• Cloughmor Stone, Co. Down.
  • Benbulben, Co. Sligo.
  • Clew Bay, Co. Mayo.
  • Newgrange, Co. Meath.
  • Doolough Valley (Famine Valley), Co. Mayo.
 
  • Stunning aerial footage of the West coast of Ireland

    Stunning aerial footage of the West coast of Ireland
    Peter Cox,  a Cork photographer, captured breathtaking drone footage of the west coast of Ireland when he was working on a new photography book called 'Atlantic Light: The West Coast of Ireland in Photographs'. The following video, which he has been shooting alongside his stills work, captures images from the most isolated spots around Ireland…
     
  • Pig Island, Co. Fermanagh

    Pig Island, Co. Fermanagh
    Co. Fermanagh butcher Pat O’Doherty has offered an alternative to popular farming methods by dedicating an island to his pigs. The pigs are allowed to run free around Inish Corkish island. Pat’s great speciality is his Fermanagh Black Bacon, and he has spent years travelling the length and breath of Lough Erne in his boat…
     
  • VIDEO: Liam Neeson wishes the world a Happy St. Paddy’s day 2015!

    VIDEO: Liam Neeson wishes the world a Happy St. Paddy’s day 2015!
    Listen to the sweet-sounding voice of Liam Neeseon in this new Tourism Ireland video inviting the world to come and visit Ireland. "Every year on St. Patrick's Day, the world goes green. But here in Ireland, every day is bathed in green..." his dulcet tones delivers over the 60 minute video which includes fabulous footage…
     
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  • Top 10 things to do in Northern Ireland

    Top 10 things to do in Northern Ireland
    1. Visit Northern Ireland's most beautiful waterfall Glenoe Waterfall, Co. Antrim. A beautiful waterfall nestling in the glens of Antrim. A short stroll from the charming village of Glenoe, steps and paths wind around a small glen with one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Ireland. 2. Visit Northern Ireland's most famous icon, Giant’s Causeway,…
     
  • Top 20 things to experience in Northern Ireland

    Top 20 things to experience in Northern Ireland
    1. Visit Northern Ireland's most beautiful waterfall Glenoe Waterfall, Co. Antrim. A beautiful waterfall nestling in the glens of Antrim. A short stroll from the charming village of Glenoe, steps and paths wind around a small glen with one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Ireland. 2. Visit Northern Ireland's most famous icon, Giant’s Causeway,…
     
  • Best places in Munster, Ireland

    Best places in Munster, Ireland
    Poulnabrone Dolmen, The Burren, Co. Clare In the heart of the stark landscape stands the magnificent Poulnabrone domen. A wedge tomb, is the finrdt of over 70 burial sites to be found in the Burren's limestone uplands and consists of four upright stones supporting a thin capstone. When the tomb was excavated in the 1960s,…
     
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  • Places in Munster you won’t believe are real!

    Places in Munster you won’t believe are real!
    Poulnabrone Dolmen, The Burren, Co. Clare In the heart of the stark landscape stands the magnificent Poulnabrone domen. A wedge tomb, is the finrdt of over 70 burial sites to be found in the Burren's limestone uplands and consists of four upright stones supporting a thin capstone. When the tomb was excavated in the 1960s,…
     
  • The Essentials of South Munster

    The Essentials of South Munster
    Kerry Bog Villag, Co. Kerry The Kerry Bog Village Museum, located on the beautiful 'Ring of Kerry', gives people an insight into how people lived and worked in Ireland in the 18th Century. The village is the only one of its kind in Europe. Annascaul, Co. Kerry Annascaul (or Anascaul) is a village in the…
     
  • The Northern Ireland Bucket List: 26 things to do and places to see before you die

    The Northern Ireland Bucket List: 26 things to do and places to see before you die
    Going to Ireland is not complete without a trip up north to Northern Ireland. This place is magical and there is tons of amazing things to do for such a small area. Here is the best: 1. Visit Northern Ireland's most famous icon, Giant’s Causeway, Co. Antrim he Giant’s Causeway is proof that Mother Nature…
     
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  • Places in South Ulster to see before you die

    Places in South Ulster to see before you die
    Waterfall in Crawfordsburn Country Park, Co. Down Located on the southern shores of Belfast Lough, there are two excellent beaches, spectacular scenery, tranquil walks through wooded glens and a stunning waterfall, Crawfordsburn Country Park provides a relaxing natural retreat. Hedgehogs, squirrels and badgers are just some of the animals which make their home in the…
     
  • Places in North Ulster to see before you die

    Places in North Ulster to see before you die
    Portsalon Beach, Co. Donegal A very extensive sandy beach on the shores of Lough Swilly. It gently slopes towards the Atlantic ocean and is located in a Natural Heritage Area (NHA). The beach at Portsalon can be reached by travelling north east in the R246 from Carrowkeel to Portsalon. Atlantic Drive, Rosguill Peninsula, Co. Donegal…
     
