Dolmens, medieval castles, small authentic villages, luxuriant vegetation and white sandy beaches… Whether you like nature or the city, discover an independent Ireland with multiple facets, rich and authentic!
Far from the beaten track, the island of Eire is full of natural wonders, thanks in particular to its 6 national parks, including the not-to-be-missed Connemara Park and Glanveagh Park, its lakes, including the Fermanagh lakes and the Mourne mountains. By the sea, you will be amazed by the cliffs of Kerry, accessible by the magnificent road called “the ring of Kerry” or by the mythical Cliffs of Moher which extend over 8 km and reach up to 215 m, a paradise for the eyes and for the numerous animal species which live there!
In addition to these wild peninsulas, Ireland has a rich historical heritage: walk down the typical St Patrick’s Street in Cork, visit Trinity College in Dublin or one of the country’s 3,000 medieval castles, the iconic ‘Rock of Cashel’, not to mention the sublime cathedrals and museums, including the Metropolitan Arts Centre in Belfast and the Uster Museum
Soak up Irish culture and admire the thatched cottages and ancient stone walls of picturesque villages such as Doolin and Enniskerry. Meet the locals and their traditional music in their cosy pubs, and don’t miss their delicious whiskeys (Bushmills, Jameson or Paddy) or the famous Guinness with an Irish Stew!
See the official Tourism Ireland website!