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Burren Way Full review
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A Hiking Trail: The Burren Way is a 123 km long hiking and walking trail which takes you from the coast of Doolin to majestic wild-flower-decorated limestone landscapes of the Burren area. It offers the spectacle of the remains left by the Neolithic inhabitants of the area and the rich heritage of early Christian churches.
The Burren Way is a long-distance trail in County Clare, Republic of Ireland. It is 114 kilometres… [..]

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King John's Castle Full review
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A Medieval fortress with gorgeous views: A photogenic castle with views of the river. We enjoyed a self-guided tour out an about the castle which has some interesting exhibits and interactive displays. A visit to the castle educates you on the history of Ireland and Limerick. Commendable views and lots to explore made it one of our favourite spots in Ireland.
King John's Castle is a 13th-century castle located on King's Island in Limerick, Ireland, next to… [..]

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Aclare Full review
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A scenic small town with so much to see and explore: From Banada Stables to a breathtaking stroll at Lough Talt Loop Walk, this is an ideal family day out spot. We enjoyed our time here, adults and kids alike. You could also choose to do some water adventures like kayaking and canoeing if you enjoy them as we do at the Wild Wet Adventures.
Aclare is a village in County Sligo, Ireland, and the main village in the parish of Kilmactigue. F… [..]

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Connemara National Park Full review
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One of the Six National Parks in Ireland: Established and opened to the public in 1980 and located in the County Galway, Ireland, Connemara National Park comprises of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs and heaths, picturesque grasslands and woodlands. A plenty of walking trails offer walkers a tranquil stroll through the park. The park also hosts Connemara ponies, red deer and a great variety of bird-life.
Connemara National Park is one of six national parks in the Republic of Ireland that are managed b… [..]

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Clonfert Church Full review
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Romanesque Structure!: The small village of Clonfert is home to an elegant monastery that flaunts an imposing Romanesque architecture. It was a booming centre of learning for centuries, and an anticipated 3,000 monks lived there. The church is famous for its 12th century Hiberno-Romanesque doorway. The doorway has six layers of classic sandstone carvings and is a beautiful piece of art. The interior of the monastery…
Clonfert Cathedral is a cathedral of the Church of Ireland in Clonfert, County Galway in Ireland. I… [..]

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Clonfert Full review
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Historical!: The small village of Clonfert is home to an elegant monastery that flaunts an imposing Romanesque architecture. It was a booming center of learning for centuries, and an anticipated 3,000 monks lived there. The interior of the monastery has some interesting highlights including a 15th-century chancel arch, a rosette, and a maritime motif in the form of a mermaid.
Clonfert is a small village in east County Galway, Ireland, halfway between Ballinasloe and Portum… [..]

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Sky Road Full review
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Jaw-droppingly beautiful! : One of the scenic rides that will be etched in our memory forever for the beauty and the stunning views. Click some of the amazing pictures during your road trip through the Sky road. This road is less than ten minutes from Clifden and a must visit for all those who love driving along the Connemara coastline.

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Pontoon Full review
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A Wonderful Lakeside Village: A beautiful village located between Lough Cullin and Lough Conn. The elevation of this place is 72 m which makes this place worth visiting. Surrounding areas of this place are just wonderful and a delight to watch. In Ireland, this is a must visit.

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National Museum of Ireland - Country Life Full review
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A look at Irish Life in the 19th Century in a calm and picturesque atmosphere.: It is a veritable treasure trove of archaeological objects and National Folklife Collections. The state-of-the-art exhibition Galleries and the 19th-century Victorian style house offers the visitors an opportunity to explore the lifestyle of Irish a hundred years ago. The magnificent gardens and woodland trails of Turlough Park provide a tranquil atmosphere to the tourists.
The Museum of Country Life is located in Turlough Village, 8 km northeast of Castlebar, County May… [..]

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Templeboy Full review
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A picturesque Irish little village : This small village in County Sligo is an ideal destination for seaside escapes on the Wild Atlantic Way. The streets here are picturesque and has mostly seafront views. We loved some of the eateries here and pub visits with the group were quite memorable too. Overall a great visit and experience to the little village.

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Coolaney Full review
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A quiet picturesque village with the views of Ox mountain and river Owen Beg: Another gorgeous Irish village that sits at the foot of the Ox Mountains. From Eagles flying to Knocknarea, there are many things to do here. A great day out to the village is highly recommended if you are in the area if nothing the drive up to the destination is beautiful too. One of the hidden, remote beautiful region.
Coolaney is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. Coolaney sits at the foot of the Ox Mountains with… [..]

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Tobercurry Full review
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A Massive Town : Completely different from the norm....The best camp to bring your children.Plenty of activity.most important great instructors. thanks a million to the Mooney family.Your child will be wrecked when he comes home in the evening, ohhhh bliss. no complaints there. totally child friendly,highly recommend
Tubbercurry or Tobercurry is the second-largest town in terms of both population and land area in … [..]

