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County Donegal lies in the far north-west corner of Ireland. It is noted for the beauty of its rugged coastline and heather-covered moors. The wildness of its geography has provided a defence against invasion for many centuries. Donegal is known for its rich and unique musical tradition.
Meath is a land rich in the history of the ancient High Kings of Ireland. Essential parts of any visit to Meath are, as mentioned earlier, the Hill of Tara and the passage grave at Newgrange, centuries older than the pyramids and beautifully restored.
County Kerry contains some of Ireland's most iconic scenery. Kerry has soft golden strands, surf-pounded sea cliffs, emerald-green farmland crisscrossed by tumbledown stone walls, cloud-torn mountain peaks, and mist-shrouded bogs.
Clare is north-west of the River Shannon covering a total area of 3,400 square kilometres (1,300 sq mi). Clare is the 7th largest of Ireland's 32 traditional counties in area and the 19th largest in terms of population. It is bordered by two counties in Munster and one county in Connacht: County Limerick to the south, County Tipperary to the east and County Galway to the north. Clare's nickname is the Banner County.
Everything good about Ireland can be found in County Cork. Surrounding the country's second city – a thriving metropolis made glorious by location and its almost Rabelaisian devotion to the finer things of life – is a lush landscape dotted with villages that offer days of languor and idyll. The city's understated confidence is grounded in its plethora of food markets and ever-evolving cast of creative eateries, and in its selection of pubs, entertainment and cultural pursuits.
County Londonderry lies on the north-west shores of Northern Ireland. The allure of the Oak Grove County is wrapped up in its beautiful scenery and tranquility. In the county you will find vibrant cultural and historical attractions, action, adventure and a strong literary heritage.