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The Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry

Mystery surrounds the quiet stone Gallarus Oratory in Dingle, County Kerry. Was it built as a church in the 12th century? A shelter for pilgrims? A funerary chapel for a private burial ground? Although no one is quite sure of its provenance, the sacred air inside the Oratory is inescapable. Bone dry, the closely packed, perfectly fitted stones that lean gently to a skyward peak have kept the interior safe for centuries. And the silence inside makes you feel like you could escape this world…

The Jameson Experience (Midleton Distillery) - Museums and attractions - Midleton

County Kerry

"Welcome to our home, County Kerry, known locally as the Kingdom!"

The Fermanagh lakelands

In the foothills of Cuilcagh Mountain Park, on the border between counties Fermanagh and Cavan, the incredible subterranean world of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark awaits. Visitors are guided through a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages, and lofty chambers, while stunningly beautiful cave formations glisten all around.

County Clare – home of the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren

“I’m still standing!” Poulnabrone, a portal dolmen tomb in the Burren, County Clare, dates back to Neolithic times – meaning it’s at LEAST 5,000 years old.

Belfast city

Belfast has a proud tradition of industry, art, and music – but it’s home to some truly beautiful architecture, too, like the famous Merchant Hotel. Dating to the mid-19th century, the hotel was originally built as a bank, with its distinctive, Italianate, sandstone façade demanding and receiving much attention. The hotel blends elegantly into its surrounds, but once you stop to take a look, you won’t want to leave!

Vikings in

Ireland’s Viking Legacy is complicated but exploring it one of Ireland’s simplest pleasures.