Sarah Ní Bhealáin

Sarah Ní Bhealáin is a 23-year-old Irish writer born and bred in County Wicklow. After graduating from University College Dublin with a masters degree in history, she is now working in a sales and marketing support role. Sarah loves all things hiking, heritage, and history, and she is always looking for an excuse to plan her next road trip across Ireland. Chances are you will usually find her reading, writing, or halfway up a hill somewhere exploring some old ruins.

The 10 Best Castle Tours in Ireland, RANKED

Thanks to history, the Emerald Isle is left with remarkable remnants of its past for us to explore, and we have ranked the 10 best castles tours...

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Ireland is a beautiful landscape thanks to its sights and views, but native Irish wildflowers lend a big hand to the beauty of the island.

Amazing hike of the week: Slemish Mountain, St. Patrick’s first Irish home

Slemish Mountain is noteworthy for being not only Saint Patrick’s first home on the Emerald Isle, but also an amazing hike.

Irish name of the week: Eimear

From pronunciation and spelling to fun facts and meaning, here is everything you need to know about the Irish name Eimear.

Amazing hike of the week: Glenbarrow Eco Walk in County Laois

Looking for an amazing walk or hike in Ireland? Check out our hike of the week: Glenbarrow Eco Walk in County Laois.

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