Ireland – A land of myths and legends
By Lorna Heatley
12 January 2018
Whether they are told in a rhyme, a ballad, or written in an ancient tome, the myths and legends of Ireland are some of the most well known in the world.Read more
Taking in some of the most dramatic mountain and coastal scenery in all of Europe, the beautiful Ring of Kerry is arguably Ireland's most famous scenic drive. Running for 112 miles around County Kerry, the route passes through a handful of picturesque villages, and the scenery there will take your breath away.
This pretty village enjoys a charming setting on the River Laune, and is famed for its annual Puck Fair, one of the oldest non-religious fairs in the world.
Overlooking Valentia Island, this pretty village boasts a High Street lined with brightly-coloured, pastel-painted buildings.
This marvellous village enjoys breathtaking views over the alluring Ballinskelligs Bay. It was a favourite of Charlie Chaplin, and today there is a bronze statue of the actor in the village.
Set on the river of the same name, Sneem consists of a number of delightful, authentic buildings clustered around two main squares - all surrounded by wonderful mountain scenery.
A magnificent pass set on red sandstone rocks, Moll's Gap affords fantastic views of Macgillycuddy's Reeks mountains, and is a much-loved scenic spot.
Rugged coastline, beautiful rolling hills and dramatic castles are all within reach on this tour of the Emerald Isle. Our highlights include the Ring of Kerry, Cork and Killarney, the legendary Blarney Stone, the Cliffs of Moher and Ireland's wonderful capital, Dublin.… see more
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