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Ox Mountains Full review
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Quiet, calm and serene hike : Three adjectives to describe this gorgeous and picturesque location. Located in County Slingo, these mountains are not just about the heights you can hike up to but also about the mysterious depths and secrets hidden amongst the mountains. From hidden caves to the fort walk experience to witnessing some of the megalithic passage tombs, we enjoyed every bit of hike.
The Ox Mountains are a mountain range in County Sligo on the west coast of Ireland. They are also … [..]

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Glencar Lough Full review
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Another beautiful spot in Ireland with gorgeous waterfalls: It was one of our best sites in County Sligo (which is what we say after every tour though). Green landscapes graced with wildflowers and a waterfall was a view worthwhile the trip. This peaceful glacial lake, had ducks and swans playing around to add to nature's beauty.
Glencar Lough , locally known as Glencar Lake, is a freshwater lake in the northwest of Ireland. It… [..]

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Lough Gill Full review
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Amazing drive, great walk, truly a poetic destination! : Surrounded by hills, lake, hazelwood forest and mountains, Lough Gill is a stunning location to sightsee when you are here. Apart from the scenic drive here, we also took a boat trip with the backdrop of this splendid view. Please be sure to pick a day with clear skies and good weather to enjoy the beauty and the forest walk at its best.
Lough Gill Irish: Loch Gile meaning bright or radiant lake is a freshwater lough mainly situated i… [..]

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Knocknarea Full review
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Neolithic Passage Tomb and Panoramic Site: Listed as No. 1 of 96 things to do in Sligo on Tripadvisor.com, Knocknarea Mountains forms one of the most prominent landmarks in County Sligo. The peak of Knocknarea provides stunning views of Strandhill, Rosses Point, Sligo, and the mainland. It is a magical place where land meets the sky.

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Rosses Point Full review
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A charming village surrounded by the gorgeous view of the peninsula: Imagine spending a day by the beach, soaking in the sun (that is if it isn't windy and rainy like most days) and sipping in coffee at the nearest cafe, Rosses Point is just about that. If you enjoy swimming or taking a stroll, this place is just perfect on a low tide day. We loved it here and would have gone back if time permitted.
Rosses Point .") is a village in County Sligo, Ireland and also the name of the surrounding penins… [..]

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Killaspugbrone Full review
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A mix of ancient and Modern Specacles: Well known for its legendary tale, Killaspugbrone is an ancient Christian church located near the seaside village of Strandhill. The music of the lapping ocean, the chirping of the birds, the spectacular view of the sunset and the sandy beach, make it a must-visit for tourists. Unwind and forget all your worries in this unforgettable corner of our little secret.
Killaspugbrone is an early Christian church on the coast west of Sligo town and near the modern re… [..]

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Larass Full review
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A great spot for overnight camping: Larass is also known as Strandhill and is located in the County of Slingo. The farm, the beach, the landmarks, everything here was a treat to our eyes. We spent some time strolling by the beach although it was a little windy. We did spot some kite surfers too, if you enjoy that. There's an old-fashioned village with great eateries nearby too.

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Cloonacool Full review
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A village with a magnificent view of sea and mountains : A village located in the Dingle Peninsula, Cloghane has a spectacular view of Brandon Bay and Stradbally Mountains. There are plenty of cottages and Airbnb spots where you could choose to stay and one of the most prominent attractions here is Conor Pass. There are vintagey pubs and eateries too that we loved dining at.
Cloonacool is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. Cloonacool sits at the foot of the Ox Mountains,… [..]

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Strandhill Full review
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Discover this unique village called Strandhill : Strandhill is known to be the largest coastal village in County of Sligo and has many attractions and sites to visit. From the golf club with extensive green landscapes to the Woodville farm with historic farm buildings, this townland has so much to explore and experience. One of the highly recommended and a must try experience here is the seaweed bath to relax and re-hydrate your body.
Strandhill or occasionally Larass is the largest coastal village and townland in County Sligo, Ire… [..]

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Portinch Full review
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Don't Miss This Place: Portinch is in the Electoral Division of Owenmore, in Civil Parish of Emlaghfad, in the Barony of Corran, in the County of Sligo. The Irish name for Portinch is Port Inse. Nationwide, it is the 36448th largest townland that we know about

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Beltra Full review
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Gorgeous village with a country market visit: A village in County Sligo with the scenic views of Ox mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. There are plenty of homestays and cottage options here. Another one of the popular things to do while we were there was a visit to the traditional country market. There are many eateries and pubs here if you wish to go on an authentic Irish food exploration around the village.
Beltra is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. Beltra is situated between the Ox Mountains and the … [..]

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Cloonagh Full review
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A Wonderful Place: The meaning of Cloonagh is a meadow of horses and that's what you will get when you will visit this place. If you are in Ireland, then you must give this wonderful place a mere look. Surrounding this place are beautiful mountains.

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Easky Lough Full review
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A serene, peaceful and scenic trail by the lakes: Located in the heart of Ox mountains in the coastal village of Easkey, this trail will take you through the forest plantations, by the freshwater lake, on the minor roads that loop around. We did some bird watching here too. Ensure you take your hiking shoes along when you are off to this location.
Easky Lough , also known as Easkey Lough or Lough Easky, is a freshwater lake in the northwest of I… [..]

