Visiting medieval Ireland: Carlingford & the Cooley Peninsula

Visiting medieval Ireland: Carlingford & the Cooley Peninsula

Tourism is blooming in Carlingford and the Cooley Peninsula, Co Louth. These amazing locations have intangible local heritage and are quite rich in culture and history. If you want to have a peak into medieval Ireland, Carlingford is the perfect place to look. The streets are made of cobblestone and filled with the finest dining places, designer shops and coffee houses. Visit the Cooley Peninsula and walk in the footsteps of great Celtic warriors like Fionn Mac Cumhaill and Cú Chulainn. Ther... [ read more ]

High-class spa treatments at Delphi mountain resort

High-class spa treatments at Delphi mountain resort

When you decide to visit the beautiful country of Ireland you must check out the extremely spectacular Delphi Valley located in Leenane, Galway County, with its simply breathtaking scenery. Here you will find a mountain resort which is a four star rated hotel offering you award winning spa treatments and a superb adventure center. Be part of the adventure and try the impressive and unique outdoor activities. Collect extraordinary memories and unforgettable experiences, enjoy a time of relaxa... [ read more ]

Top things to do in Ireland in the summer – biking, cruising, museums and beaches

Top things to do in Ireland in the summer – biking, cruising, museums and beaches

As summer arrives lots of events are happening all over Ireland especially outdoors. The country offers lots of cultural, adventurous and fun things to do. The evenings get longer and the weather gets warmer which allows one to go out more and enjoy something special. There are several hiking opportunities, festivals and other fun things to do in Ireland during the summer season. Take your friends or family out for a picnic and enjoy the sunny weather. There are also cruising opportunities, l... [ read more ]

Best adventurous summer activities to try in Ireland

Best adventurous summer activities to try in Ireland

As summer starts to knock on the door the world starts to book holiday dates and stick in a few leisure weekends here and there. The most visited places around the world prepare for the busy season and all the fun and exciting facilities offering lots of interesting summer activities, open their doors to the public. It is not differently in Ireland for there are several adventure opportunities for all visitors. Gather your friends and set out for a game of paintball adventure, or try the newe... [ read more ]

Horse riding and special trips in Ireland

Horse riding and special trips in Ireland

Ireland has many names and is associated with many things. Horse riding is one of them. Some call it ‘the land of the horse’ for Ireland has several spectacular riding breaks. There are all kinds of routes and tracks where you can enjoy a lovely horse ride. You can choose from cross-country tracks, beach rides, post treks and others which might challenge your horse riding skills. There are numerous horse racing events which you can attend and there also possible to visit horse breeding com... [ read more ]

The best horseback riding tours in Ireland

The best horseback riding tours in Ireland

The charm of the Emerald Isle lies not only in its picture perfect villages and towns, or in its bustling cities, but also in its stunning natural beauty. There are few places on the planet where the countryside is easier to reach, easier to explore or closer to the hearts of people. The lush beauty of Ireland  is the prefect setting for hikes and walks, and of course, horse rides. If you like horses, then galloping though a meadow, down the side of a hill or on a verdant field is a must-tr... [ read more ]

The best surfing spots in Ireland

The best surfing spots in Ireland

With over 3500 miles of coastline, it is any surprise that Ireland, even with its infamous weather, is a great destination for those who like water sports? Although swimming might not be an option all the time, especially when the weather gets chilly and the waters of the Atlantic are too cold for a dip, but other sports on the waves are not affected at all. Ireland is an excellent destination for those who like surfing, for example, despite its lack of palm-fringed beaches and tropical weather.... [ read more ]

The best golf courses in Ireland

The best golf courses in Ireland

With all those picture-perfect green fields and smooth, rolling hill, it's no surprise that Ireland is a bit of a golfer's paradise. If you like to swing a golf club every now and then, then Ireland is the perfect destination for you. In fact, according to several professional golf magazines, Ireland is one of the premier destinations for golfers, both pros and amateurs, its golf courses are always impeccably designed and cared for, and the facilities are cutting edge.  So if you are a golfer v... [ read more ]

The biggest hurling stadiums in Ireland

The biggest hurling stadiums in Ireland

Many countries in the world have a more or less official national sport - in the case of the US, there's American football, ice hockey in Canada or kabaddi in India. These sports are an integral part of the country's culture, and if you really want to know a culture well, then you have to check up on its national sport too. In Ireland, the national sport is hurling, a game that has an ancient Gaelic origin, and whose popularity in Ireland can hardly be surpassed by any other sport. Hurling i... [ read more ]