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Achill Island 3 Adare 1 Adrigole 1 Allihies 3 Annascaul 4 Aran Islands 4 Ardara 2 Ardee 2 Ashbourne 1 Ashford 1 Athenry 1 Athlone 3 Athy 2 Avoca 1 Balbriggan 1 Ballacolla 1 Ballina 1 Ballinafad 1 Ballinasloe 1 Ballinskelligs 3 Ballintrillick 1 Ballybofey 1 Ballybunion 3 Ballyconnell 1 Ballyferriter 1 Ballyhaunis 1 Ballyheigue 1 Baltimore 4 Bantry 2 Belmullet 2 Black Valley 1 Blarney 1 Borrisoleigh 1 Bray 1 Bruckless 1 Bunclody 1 Buncrana 1 Bundoran 9 Bunratty 2 Cahir 1 Cahirciveen 4 Cahirdaniel Village 1 Camp 1 Cape Clear Island 1 Cappoquin 1 Carlingford 3 Carlow 2 Carrick 1 Carrick-on-Shannon 1 Cashel 5 Castlebar 1 Castlegregory 2 Castletownbere 1 Cavan 4 Clare Island 1 Claremorris 1 Clifden 11 Cliffs of Moher 1 Cloghane 1 Clonakilty 3 Clonmel 1 Clonmoney 1 Cobh 1 Cong 5 Connemara 12 Cork 25 Corofin 1 Dingle 17 Donegal 6 Donore 1 Doochary 1 Doolin 8 Downings 1 Drogheda 2 Drumshanbo 2 Dublin 120 Dun Laoghaire 1 Dundalk 3 Dunfanaghy 1 Dungarvan 3 Dunmanway 1 Edenderry 2 Ennis 7 Errigal 1 Feakle 1 Galway 49 Gaoithe 1 Glenbeigh 3 Glencolmcille 3 Glendalough 2 Glengarriff 1 Gort 1 Greenane 1 Greystones 2 Inishowen Peninsula 2 Jenkinstown 2 Kells 1 Kells 1 Kenmare 13 Kilcar 2 Kildare 2 Kilfenora 2 Kilfinane 1 Kilkee 2 Kilkenny 16 Killaloe 1 Killarney 44 Killorglin 3 Killybegs 1 Kilmeaden 1 Kilmore Quay 1 Kilrush 1 Kiltyclogher 1 Kinsale 7 Kinvara 2 Knock 2 Knockree 1 Lahinch 2 Letterkenny 3 Lifford 1 Limerick 15 Lisdoonvarna 1 Listowel 2 Macroom 1 Mallow 1 Maynooth 1 Midleton 2 Milltown Malbay 1 Monaghan 1 Mountmellick 1 Mountshannon 1 Moville 1 Mullingar 3 Murrisk 1 Navan 3 Nenagh 3 New Ross 3 Newcastle West 2 Newport 1 Oldcastle 1 Oughterard 5 Portlaoise 2 Portmagee 1 Quilty 1 Rathdrum 1 Riverstown 1 Roscommon 1 Rosscarbery 1 Rossnowlagh 1 Shannon 1 Shannonbridge 1 Sixmilebridge 1 Skibbereen 7 Slane 1 Sligo 8 Strandhill 1 Swanlinbar 1 Swords 1 Tarbert 1 Tarbert 1 The Burren 2 Tipperary 2 Tralee 10 Tramore 5 Trim 1 Tubbercurry 1 Tullamore 2 Ventry 2 Victoria Place 1 Waterford 11 Waterville 5 Westmeath 1 Westport 14 Wexford 4 Wicklow 7 Youghal 4

Ireland Travel Tips & Suggestions

I visited Black Valley on my honeymoon and it is a fantastic place - real magic!!
I lived in Kilkee for three months and I have to say that it's a beautiful place. The town is just charming.
Apparently the town can be spelled Cahirciveen, Cahersiveen, or Caherciveen. Take your pick.
Lisdoonvarna is a perfect spot to spend a few days. We stayed three and that was perfect. We visited the Cliffs of Moher and drove to the beach at Lahinch twice. Lisdoonvarna was close to the sites but you don't have to deal with the hassle of Lahinch. This was our third trip to Ireland and our first to Lisdoonvarna …
I traveled from one end of Ireland to the other this past month and I have to say that my FAVORITE part of the trip was my stay in a little town outside Glengarriff named Adrigole. The most beautiful countryside I have ever seen. Also I would be remiss if I did not mention the most wonderful person we met in Ireland …
Killarney's a good base for the Ring of Kerry, however it is the hugest tourist trap I've ever seen. Worse then Disneyworld. I suggest you visit any small town within the country and rub elbows with the farmers to experience the "real" Ireland.
New Ross feels like home to me. I love the town, the churches, the shops, and most of all the people. The Theater Pub welcomes anyone. I hope to one day retire in Ireland and hopefully, New Ross.
Kiltyclogher is a beautiful town nestled in between the lovely hills of Leitrim. The Cosy Corner pub has great traditional music and very chatty locals. We had a wonderful time.
I visited Cong on my second Irish visit in 1998. I now plan another visit in 2005 with my wife and another couple.
Bundoran is a beautiful area by the beach, but unfortunatly I find it a little dirty sometimes. Overall I think it's a lovely town and most of the people are sweet and kind.
Doolin is a gorgeous place to visit. And a good place to rent bikes and explore.
I have just been able to determine that Dunmanway is the ancestral home of our family, with the head being Nathan Capron Davis. My mother who is deceased tried to determine this for years, but never succeeded. I certainly would plan on visiting the area to make her wish come true.
I lived in Ennis for 6 months and I have to say that I really miss that colourfull village. Even it is a small place, there's always something to do. The pubs are an amazing centre of music. Libraries, shops, cinemas... Have I said enough??
I love Tralee. It is very cute. A lovely, calm, and quiet town.
I think that Ballinskelligs is the most beautiful place that I have seen and the people are so nice and friendly lovely place to have a holiday when you get the weather!
Kinsale is one of the small treasures to discover along the coastal areas in western Cork. It sits just south of Cork, right on the ocean. The harbor in Kinsale contributes much to the history of the town as well as to current popular activities. There is usually plenty of room in the hostels in Kinsale, but make sure …
Annascaul, a tiny village on Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland; located halfway between the town of Dingle and the mainland, Annascaul sits on the way to Dingle when driving on the southern part of the peninsula. For a quiet getaway, Annascaul is an excellent destination. For adventurers, the rest of Dingle …
Located on the northern side of the Ring of Beara in County Cork, Allihies is a small village with a lot to offer. While not as easy to reach as some of Ireland's more "inland" towns, the scenic village of Allihies is certainly worth the journey. The town can be reached by car, although the nearest bus stop is about …
Kilrush looks like an ordinary local Irish town, but there is more to it than meets the eye. It's a quite charming place that the locals call home and in which visitors feel at home. Everything in town is within walking distance. There is a bus station in town, and the closest train station is in Ennis (buses run from …
Glendalough is located in the southeast corner of the Republic of Ireland on the territory of the Wicklow National Park and is one of the most popular touristic sites of the country. The name of Glendalough means "the valley of the two lakes" and this name already suggests the natural wonder that this glacial valley …