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 ]

5 little known attractions in Ireland

5 little known attractions in Ireland

Anyone who has ever considered visiting Ireland (and even those who didn't) has heard about world famous attractions like the Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle, the Rock of Cashel and the Ring of Kerry. But Ireland can't be reduced to a list of famous attractions, because there will always be some beautiful or unusual site that is known only to locals, or to few visitors. The appeal of Ireland lies in the fact that there is a seemingly endless possibility to discover new places and try new exp... [ 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 ]