Find the best Irish craft shops in Dublin to bring home unique souvenirs and gifts inspired by the local history, culture and nature.
Only a short distance from Dublin, the Boyne Valley is the ideal destination for a taste of historic Ireland. From Neolithic tombs to the most glorious 19th century church, the Boyne Valley, Ireland’s historic heart, has plenty of gems to share with you.
Discover the best things to do in Carlingford, a wonderful seaside town on Ireland’s East coast with a rich medieval heritage and a haven for hikers.
The lighthouses in Dublin Bay have been guiding captains and their crews for more than a hundred years. These sturdy buildings in stunning locations also make for a great day out and about, exploring the coastline and soaking in panoramic views.
Surfing in Lahinch is a great and exhilarating way to experience Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The little town in Co. Clare is one of the best surf hotspots that Ireland has to offer. Lahinch is also a handy location to explore some of the most stunning places you can find on the west coast.
Fleeing France because of religious persecution, Huguenots settled in Dublin in the 17th century. What mark did they leave on the city? Discover what is left today of Dublin’s French heritage.