Blog Archive

Jul 9

0 Comments

Things to see and Do in Kilkenny

The close knit town of Kilkenny is at heart of all the action. It is often referred to as the cultural heartbeat of Ireland and once you are there you will see why!

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Belfast

Looking for a memorable trip away? Whether it’s a city break or a longer stay that you crave, Belfast brings all the elements of the ideal trip to the table. From a buzzing nightlife to unique and exciting ways to spend the day, Belfast is a universally great spot for all to treasure and enjoy. Read our blog to explore all of the wonderful things that await you in Belfast.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Dublin

Planning to visit Dublin? This summer, wrap the sights, sounds and tastes of Dublin around you like a light summer shawl as you soak up the vibe of the city. Make a splash on its beaches, explore the heritage steeped landmarks or simply sit back and relish the aroma of the fresh sea salt air and the traditional music that fills the air.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Ennis and Limerick

As the capital of Co. Clare, Ennis is a picturesque and historic market town world famous for its traditional Irish music with year round music festivals and trad sessions. Fun, relaxation and adventure awaits with Ennis being a centrally loctaed tourist spot and the ideal location with the train station only a walk away from major attractions such as:

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Galway

The rugged scenery, wind-swept headlands, crystal waters and pristine beaches are what make the West of Ireland ideal for lovers of the outdoors. Adventures and a touch of adrenaline make the perfect accompaniment to the breath-taking views. This summer why not make the trip and discover the awe-inspiring landscapes, wildlife, heritage, culture and people for yourself.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Kerry

It’s often said that Kerry captures the true heart and spirit of Ireland. With Ireland's finest choice of accommodation, dining & entertainment, touring & shopping options, sporting activities galore and many nearby Blue Flag beaches, all located in the midst of breath-taking and ever-changing beautiful landscapes, you will not be disappointed. Read our blog on the top reasons for you to hop on the train to Kerry.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Mayo

Westport is suited in the south east corner of Clew Bay located on an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of Ireland which is ideal for a number of water sports and leisure activities. Westport is a modern town and has become a breathing ground for water sport enthusiast and holiday makers alike. Westport has something for everyone between its water activities, nature walks and hiking it really is the absolute holiday destination for all outdoor lovers.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Sligo

For a getaway unlike any other, immerse yourself in the magic of Sligo this summer! Combine adventure, leisure, history and breath-taking spectacles on your travels by hopping on the train to Sligo. With activities and festivities for all of the family to enjoy, Sligo offers everything you need to make it a memorable trip this summer. Read through our blog to see why Sligo should be right up on your list of places to see.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Waterford

Revel in the refreshing beauty of Waterford with a relaxing break. A visit to here could literally take you anywhere, from browsing the shops and markets of Waterford City, to learning Irish in the Ring Gaeltacht.

Jul 3

0 Comments

Things to See and Do in Wexford

Wexford is situated on the east coast of Ireland and is home to some of the most exhilarating landscapes and scenery in Ireland. Wexford is the ideal holiday destination with such a wide variety of attractions for all age groups it’s the perfect place to visit. Read our blog below and find that Wexford has much more to offer than just their famous strawberries.