Ireland – Tourist Information

Dublin has a vibrant atmosphere that pulsates with an interesting mix of history, culture, traditional bars and pubs, impressive architecture, great shopping and some of the country’s most sophisticated restaurants. Cosmopolitan and diverse, Dublin is now one of Europe’s top urban hotspots.

Blarney Castle
A must-do for any visitor to Ireland – kiss the Blarney Stone. Get the ‘gift-of-the-gab after kissing the famous Stone high up on the Castle battlements. Set in magnificent woodland, Blarney Castle is the perfect place to take a walk and enjoy the clean fresh environment of the area.

Cliffs of Moher
Hold onto your hats as you visit this stunning coastline! The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s top visitor attractions. At 214 metres high and ranging for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean, this spectacular setting is one not to be missed.

Dingle Peninsula
Dingle, a beautiful and charming fishing port, is the most westerly town in Europe and a most memorable destination. Explore the unique culture and heritage of the area, meet a playful bottle-nosed dolphin and enjoy any one of the fresh food restaurants. Seeing as though Dingle is famous for its food, your meal is bound to be tantalising.

Inis Mór
The largest of the Aran Islands, Inis Mór (only 9 miles long by 2 miles wide) has over 3000 miles of stonewalls and the locals here are fluent Gaelic speakers. You can hike around the island or even better fun – explore the island by bike! You can’t miss the awe-inspiring fortress of Dun Aonghasa – a 3000-year-old ring fort perched on the edge of a 300-foot cliff.