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Moving to Ireland? Returning home help

Moving to Ireland? Returning home help

Ireland is, of course, a Celtic country but in terms of how long it has been populated, the Celts are relative newcomers.  For more than 7,000 years the island was inhabited by people of the Stone Age. Very little is known about them although they did leave behind a few clues which has enabled historians and archaeologists to offer us a glimpse of who they were and how they lived.

Ireland is, of course, a Celtic country but in terms of how long it has been populated, the Celts are relative newcomers. For more than 7,000 years the island was inhabited by people of the Stone Age. Very little is known about them although they did leave behind a few clues which has enabled historians and archaeologists to offer us a glimpse of who they were and how they lived.

A journey to Ireland's Ancient East is more than just a holiday to Ireland, it's an opportunity to connect with your Irish heritage and ancestry, if indeed you have some, or just to sample 5,000 years of Irish history, as well as a Guinness!

A journey to Ireland's Ancient East is more than just a holiday to Ireland, it's an opportunity to connect with your Irish heritage and ancestry, if indeed you have some, or just to sample 5,000 years of Irish history, as well as a Guinness!

Ireland’s Gate to Hell: Oweynagat (The Cave of Cats) At the end of a country lane in Ireland is Oweynagat, the Cave of the Cats, an entrance to another world. That world is full of werewolves and other monstrous creatures including terrifying cats, rampaging pigs and malevolent birds. Described in medieval texts as the “hell-mouth of Ireland”, this is one of the most important sites in Celtic mythology but one of the least visited. Located on a privately owned farm full of brambles and...

Ireland’s Gate to Hell: Oweynagat (The Cave of Cats) At the end of a country lane in Ireland is Oweynagat, the Cave of the Cats, an entrance to another world. That world is full of werewolves and other monstrous creatures including terrifying cats, rampaging pigs and malevolent birds. Described in medieval texts as the “hell-mouth of Ireland”, this is one of the most important sites in Celtic mythology but one of the least visited. Located on a privately owned farm full of brambles and...

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