The North of Ireland has some of the most beautiful and historic places on the island including the Giants Causeway, the Glens of Antrim, the Cities of Belfast & Derry, beautiful Co Donegal and the many sites used for the making of The Game of Thrones. Add to all that the opportunity to visit Northern Ireland, the portion of the island which is the United Kingdom and to places where Gaelic is the spoken language of daily life. It’s people are also famously friendly and welcoming.
You are bound to find a tour to north worth while with lots to offer and leave with many memories to cherish.
The South of Ireland has the some of the most famous and beautiful sites on the island, Cork, Kinsale, Blarney, Killarney, Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Cashel. The names are instantly recognisable to many around the world and are rightly on the must see list of many visitors. The food is wonderful and the scenery beautiful. The craic (fun in pubs) great and the welcome to strangers like the music is warm and full of fun.
I know you will find this among the best on the island.
The ancient east is the “the heartland of the Irish Nation” where the majority of it’s people live and most of the historic sites are located. It has the lions share of cultural activities to explore and has loads of really beautiful landscape as well. The lively Cities of Dublin, Waterford, Kilkenny and many other historic towns are in the East as is the majority of it’s food whiskey and beer production.
It’s also the location Ireland’s ancient capital of Tara along with the ancient passage grave tombs such as Newgrange at Bru na Boinne World Heritage Site and the famous Battle of Boyne Site. Touring the East inevitably explores Ireland’s ancient turbulent history and explores how it has shaped Irishness.
Come explore it with me and you will know what Ireland is really all about.
The Wild Atlantic Way is the coastal route along Ireland’s dramatic and rugged west coast. The West is where you will find the famous Cliffs of Moher and dramatic desolation of Connemara, Kerry and Donegal as well as Gaelic speaking communities along with the lively Cities of Galway and Limerick. It’s also the filming spot for the latest Star Wars Movies and many others.
The region served by Shannon Airport with numerous transatlantic flights and has many famous fixe star hotels, castles and loads of wonderful farm houses and bed and breakfast spots to stay in.
Food wise its famous for its fish, cheeses, loads of craft beers, whiskeys and distinctive and delicious gins.
Exploring it will mean memories that will last for ever!