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Dromore West Full review
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Scenic location surrounded with mountains: Another one of our favourite village visits while exploring Ireland. A picturesque village set apace with Dunneil River, with a stunning backdrop of waterfall and plenty of flora and fauna. This site is definitely a nature lovers dream. Everything green and blue, making Dromore West a must visit while exploring the destination.
Dromore West is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. Dromore West is situated on the Dunneil River … [..]

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Skreen Full review
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A Wonderful Village : If you want to enjoy the rural life in Ireland, then this is a must visit for you. You will plenty of greenery in this area and a lot of natural atmospheres as well. There are also a couple of churches as well in the likes of Church of Ireland and the Roman Catholic.
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Carrowneden Full review
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Great Place : Carrowneden is in the Electoral Division of Cuildoo, in Civil Parish of Killasser, in the Barony of Gallen, in the County of Mayo. The Irish name for Carrowneden is Ceathrú an Éadain. Within Co. Mayo, it is the 648th largest townland.

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Eagles Flying Full review
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Don't miss this one out! : We were expecting not more than an Eagle show when we arrived, but by the time we left, we had so much to talk about and would not have missed it for anything else. It was not only a fun trip for us, but it was also an educational one too especially for the little ones. The highlight was when we had the raptors land on our arms. Near to the facility, there is a petting zoo to which houses bunnies…

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Bunratty Castle Full review
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Living the Past!: Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is an elegant, stately and ornately decorated, 15th-century medieval castle which is must-include on your itinerary to Ireland. The 15th and 16th-century furnishings, wall-hangings, and splendid works of art take you on a journey to the Ireland of the yore. Visit of the Bunratty Folk Park, housing around 30 buildings recreated and decorated according to their socia…
Bunratty Castle is a large 15th-century tower house in County Clare, Ireland. It is located in the… [..]

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Bunratty Castle & Folk Park Full review
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A sneak Peak into the History: Bunratty Castle is the most complete medieval building in Ireland. Build in 1425 and restored in 1954 to its earlier brilliance, this castle is the home to 15th and 16th-century furnishings, decorations, and artworks that reveal the story of its past glory. Set on twenty-six acres, the majestic park with its over thirty buildings in a ‘living village’ and rural setting, offers the chance to reli…
Bunratty Castle is a large 15th-century tower house in County Clare, Ireland. It is located in the… [..]

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Dooega Full review
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We stopped here to relish some seafood.: Another one of the village stopover on our road trip located on the west coast of Ireland in County Mayo. We stopped over at the Mickeys bar to enjoy some good seafood for lunch. Apart from that Dooega has a picturesque seaside and great views to enjoy the serenity that surrounds it.
Dumha Éige is a village in the south west of Achill Island off the coast of County Mayo. It is in … [..]

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Keem Beach Full review
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A must-visit beach in the Achill Islands: Nestled under the mountains, at the end of the road this ocean is tucked away on the far side of Achill Island. We weren't able to swim for long although the day was warm and sunny, the beach is known for it stunning views and beautiful walks you can take. A visit here was truly magical to capture, a serene beach hidden away in the mountains.
Keem Bay is located past Dooagh village in the west of Achill Island in County Mayo, Ireland. It c… [..]

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Dooagh Full review
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A Must Visit Village : The cottage in Dooagh, Achill Island is in a fantastic location and was ideal for our visit. It is comfortable and has a fantastic outlook over the Atlantic Ocean which is only a few metres from the house. The kitchen equipment was sufficient for our needs but could do with updating, as could the heating available for chilly days and nights.
Dooagh is a village located on Achill Island in County Mayo, Ireland. It is best known for the nea… [..]

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Minaun cliff Full review
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An interesting and scenic cliff-top walk: For those who are interested in another hike or hill walk, this is a great place to be. Ensure you get you walking shoes along to climb up the cliff and enjoy the panoramic beauty of the sea view. After the walk you can explore the areas and locations nearby too, there are forts and gardens further along the cliff.

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St Fachtnan's Cathedral Full review
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A Historic Cathedral: Great carvings, high cross, a must for artists and those interested in Gaelic stone carving. Although it is a very old place and the conservation and restoration has been late, it retains its appeal. Large beautiful cross. Great place, must visit.
Kilfenora Cathedral is a former Roman Catholic cathedral, part of which is now used as a place of w… [..]

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East Burren View Full review
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Excellent Place : Location is right near the Birds of Prey and Cave center. Very clean and quiet location and convenient when visiting the Burren. We had views of the hills from our room. Breakfast is hot and delicious - several choices on the menu.

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Poulnabrone Dolmen Full review
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A magical visit to an ancient monument: We took a scenic walk to this extraordinary place to view the stunning rock formation is picturesque. There was no admission fee and there were self-explanatory signboards too. What you witness here is a historical monument that is over 4500 years old. Grey skies and the tall standing rock formations are extremely instagrammable.
Poulnabrone dolmen ) is a portal tomb - one of approximately 174 in Ireland - located in the Burren… [..]

