout Ireland. They make a great base for exploring everything that the Emerald Isle has to offer!

                                  Stay in a bed & breakfast home when visiting Ireland

Posted: 10 Nov 2016 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Ireland, See and do Ireland

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