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Ireland Attractions

Wild Atlantic Way Attractions

Irelands first long distance driving route (2,500km), the Wild Atlantic Way runs from the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal all the way to West Cork. The route showcases the best in scenery along the West Coast of Ireland and provides visitors with an unforgettable experience.

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Beaches in Ireland

Ireland is blessed with a striking abundance of fabulous swimming beaches. Some are better suited for the dippers among us, while others are more suited for the distance fanatics who think nothing of ploughing the odd kilometre or two. From secluded coves to wide-open expanses, we have picked a few of our favourites. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/full-list-of-the-88-irish-blue-flag-beaches-in-2017-1.3091759

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Golf Courses in Ireland

Ireland is home to Championship Links and some of the most beautiful golf courses in Europe. Irish golf courses are known for their intrinsic beauty & magnificent views. Ireland’s unique parkland and links courses are a dream for golfing enthusiasts everywhere. Many of these courses are ranked in the top 100 golf courses by the Golf Digest Ireland Magazine every year.

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Popular Ireland Attractions

There are several tourist attractions in Ireland you just have to see when you travel the Emerald Isle - from the windswept Cliffs of Moher to the rain-soaked Aran Islands. If ancient history is your thing, Ireland has plenty of it: try Newgrange or the Hill of Tara in County Meath. Try the Giant's Causeway or the entire county of Kerry. But there is more to Ireland than countryside and rocks, as any number of attractions in Dublin, Trinity College and the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin are a must see. The most famous and breathtaking part of Ireland’s craggy west coastline is the Cliffs of Moher area, which feature some of the most breathtaking views of the entire island. The Giant's Causeway, a coastal area of about 40,000 basalt columns near the town of Bushmills in County Antrim, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Northern Ireland. A trip to Galway would be incomplete without a visit to the Aran Islands, the collective name for the small islands, Inishmór, Inishmaan, and Inisheer. The mystical, frozen-in-time islands are famous for their preservation of a rural existence largely unchanged, at least culturally, over the centuries.

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