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Dún Aonghasa Full review
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Prehistoric Hill Fort: Dún Aonghasa is one of the largest prehistoric semi-circular stone forts and Ireland's most visited attractions. It overlooks the Atlantic with imposing and breathtaking scenes that stretch through the length of the Island. It is considered to be one of the best examples of its kind in entire Europe. Archaeologists and visitors from all over the world come here and it is expected that it may be g…
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Boyle Abbey Full review
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Well-Preserved ruins: This formidable and well preserved Abbey was founded in the 12th-century. This cruciform church has the ability to grab visitor's attention as one of the most impressive of the ancient Cistercian foundations in Ireland. In the 16th-century, the monastery was used as a bawn, and a gatehouse was added to its west wall. The gatehouse now houses an exhibition.
Boyle Abbey was the first successful foundation in Connacht of the Cistercian order which had open… [..]

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William Street Full review
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William Street, Limerick City, Ireland: William Street is one of the main thoroughfares and shopping centers of Limerick City, Ireland. It was designed on the pattern of Georgian architecture. In 2011, the street was renovated with new footpaths & better lighting for enhancing its appearance.

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Georgian house and Garden Full review
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Pleasantly surprised with this country house: We chose for a guided tour through this beautiful Georgian house and Garden. This periodic house has massive rooms with a magnificent staircase and tranquil space in the garden. Overall a great experience and an informative tour in this elegant estate which managed privately.

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St John's Cathedral Full review
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An architectural splendour: We took a walking tour of the historic St John's Cathedral located in Ireland. Stained glasses, numerous statues, beautiful gardens, gorgeous interiors, if I were to describe my visit to this church, I'd probably run out of adjectives. A must-visit for all history buffs and architectural admirers.
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Saint Mary's Cathedral Full review
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A living Church for Centuries: Saint Mary's Cathedral is one of the most loved classical ecclesiastical structures in Limerick. It offers a magnificent view of the majestic River Shannon. It had been the Royal Residence of the Kings of Thomond until 1168 when it was presented to the church. People are offering prayers in the church for the last 850 years.
St Mary's Cathedral, Limerick, also known as Limerick Cathedral, is a cathedral of the Church of Ir… [..]

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Ballintubber Abbey Full review
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A walk through the ages: The history is manifest, St Patrick baptizing converts here as back as in 441 AD. The old photos hung inside the church depict the ruins before restoration. The monument is impressive, so are the exquisitely maintained grounds and withered cloisters. Touring the abbey is a pleasant experience.
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Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden Full review
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Magnificent abbey, small cathedral, beautiful gardens: A tranquil place with a small English cathedral. An impressive house with large roomsThe gardens are located a little away from the abbey and we took a shuttle bus to reach the place. There was greenery everywhere, glass houses all around fully bloomed tulips, we loved it in there! Highly recommended to visit.
Kylemore Abbey is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Co… [..]

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Carbad More Full review
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Ruins of a double court tomb: Carbad More is a double court tomb that lies severely dilapidated with almost no trace of the covering cairns. At both ends of the ruins of a cairn are the remains of two nearly circular courts, each with its own segmented gallery. Both galleries are fully covered with dense vegetation.
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Rathfran monastery Full review
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Sacred Landscape: The friary of Rathfran is set on a charming and striking location, being surrounded by low verdant hills, and overlooking a tidal creek. It would have been a significant settlement as is apparent from the stone forts and hauntingly beautiful tombs lying around the monastery

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Killala Round Tower Full review
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A historical tower that dates back to 5th Century: This iconic Irish tower round tower is over 1000 years old and is located in a beautiful town. Located in the heart of Killala town, this is a well preserved historic tower takes you back in time with its inscriptions inside. Easy to locate, highly recommended if you are in the area.

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Pierre oghamique Full review
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A mighty standing stone with ancient inscriptions: This single standing stone is believed to be from the bronze age and has ancient inscriptions on it in ogham. This vertically carved stones is graced by the greenery of the picturesque landscapes that surrounds them. A visit to this scenic location is highly recommended.
Breastagh Ogham Stone is a ogham stone and National Monument located in County Mayo, Ireland. [..]

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Moyne Abbey Full review
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An off-beaten track amongst the green pastures to view the historical ruins: A picturesque walkway amongst the cow pastures featuring Gothic architecture from the Christian era. This well-preserved abbey wasn't an easy find and was difficult to access through the farm and pastures too. But, the walk was well worth it, secluded and peaceful location that showcase historical ruins.

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Ballina Full review
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A scenic, historical little town in County Mayo: This little town in County Mayo located by the banks of River Moy, this place has so many things to do and explore. If you enjoy pub hopping or simply spend a day walking through the prominent sites in the town, you'll be spoilt with choice. We particularly enjoyed our visit to the ruins of Moyne Abbey, St Muredach's Cathedral and River Moy.
Ballina is a town in north County Mayo, Ireland. It lies at the mouth of the River Moy near Killal… [..]

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Scenic Road Full review
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Splendid Views: Ireland is well known for its wonderful rides so if you are in Ireland, never miss an opportunity to visit scenic road. With Ireland’s landscape so wild and rugged, the temptation to rent a car and head out in search of adventure is simply too great to resist!

