Also called the emerald island, this wonderful “green” land surprises and enchants for its beautiful breathtaking landscapes, many unexplored places, fantastic coasts and welcoming people.
There are many places to get visited during a visit to Ireland, the island that has 40 shades of green !!!
Fantastic island that amazes us with the friendliness in the cities, all the locals welcome us with good music and fantastic beer and forests? Enchanted and evergreen places where it was believed that fairies and elves lived … a magic that we still like to believe today ..
DUBLIN AND GALWAY
The incredible and fascinating capital, where it is possible to admire about history and culture with famous artists:James Joyce, Oscar Wild. In addition, we can visit the castle of Dublin, St. Patrick’s Church and also the Guinness Factory Museum.
On the streets of Dublin you will find many street performers, called buskers and numerous pubs including the very famous Temple Bar, where U2 played in their early days when you can listen to concerts and drink rivers of Guinness!
Galway, is the youngest and most vibrant city in Ireland with many pubs and clubs with Irish music festivals that will enrich the wonderful atmosphere that this beautiful island offers us.
They are two incredible and beautiful island in the south coast; Little Skellig, is a true nature sanctuary and Skellig Michael, looks more like a magical place with a mountain covered in green, it has been also used as a setting for shooting Star Wars movies.
RING OF KERRY
A very famous road and in the southern region with wonderful hills and oak forests …. and the “Leprechauns”! Try to meet one who knows…
A megalithic site that holds the distinction that is the oldest structure of men, dating back to almost 6000 years ago, and which still instills. They raise in the ground in vertical position, letting us the chance to walk through the island’s most ancient history.
CLIFFS OF MOHER
They are the most famous Irish cliffs that with their height reach 216 meters above sea level, and then sink into the ocean. Located in western Ireland, they are among the most important attractions for the country
Known as a place where “there is not enough water to drown a man, nor enough trees to hang him”. It is a special and rare limestone plateau. Admission to visits is recommended with entry from the Burren National Park.
THE DARK HEDGES
They call it the enchanted path par excellence. A fairy tale that has now become famous in the Game of Thrones series; an incredible and spectacular tree-lined avenue at the entrance to the Gracehill House estate.
40 thousand basalt columns smoothed by the force of the ocean on which you can walk, jump on them and ask yourself how nature could do to make them so particular. They are located in County Antrim, where there are other sites to visit. Starting with the Glens of Antrim, nine verdant valleys rich in mythology, and Dunluce Castle, located along the coast near the towns of Portrush and Bushmills.