Unforgettable dolphin experience in Ireland

Unforgettable dolphin experience in Ireland

Into the Atlantic Ocean, there is Dingle Peninsula, which stretches 30 miles from Ireland's south-west coast. Dingle peninsula has something incredible to offer to each visitor. Along with other things: walking routes for all abilities, sandy beaches safe for swimming, a prosperous Irish language society, excellent dining, a rich musical tradition, sea angling, colorful palette of arts, film festivals, artistic crafts persons and so on. The tourism in Dingle Peninsula it’s managed by marketi... [ read more ]

A short guide to the Carlow county town

A short guide to the Carlow county town

Carlow is located in the south-east of the country, 84 km from the capital, Dublin. Ireland’s second smallest county is County Carlow, though Carlow Town is the 14th biggest urban region in Ireland by population. River Barrow is flowing through the town. This river shapes the historic borderline between Laois and Carlow: the town was entirely included in County Carlow in 1989. The agreement of Carlow is thousands of years old and predates written history of Irish. Carlow has played a main ... [ read more ]

The most visited places in County Carlow

The most visited places in County Carlow

Carlow is a wonderful place to visit for a holiday break. It offers you a complete range of tourism activities and attractions. Here you can find the county's best food, have opportunity for shopping and a lot of accommodation options to fit all budgets and sense of tastes. There are cozy motels and huge hotels completely equipped with conference hall and banqueting rooms, grants perfect setting in every occasion. In Carlow are welcoming B&Bs and guesthouses, farmhouses, historic houses a... [ read more ]

The most beautiful castles in Country Carlow

The most beautiful castles in Country Carlow

Carlow is one of the smallest countries in Ireland, bordered by the Blackstairs Mountains to the east. In the west of Carlow you can find the abundant limestone land of the Barrow Valley and the Killeshin Hills. The county’s most important feature is the 5000-year-old granite development known as Browne’s Hill Dolmen. Carlow town is a hustle market centre serving a huge rural area. One of the most impressive pieces of architecture in the town of Carlow has a very interesting background; t... [ read more ]