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Enniscoe House Full review
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Nice Relaxing Visit: Georgian house of the medium size set against the spectacular backdrop of Nephin Mountain. The gardens are pleasant but not outstanding. The walk to the lake's edge is worth the effort for the view of the mountain. Feels a little bit like going back in time. Dogs allowed which was great.

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Lough Conn Full review
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Go on a long drive to Lough Conn: Crystal clear waters of the beautiful lake here makes it perfect for a day out with your family. You can simply take a dip or go fishing in this stunning spot, we enjoyed both. Our day trip then ended with some good food and drinks at one of the local eateries.
Lough Conn is a lake in County Mayo, Ireland and covers about 14,000 acres . With its immediate ne… [..]

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Straide Abbey Full review
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Historical Monument: Strade Abbey, established in the 13th century by Jordan de Exeter, Lord of Athlethan, is a National Monument and former Franciscan/Dominican monastery located in County Mayo, Ireland. It is home to the majestic 15th-century tomb, which is a major tourist attraction owing to its exquisite decorative human carvings.

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Humbert Tower Full review
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A Must Visit : The Humbert Tower runs from Kilcummin, on Killala Bay in County Mayo, where a French expeditionary force landed in 1798 to help the Irish in their rebellion of that year. It follows the erratic path of the advancing force to the scene of their final battle and defeat at Ballinamuck, in County Longford.

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Foxford Woollen Mills Full review
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An amazing tour combined with shopping for high-quality woollen products : Located in the County Mayo, a visit to the Foxford Woollen Mills was a unique experience for all of us. The story of the mills, the showroom and their products, everything was impressive. The tour around the site was informative and educative too. A great place to do your little shopping to take back home for your loved ones too. Overall an excellent experience, both touring and shopping.

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Bridge Street Full review
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Amazing Place: Gorgeous food, great wine, fab presentation and lovely ambiance in the restaurant- it was good value for early bird and we stayed on at the table for a while after. Highly recommended- our whole group we’re really impressed. Highly Recommended!

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Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre Full review
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Learn the language in an exquisite ambience: Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre is an English language teaching school. In addition to providing a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for learning, the school familiarizing the students to the beauty and uniqueness of life on Ireland's West Coast. The classrooms also provide a lovely view of the Galway Bay and the hills of Co. Clare.

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Ballymote Full review
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A historic market town in the County Sligo: Ballymote town has an interesting list of things to do here. Apart from Eagles flying that we enjoyed, we also loved our visit to the Caves of Keash and Ballymote castle. Although it is one of the prominent towns here, most sites still are historical. We also enjoyed Ziplining and a visit to the Railway museum too.
Ballymote is a market town in southern County Sligo in the province of Connacht, in the north-west… [..]

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W.B. Yeats Full review
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Explore the homeland of the legendary Irish Poet, W.B. Yeats: Discover the influential work of W.B. Yeats in his homeland. We went to the stunning church here where W.B. Yeats rests in his grave. This church is a must visit for poetry lovers and has intricate architectural details that you can admire. A great tribute!

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The Model. Home of The Niland Collection. Full review
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Modern Art Gallery: The Model, home of The Niland Collection, is one of the leading contemporary art centers. It features numerous international standard exhibitions of acclaimed local and international modern-day artists. It is known for its support of the projects that critically explore the impacts of war and contemporary religions. The project boasts impressive purpose-built art studios that offer an astonis…
Model Arts and Niland Gallery, also called The Model, home of the Niland Collection, is a contempor… [..]

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Fivemilebourne Full review
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A Beautiful Village : Gorgeous house in a beautiful part of Ireland. The house was a good size and very well equipped. Imelda left homemade scones which was very thoughtful. We have family in the area and we used the house as a base. Very peaceful at night and comfortable.

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Drumcliff Full review
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Jaw-droppingly beautiful, no photographs would do justice. : Yes, we have captured many pictures on our travel here, but we think the best was the actual view that we captured mentally while there. This beautiful destination is a blink and miss if you are trying to catch it on your road trip. Located not too far from the Atlantic coast, there's so much to see and explore here, including an old monastic site, a massive statue, a high cross and a host of fin…
Drumcliff or Drumcliffe is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. It is 8 km north of Sligo town on … [..]

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Drumcliff & Yeats's Grave Full review
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For the Lovers of Yeats!: Drumcliffe is set against the stunning backdrop of the Benbulben Mountains and is renowned as the final resting place of great Irish poet, W.B. Yeats. A pleasant resting place in this idyllic churchyard, the tomb is identified with a simple headstone engraved with his self-written epitaph "cast a cold eye on life, on death, horseman, pass by." The cemetery also holds a high cross and nearby …

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Ben Bulben Full review
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Panoramic: Benbulben is commonly known as County Sligo's Table Mountain. Over the top, Ben Bulben offers a picturesque view of the surrounding town. Plenty of megalithic structures can be found strewn here. It has a legend that this is the only place in Ireland where fairies are visible to humans.
Benbulbin, sometimes spelled Ben Bulben or Benbulben , is a large rock formation in County Sligo, I… [..]

