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Until we can explore Ireland again

As we are all in lockdown at the moment, here's a few images of Ireland so that we can dream of when we can travel and explore the island of Ireland once again. The below photos were taken by past visitors, so thanks a million for sharing your special memories with us.

Carrick-a-Rede Coastal Walk

If you’re a bit of a thrill-seeker, then the Carrick-a-Rede Coastal Walk and Rope Bridge along the Causeway Coastal Route in County Antrim is the perfect adventure for you.  

πŸ“Έ >Cory France πŸ‘‡

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Howth Cliff Walk

Howth Village lies 15km northeast of Dublin City. Howth Cliff Walk is a looped walk which starts at the DART Station in the heart of the village. This scenic walk takes you along the harbour and leads you away from the village on to the clifftops. The trail takes around two and half hours to complete and offers amazing views. 

πŸ“Έ > Dixie Davis πŸ‘‡

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Dursey Island

This remote Island is located on the edge of the Beara Peninsula, County Cork and is reached by a 10-minute cable car ride, where you will find castle ruins, a signal tower, standing stones and a lighthouse, all just waiting to be explored. 

πŸ“Έ > Rainer KnΓΆdler πŸ‘‡

Ballycarbery Castle

Ballycarbery Castle is an impressive 15th Century ruin that lies 2km from Cahirciveen on the Ring of Kerry, Co Kerry along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. 

πŸ“Έ > Rudi Steenbruggen πŸ‘‡

Gap of Dunloe

Walk, cycle or take a jaunting car ride through the Gap of Dunloe in County Kerry and enjoy the most stunningly beautiful scenery that stretches through the MacGillicuddy Reek mountain range. πŸ“Έ > Deborah Elizabeth πŸ‘‡

Schull Harbour

Schull is a scenic town located along the southcoast in West Cork with a stunning coastal landscape and harbour. The location is ideal for water sport activities. 

πŸ“Έ > Emma Jane Lee πŸ‘‡

Scull Harbour in County Cork

The Kerry Way

The Kerry Way is the longest of Ireland’s national way-marked trails at an incredible 215km in length. The joy of this walking trail is that it can be done in stages, can be joined at any number of points along its route and is signposted the whole way. 

πŸ“Έ > Bart Cordons πŸ‘‡

The Kerry Way in County Kerry

…and when things get back to normal.

We'll be here waiting to welcome you πŸ’š

Posted: 07 Apr 2020 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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