Limerick

King John’s Castle can be found on King’s Island in Limerick. St John’s Cathedral in Limerick has the highest church spire in Ireland. […]

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Errigal

Not far west of Glenveigh National Park is the almost conical shape of Errigal, the highest mountain in County Donegal at 751 metres. The carpark (on the R251) is at about 220m, so those in reasonable fitness can expect to do the return hike in 2-3 hours. […]

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Ardara

Ardara may seem like a quiet and sleepy township during the day, but it comes alive at night, with a number of pubs that can practically burst with Irish music and atmosphere in the evening. The pleasant, 2 ½ mile Long Point Walk starts and ends in Ardara, from the top of the hill at […]

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Benbulben

Between Bundooran and Sligo is what’s known as County Sligo’s ‘Table Mountain’ – the imposing 526m high Benbulben. Access to the summit is a bit is easier from the south side, but its not a very established route so unless you’re very enthusiastic hopefully the superb views of Benbulben from the roadside will suffice! Near […]

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Bundoran

Bundoran is one of the more popular seaside resorts in Ireland. Here you can learn to surf, play golf, go to the beach, or enjoy a seaside stroll. […]

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Donegal

Donegal Abbey, aside Donegal harbor, was built in 1474 and is a popular attraction. O’Donnell’s Castle, suitably located on Castle Street, was built in 1474. […]

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Killybegs

Killybegs in a small, pretty fishing port. Take a look at its Maritime and Heritage Visitor Centre. Killybegs is known for its carpets and is home of Donegal Carpet factory, whose products are sold worldwide. […]

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