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Castlebaldwin Full review
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A beautiful setting that takes you back in time: The hike up to view the prehistoric tombs on top of a hill can be a little tiring but is well worth it. From lakes to mountains to a historic tomb, this place is scenic and charming. A visit here is highly recommended to step back into the olden era actually the golden era.
Castlebaldwin or Bellanagarrigeeny is a townland and a very small village in County Sligo, Ireland… [..]

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Bricklieve Mountains Full review
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A hike into the past with an amazing view. : This distinctive group of hills are composed of a hard limestone and are home to many passage tombs. The long drive and the strenuous walks were all worth it. We explored the tombs, the landscapes and the megalithic cemetery which were all magnificent!

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Sligo Folk Park Full review
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A trip down the memory lane!!: Sligo Folk Park, located in the beautiful village of Riverstown, County Sligo, is a tourist attraction that offers an unusual experience of the rural life and Irish culture at the turn of the 19th Century. Take a casual walk around the park, and visit the beautiful exhibition hall which hosts one of the finest collections of agricultural artifacts.

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Parke's Castle Full review
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Unique setting with a waterfront setting: This incredible castle is a must-see and a delight to visit. A historical building that talks about Irish heritage in a tranquil setting. After a scenic drive, this castle with a view was just a treat to see. Another castle with an educative exhibit and a guided tour with well-versed tour guides.
Rising three storeys tall, in an idyllic setting on the banks of Lough Gill, in County Leitrim, Ire… [..]

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Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery Full review
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The Sacred Island!: One of the largest and oldest stone age cemeteries in Europe, Carrowmore has over sixty, five thousand to eight hundred years old megalithic tombs and monuments. Located in County Sligo, Ireland, this cemetery is a must-see attraction, owing to its stone circles, passage tombs, and dolmens that magnify the beauty of this impressive site.
Carrowmore, County Sligo is one of the four major passage tomb complexes in Ireland. It is located… [..]

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Lissadell House Full review
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Stunning views, fabulously maintained interiors and an amazing garden! : Expect to spend nearly three hours here. We wandered through the beautiful alpine gardens and took the guided house tour. There are a coffee shop and a gift shop on the premises too. This beautifully restored estate is situated on the beach shores and has so much historical relevance to the place.
Lissadell House is a neo-classical Greek revivalist style country house, located in County Sligo, I… [..]

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Sligo Abbey Full review
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Historical Abbey: This Dominican friary, founded in the 13th-Century, has a tremendous wealth of carvings including Medieval and Renaissance tomb art, a well-preserved cloister and the only carved 15th-century high altar to survive in any Irish church. The abbey has a silver bell. The legend has it that only pious people can hear its chime. Visit it to get enlightened by this magical friary.
Sligo Abbey , a ruined abbey in Sligo, Ireland, was originally built in 1253 by the order of Mauri… [..]

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Creevykeel Court Cairn Full review
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An ancient court tomb to discover: This well preserved Neolithic court tomb from 3rd century BC is a beautiful location of historical importance. This tranquil spot is scenic and has a well-built structure of the tomb from the burial site this was. Take a stroll around the stone wall and the green walkway while exploring the site.
Creevykeel Court Tomb is one of the better examples of a court tomb in Ireland. The monument is loc… [..]

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Carrowkeel Passage Tomb Cemetery Full review
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Neolithic Hilltop Passage Tomb: Carrowkeel is a magnificently located neolithic hilltop passage tomb cluster in County Sligo, Ireland. It consists of fourteen passage cairns that offer a pleasant scene to the visitors. The tomb complex is preserved as National Monuments and recognized as one of the "big four" passage cemeteries in Ireland.
Carrowkeel is a Neolithic passage tomb cemetery in the south of County Sligo, near Boyle, County Ro… [..]

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Westport House Full review
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Historic House: Westport House is unquestionably one of the best-loved heritage attractions and most elegant houses in Ireland. With over 30 rooms on the exhibit, visitors find themselves absorbed in the 16th-century days when the Pirate Queen of Connacht, Grace O’Malley, ruled the estate. The Audio Tour app, now available to all visitors, tells the captivating story of the people connected to it as well a…
Westport House in Westport, County Mayo, Ireland, was the ancestral seat of the Marquesses of Sligo… [..]

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Headford Full review
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A famous Angling Hub: Headford is a famous fishing hub for the eastern coast of Lough Corrib. It is also at the heart of a region teeming with archaeological monuments, varying from prehistoric burial cairns and Iron Age stone ruins to an array of monastic sites.
Headford is a town in County Galway, located 26 km north of Galway city in the west of Ireland. It… [..]

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Pearse's Cottage Full review
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A historical Building: Pearse's Cottage was built in 1909, by the leader of the 1916 Easter uprising, Patrick Pearse. The Visitor Centre offers an impressive exhibition about the legacy of Patrick Pearse and explores the unique landscape and history of the ancient Gaelic culture and language which is still alive in this area.