  • The Esstentials of Ulster

    The Esstentials of Ulster
    Portsalon Beach, Co. Donegal A very extensive sandy beach on the shores of Lough Swilly. It gently slopes towards the Atlantic ocean and is located in a Natural Heritage Area (NHA). The beach at Portsalon can be reached by travelling north east in the R246 from Carrowkeel to Portsalon. Atlantic Drive, Rosguill Peninsula, Co. Donegal…
     
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  • The Essentials of North Munster

    The Essentials of North Munster
    1. Poulnabrone Dolmen, The Burren, Co. Clare In the heart of the stark landscape stands the magnificent Poulnabrone domen. A wedge tomb, is the finrdt of over 70 burial sites to be found in the Burren's limestone uplands and consists of four upright stones supporting a thin capstone. When the tomb was excavated in the…
     
  • Pro Golfers attempt crazy 200 yard Gong Shot at the Gap of Dunloe, Killarney

    Pro Golfers attempt crazy 200 yard Gong Shot at the Gap of Dunloe, Killarney
    The Gap of Dunloe in Killarney provided the scene for a crazy golf challenge. Pro Golfers David Howell, Paul McGinley, Marcel Siem or Rhys Davies try to skim a ball 200 yards across a lake and hit a 9 inch gong. Could they do it? Find out by watching the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu3OIT7mxDQ&spfreload=10  
     
  • Ireland awarded No. 1 in the world for ‘Craic’

    Ireland awarded No. 1 in the world for ‘Craic’
    It's official. Ireland has been awarded Number 1 in the world for having the 'craic' in a recent study! The fact that Ireland invented 'craic' leads some to question the validity of  winning such an award. With this in mind, it should be noted that England invented football and if they ever won the world cup…
     
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  • 10 Amazing things to do on Valentine’s Day in Ireland

    10 Amazing things to do on Valentine’s Day in Ireland
    As we have noted before, there is something romantically idyllic about Ireland’s identity. With its cobbled streets, old architecture, epic scenery, friendly hospitality and indulgent experiences, Ireland is full of fairy tale romance. Here we have accumulated 10 things to see and do for you and your loved one this Valentine’s Day… 1. Show respect…
     
  • Galway pub will give a free drink to anyone who puts their phone away for 30 minutes

    Galway pub will give a free drink to anyone who puts their phone away for 30 minutes
    We've all been there, out for a social gathering and everyone is on their phone. It is a frustrating situation for many as there is zero socialising to be had. One pub in Ireland has come up with a delightful solution: encourage drinkers to put their phone away for 30 minutes and they will be rewarded…
     
  • Belfast opens “world’s first” crisp sandwich shop

    Belfast opens “world’s first” crisp sandwich shop
    On Monday 12th January 2015, the world was treated to it's first crisp sandwich shop in the heart of Belfast. Crowds gathered from all around the town. The demand was so great that they sold everything out in just two hours! According to its owners, Simply Crispy in Belfast experienced "overwhelming" demand for cheese and…
     
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  • Cork Slang: How to speak like you’re from Cork

    Cork Slang: How to speak like you’re from Cork
    Ever been to Cork but didn't understand half the things the locals were saying? Look no further, now you can go there with confidence! Below is a table which gives some examples of Cork slang as well as their meanings and where possible the source / derivation of the slang word or phrase. Thanks to our…
     
  • The Traditional Irish Pub Crawl in Belfast

    The Traditional Irish Pub Crawl in Belfast
    If you want to experience a traditional Irish night in Belfast then look no further than this page. We have put together a pub crawl with some of the best traditional pubs where you can drink the best Guinness while listening to traditional music! 1. Lavery's Lavery's is a Belfast classic which is suitable for…
     
  • Outstanding New Video of Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo from the sky

    Outstanding New Video of Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo from the sky
    Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo. It is a noted holiday destination, characterised by ocean views and a skyline dominated by the monolithic shape of Ben Bulben mountain. In Irish – An Mullach Mór, meaning “the great summit”. Watch the fantastic video below: http://vimeo.com/115859283
     
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  • Ireland named No.1 in Good Country Index

    Ireland named No.1 in Good Country Index
    Ireland may be tiny and has had its problems in the last few years, especially during the financial crisis. However, a recent publication shows that Ireland is Number 1 in the Good Country Index! The ranking took many factors into consideration including culture, world order and health, then gave an overall score. After scoring was totaled,…
     
  • Video: Sensational drone footage over Glendalough

    Video: Sensational drone footage over Glendalough
    Here is a stunning September morning at Glendalough in County Wicklow. One of the most picturesque and historic locations in Ireland. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1PE_Ve3lYM
     
  • Video: Incredible drone footage of Wicklow

    Video: Incredible drone footage of Wicklow
    New amazing footage has emerged from the internet of a drone flying over beautiful Co. Wicklow. SkyCamIreland recently uploaded a compilation of footage that was shot around Wicklow throughout 2014 and it truly does look amazing. Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJIHA9ZnAOY#t=95  
     
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