Category: Places

  • The Boyne Valley

    The Boyne Valley

    The Boyne Valley is a region steeped in ancient history and natural beauty, located around an hours drive North of Dublin. This enchanting destination is known for its rich heritage and stunning landscape, making it a must-visit for anyone traveling to Ireland. The area is home to several world-renowned historic sites, including the Hill of […]

  • Lough Key Forest Park

    Nestled in the heart of County Roscommon, Lough Key Forest Park is a spectacular destination for those seeking adventure in the Irish outdoors. Boasting breathtaking views, abundant wildlife, and historic landmarks such as an enchanting wishing chair and magical underground tunnels, Lough Key offers a range of activities suitable for families, couples, and solo travelers […]

  • Dublin


    Welcome to Dublin, the electrifying heart of Ireland! Bursting with energy and life, this dynamic metropolis boasts an unforgettable story, where every street corner has a tale to tell. Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of historical landmarks, awe-inspiring architecture, and thrilling cultural experiences that will leave you breathless. Soak up the electrifying […]

  • The Slieve Bloom Mountains

    Located in the midlands of Ireland, the Slieve Bloom Mountains are a beautiful and unspoiled destination for anyone looking to explore the great outdoors. The range is spread over both counties Laois and Offaly, and covers an area of over 100 square kilometers, making it a perfect destination for hikers, walkers, and nature lovers.

  • Roscommon


    Roscommon is a county in the western region of Ireland, known for its rolling hills, beautiful lakes, and rich history. Located in the heart of the country, it offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage. Although it may not be at the front of the guide books, Roscommon has so much to […]

  • Midleton, Cork

    Midleton, Cork

    This weekend I had the pleasure of exploring the charming town of Midleton, located in the heart of East Cork. This town is famous for its farmers’ market and the Jameson Distillery, where you can learn about the whiskey-making process and sample some of the world-famous Jameson Irish Whiskey. The town less than 30 minutes […]

  • Kells Priory

    Nestled in the picturesque Irish countryside, Kells Priory is a fascinating historical site that is steeped in history and folklore. Located just a short drive from Kilkenny City, Kells Priory is a must-visit destination for anyone with an interest in Irish history and architecture.

  • Skibbereen


    Skibbereen is a charming town located in the heart of West Cork, on the banks of the River Ilen. This picturesque town is steeped in history and culture, with a vibrant arts scene, plenty of outdoor activities, and a thriving food and drink scene.

  • Tramore


    Tramore is a picturesque seaside town located in County Waterford, Ireland, known for its stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, and friendly locals. Situated on the southeast coast of Ireland, no wonder Tramore is such a popular destination.

  • The Burren

    The Burren

    Nestled in the west of Ireland, the Burren is one of the country’s most unique and breathtaking landscapes. This vast limestone plateau covers an area of around 250 square kilometers and is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Highlights include the […]