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Lough Corrib Full review
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One of the Best Game Fisheries in the World: Lough Corrib is the largest lake in Ireland and is considered as one of the best fishing lakes in Europe. It is home to a variety of fish including brown trout, pike, and roach and also attracts salmon and eels from the Atlantic Ocean. It is an incredible place to visit and enjoy game angling and hospitality of the locals.
Lough Corrib is a lake in the west of Ireland. The River Corrib or Galway river connects the lake … [..]

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Cong Abbey Full review
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A picturesque walk through the history: In the little town of Cong, there is a hidden spot to discover in the heart of the village - the Abbey itself. A picturesque place with a forest in the hood, local eateries, souvenier shops and the famous Monk's Fishing House. As we took a stroll around the location, there were tombstones, historical ruins and cemetery to witness. The place is quiet and peaceful.
Cong Abbey is a historic site located at Cong, on the borders of counties Galway and Mayo, in Irela… [..]

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Ashford Castle Full review
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Ashtonishing Medivel Structure: Located in Mayo, Ireland, Ashford Castle is an 800-year-old medieval, gray stone structure. Rising up on the shores of Lough Corrib, this is a magnificent building and was home to the Guinness family for around 70 years. Its majestic rooms decorated with silks and artifacts offer a royal experience to the visitors.
Ashford Castle is a medieval castle that has been expanded over the centuries and turned into a fiv… [..]

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Friary of Ross (Ross Errilly Friary) Full review
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Hauntingly Beautiful: It is one of the most remarkable and well-preserved Franciscan friaries in Ireland. The monastic ruin is a lovely sight that evokes a melancholy feeling when one thinks about the sheer majesty and grandeur with which the ruins may have stood in the past. The friary has the 15th-century architecture.
The Ross Errilly Friary is a medieval Franciscan friary located about a mile to the northwest of H… [..]

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Kinvarra Full review
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Lovely seaside Village: Kinvarra, meaning Head of the Sea, is a prominent seaport village set on the southern shores of Galway Bay. The Dunguaire Castle, overlooking the Galway, is a major tourist attraction here. Packed with colorfully painted buildings the captivating village turns out to be a splendid pit stop between Galway city and County Clare.
Kinvara , also spelled Kinvarra, is a sea port village located in the south of County Galway, Irela… [..]

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Thoor Ballylee Yeats Tower Full review
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Inspirational!: Thoor Ballylee is a fourteenth-century stone tower and is famous for its association with Nobel prize-winning poet, William Butler. According to the official website of Yeats Thoor Ballylee Society, Thoor Ballylee inspired the two greatest poetry books of Butler: The Tower and The Winding Stair. The narrow bridge and crossing stones, the famous winding stair and the immersive exhibitions exp…
Thoor Ballylee Castle is a fortified, 15th century Hiberno-Norman tower house built by the septs … [..]

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Clare Heritage and Genealogical Centre Full review
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County Clare Research Center: The Clare Heritage and Genealogy Research Centre specializes in the formulation of exclusively researched Family History Reports. It is identified as one of the leading genealogy research centers in Ireland. It has the most extensive research database held at any location to enable individuals with Clare roots to trace their heritage.

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Bellharbour Full review
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Decent Place In Ireland: If you are in Bellharbour, then you have a chance to visit many historical sites like Poulnabrone Dolmen. Other places to visit include Quay Street, The Burren, Corcomroe Abbey, Burren Birds of Prey Centre, Salthill Promenade, and Burren Nature Sanctuary & Cafe.

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Noughaval Full review
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An Excellent Antiquitie Place: Noughaval also known as Nohoval is a county in Ireland. This place has many buildings which are built from limestone flags. There are many cahers, or stone forts, now ruined. So from a historical point of view, Noughaval is a decent place to visit.
Noughaval or Nohoval is a civil parish in County Clare, Ireland. [..]

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Dysert O'Dea Castle and Archaeology Centre Full review
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A great day trip for every history-buff : This restored castle is a great place to explore with 25 Archaeological field monuments. Truly a hidden gem, this castle and archaeological site are a must visit for every historical enthusiast. High cross, remarkable old sites well reserved, round tower, there's plenty to see and explore here!
O'Dea Castle, also known as Dysert O'Dea Castle, is an Irish fortified tower house, loosely describ… [..]

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Clare Museum Full review
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A little museum with historical artefacts: Interesting and fascinating exhibits of artefacts from pre-history. An informative tour of the museum in the small town, taking you through the history of that county Clare of the past 6000 years. Another one of the brilliant museum with no entry fees.
Clare Museum is a museum which documents the history of County Clare. The Museum is housed in the … [..]

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Ennis Friary Full review
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Visit this historic Franciscan friary ruins : Known for its gothic tower and wall carvings, this place is a must-see. This well-preserved site has sculptures carved in the hard limestone. Our visit here was like stepping into history with so many interesting things to explore and learn about. What we enjoyed the most beyond the site was probably the drive into the county which had many picturesque stops on the way.

