Wild Atlantic Way – Ireland

Top 10 in Mizen and Sheep’s Head Peninsula, Ireland

Spectacular Scenery – Fuschia covered lanes- Walks – Water sports – Islands – Food               Where is the West West Cork West Cork is a place apart with narrow lanes covered in red-flowered Fuschia bushes, hidden beaches, colourful villages and towns, piers for access to the islands and a […]

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Top 10 in Beara Peninsula, Ireland

Tourist Attractions in Beara Walking – Bere Island-Drive Healy Pass- Copper Mines – Artists-Sea Safari Where is the Beara Peninsula At the south west end of Ireland jutting out into the wild Atlantic lies the mountainous Beara Peninsula with Bantry Bay to the south and the Kenmare River to the north. The majority of the […]

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Skellig Boat Trip Options

Where is Skellig Michael in Ireland? The two Skellig Islands (Michael/Mor and Beag) are 12km (8 miles) off the coast of Kerry in the south-west of Ireland. Skellig Michael is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and both islands were made famous by the recent Star Wars films.  As recently pointed out by Conde Nast Traveller […]

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Best Pubs in Ireland – No 1 Munster

Ireland is famous for its pubs and there is a great range of places to visit. Some brewers and distilleries have been around for centuries; Guinness Brewery and the Jameson Experience in Dublin are among the best known. Many small artisan breweries and distilleries have opened up in the past 10 years. We have divided […]

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Cork- A Food Map

 A Food Map of the Wild Atlantic Way – Cork no. 1 This is the first of a series of Food Maps of places to eat along the Wild Atlantic Way, with details of Restaurants, Lunch stops, cafes, Food Shacks, Vegetarian options and Food Trails. Cork has many great places to eat in Cork city […]

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Best Beaches in Co Cork

The Sunday Times has a list of the best beaches in Ireland and only listed 3 beaches in Co Cork – Garretstown, Inchydoney and Barleycove. Here is Activity Days more detailed list of Cork beaches with some detail on the best reason to visit. Not all beaches are suited to families or those with young […]

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Cycling in Ireland

Ireland’s Best Cycling Routes to Experience Nature Cycling on quiet country lanes is one of the joys of a holiday in Ireland. There are many small bike shops in Ireland who will rent you a bike for a day or for the duration of your holidays if you want to go by yourself. We offer […]

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Driving in Ireland

Driving In Ireland, we drive on the left side of the road, with the steering wheel on the left side of the car. This is easy to deal with as most other cars have steering wheel are the same side.  However, you may drive along a wild landscape on narrow road on the Wild Atlantic […]

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Walking In Ireland – Get Planning.

Ireland is a great country for walking with many off road routes to ramble along and way markets routes. The details of the Irish Walks are on Irish Trails website IrishTrails.ie. For Guided Walking Trails ActivityDays has a range which is growing each month, and if you do not know the route it is the […]

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