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Where to Eat along the Wild Atlantic Way

A joint venture by Fáilte Ireland and Tourism Ireland, the Wild Atlantic Way is the longest coastal touring route in the world. Bringing together businesses, viewing points and activities from Cork to Donegal (or Donegal to Cork depending on where you start!), this venture showcases the best of the West. Here are the top places […]

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Aillwee Caves & Birds of Prey Centre

Explore a cave, watch eagles in flight and sample delicious local food products at Aillwee Cave, Ireland’s premier show cave. Over 3,5000 feet of winding passages are open to the public, with regular guided tours provided. Visitors to this popular County Clare attraction are escorted on a 35 minute stroll through caverns, over bridged chasms, […]

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Top 5 things to do in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands

1. Blue sky thinking Explore the blueways, the beguiling waterways of Ireland. The Shannon Blueway offers a network of multi-activity recreational trails that provide scenic routes into the heart of the country by canoe, bike or on foot. This new development at Acres Lake includes an iconic floating boardwalk around the lake to extend the […]

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Top 10 Activities Along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, a 1,500-mile touring route along the rugged western coastline, offers far more than stunning scenery. We present ten great ways to get out on the water, ride horses on the beach, spot whales, explore legends, cycle the seaside, and walk through eons of history. Meet the King of Tory Island, Donegal […]

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The Long Woman’s Grave – Louth

So the story goes, the Long Woman’s Grave, also known as the “The Cairn of Cauthleen”, is the grave of a Spanish noble woman who was tricked into marrying an Irishman from Omeath in County Louth. Lorcan O Hanlon was the youngest son of the “Cean” or Chieftain of Omeath. His father, upon his deathbed, […]

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Grave of W.B Yeats – Sligo

Spend some time in the northeast of the county in pretty Drumcliffe, where you’ll find the grave of beloved Irish poet and Nobel Prize-winner WB Yeats. Tucked away in a churchyard, it’s a serene spot, and the nearby round tower, scripture cross, church and gift shop are must- sees. William Butler Yeats is buried in […]

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Cliffs of Moher – Clare

One of Ireland’s most popular and picturesque tourist destinations, no journey along the Wild Atlantic Way would be the same without a visit to the Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction and on a good day you see Aran Islands, Galway Bay and the Dingle Peninsula and Blasket Islands in […]

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Grand Hotel Malahide – Dublin

Ideally located by the sea in Dublin’s most attractive town, Malahide, the Grand Hotel is also close to Dublin Airport and the M1/M50 motorways. Our location in the heart of Malahide is a unique seaside retreat while remaining convenient to the attractions of Dublin city centre. Whether your stay with us is for business, pleasure, […]

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