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Carran church Full review
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A 15th century Ruin: Carran church is a 15th-century ruin of a medieval parish and is located in the village of Carran, Ireland. The church has an upper portion which is believed by some people to have been used as a fortified residence against attackers. It is a fine example of a medieval parish

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Cahercommaun Fort Full review
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Ruins at the Edge!: Cahercommaun Triple Stone Fort is remarkably located at the edge of a cliff. Build around 800 AD and notably similar to the magnificent fort at Dun Aenghus, the inside wall alone used 16,500 tons of stone and was almost circular before the north wall crumpled down the cliff. The summit offers a spectacular sight of the surrounding area.
Cahercommaun or sometimes Cahercommane is a triple stone ringfort on the south-east edge of the Bu… [..]

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Kilmacduagh Abbey Full review
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Calm and Peaceful!: Kilmacduagh Abbey is the remains of an 800-year-old monastery. It flaunts the tallest round tower in Ireland. Located in the village cemetery, the ruins provide a serene and contemplative exposure to visitors. The limestone rock of the structure adds to the beauty of the picturesque scene.
Kilmacduagh Monastery is a ruined abbey near the town of Gort in County Galway, Ireland. It was the… [..]

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Leamaneh Castle Full review
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Take a detour to the Leamaneh Castle: Located in the rural roads, a visit to this castle may mean you need to take a detour. The stop by this castle was just to click a picture as you could not enter the castle. The story that we were told was of a famous Irish ghost, Red Mary who is still considered to haunt the place. If your itinerary permits drive by the place.
Leamaneh Castle is a ruined castle located in the townland Leamaneh North, Parish of Kilnaboy, betw… [..]

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Aillwee Cave Full review
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A fun-filled Tour: Situated in the very heart of the Burren in County Clare, Aillwee Cave is a must-visit for everyone who finds himself/herself in the area. The tour of the cave consists of a 30-minute walk through the beautiful caverns – over bridged chasms, under mysterious formations and alongside the roaring waterfall which sometimes gently sprinkles the unsuspecting visitor!
Aillwee Cave is a cave in the karst landscape of the Burren in County Clare, Ireland. The name Aill… [..]

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Burren Centre Full review
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Travel through the ages: Burren Centre with its audio-visual theatre and incredible exhibition takes you back through the ages to the time when the formidable majestic mountains and serene valleys of the Burren area lay underneath a warm tropical sea. Visit this centre and see the history uncover before your eyes, and experience the atmosphere of thousands of years ago.

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Quin Abbey Full review
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Beautiful Ruins: Quin Abbey is a well-preserved ruin located in County Clare, Ireland. It was built in the 14th century and is known for its hauntingly beautiful cloisters. Its architectural features are of historical significance and offer the visitors a stunning view.
Quin Abbey is a ruined Franciscan abbey or friary in Quin, roughly 9 miles from Ennis, County Clare… [..]

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Coole Park Full review
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This natural reserve is an incredible location: Another place with historical and cultural relevance gifted with the beauty of nature. We enjoyed a lovely stroll in the picturesque ambience that looks like a perfect movie setting. A forest park with lovely trails and an autograph tree alongside a gorgeous lake. We enjoyed our visit and stroll here.
Coole Park is a nature reserve of approximately 1,000 acres located a few miles west of Gort, Coun… [..]

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The Burren Perfumery Full review
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Organic Cosmetic Making Company: The Burren Perfumery is a small family company that makes perfumes and cosmetics. Highlights include the Tea Room, the Blending Room, and the Herb Garden. The Herb Garden provides visitors with samples of the native herbs and information about their traditional use.

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Corcomroe Abbey Full review
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Historical Abbey: Positioned at the edge of the Burren in a scenic location, Corcomroe Abbey is ancient Abbey ruins with a fascinating history. The historical graves are well preserved, and the original structures continue to provide a good sense of the former monastic community. Entry to the abbey is free.
Corcomroe Abbey is an early 13th-century Cistercian monastery located in the north of the Burren r… [..]

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Dún Duchathair Full review
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Just Brilliant : Awesome! We took a flight over to the island and got in well before the first ferry. This meant we had this fort to ourselves, truly a special place. Amazing view of sheer cliffs and crashing waves. Not accessible. Moderate to difficult hike to arrive.
Dún Dúchathair or simply Dúchathair , meaning "black stone ringfort", is a large stone fort on Inis… [..]

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King House Historical and Cultural Centre Full review
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Beautiful and Informative: King House is a splendidly restored Georgian palace build around 1730 by the 1st Baronet Kingston, Sir Henry King. The grandeur of the reception gallery, its impressive stone floor, tripartite windows and arched ceilings make this 18th-Century residence a symbol of the prestige, wealth and authority of the King family. Visitors can explore this unique architectural treasure and enjoy entertai…

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Lough Key Forest Park Full review
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Scenic Park: Lough Key Forest Park is positioned in an area of great historical importance and is comprised of remarkable woodland and numerous islands. Visit & explore the unique historical features from its 19th-century parkland with lovely trees, majestic bridges, and captivating waterways.
Lough Key Forest Park is an 800-hectare park on the southern shore of Lough Key, 40 km south east o… [..]

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