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Ireland - The Perfect Family Destination

Ireland is the perfect family destination for you and your family this summer. School is out, so it’s time to decide if it’s glorious beaches, national parks, or a fun filled adventure for all the family. Ireland is the ideal destination with so much to see and do for all ages, whatever the weather.

Glorious Beach – Co Sligo

Mullaghmore is a small fishing village on the west coast of Ireland and is a popular holiday destination. Its sandy beach is ideal for all the family and is guarded on a daily basis by life guards from June to September. The village of Mullaghmore comprises of beautiful seaside bars and cafés, a sure place to spend an afternoon enjoying lunch or dinner in the sunshine. In 2013, the Lonely Travel Guide recognised the waves of Mullaghmore as one of the best surfing spots in the world for big waves. Now that’s worth seeing!

National Park – Co Roscommon

Lough Key Forest Park offers fun for all the family including outdoor play area, great puzzle rooms and tours of the tunnels to a top viewing tower. You can’t miss Boda Borg, a Swedish concept of puzzle rooms, through which you can progress using your skills, teamwork and trial and error. The Boda Borg is suitable for children over 7 years and adults. Don’t forget your camera!

Family Activity – Co Mayo

Great Western Greenway is a fantastic traffic-free cycling and walking route that spans over 42km, with lots of wonderful scenery and visitor attractions along the way. It’s a great day out for all the family, running from Achill to Westport, Co Mayo.

So if you’re in search of that perfect family holiday this summer, there’s a fantastic selection on offer. A great way to enjoy the break in Ireland with the family is by staying in one of the many B&Bs dotted around the country. Hosts will provide you with tea and refreshments on arrival. The B&B experience is the perfect end to any day’s activities.

Posted: 30 Jun 2014 by Niall McKee | with 1 comments

Tags: Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo

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These are all great suggestions ! “When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money.” –Susan Heller I think especially with children !!!
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