The west coast of Ireland is home to many stunning sights and the easiest way to explore it is to follow the Wild Atlantic Way. But there are many interesting places situated a little further that are worth the detour. One of these is the Loop Peninsula in County Clare. If you are looking for unspoilt and dramatic coast without the crowds, don’t miss it…
Even if you haven’t been to Ireland before, the chances are that you have already heard about Saint Patrick’s Day – the celebration of the Irish spirit. Experiencing the festive atmosphere on 17th March is definitely bucket-list material – find out what to expect and how to get ready with our tips.
The Cliffs of Moher, which are located in County Clare, are one of the most visited natural sites in Ireland. These dramatic cliffs are 214 metres (702 ft) high and provide beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, Aran Islands and west coast of Ireland. Our relationship with the Cliffs of Moher is complicated and it has had its ups and downs.
No trip to Ireland is complete without visiting the vibrant capital Dublin. The good news is that the city centre can be easily explored in a short amount of time because it is relatively small. We have been living in Dublin for over a decade and these are our tips on how to make the most of your trip.
If you are planning a short trip to Ireland and you would like to see more than just Dublin, we have good news for you. You can still visit many interesting places while being based in the Irish capital. These are our favourite day trips not far from Dublin.
After living in Ireland for over a decade we picked seven of our favourite things to see and do. We cover the whole island – both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. And these are our recommendations: