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Our website is an online travel guide to Ireland. Website is still under construction, but you can already find some interesting travel destinations. It provides essential information about places of interest, photos, opening hours and ticket prices. Every object is marked on the map, what makes it easy to locate. Our search options let you browse and sort objects by categories and regions.

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Rock of Cashel

Rock of Cashel

Midlands Ireland | County Tipperary

The iconic complex of Medieval buildings, the Rock of Cashel, is located in the town of Cashel, at the heart of County Tipperary, just off the M8 motorway. This one of the most important and most visited tourist attraction in Ireland is spectacularly situated on a limestone outcrop, proudly overlooking surrounding plains of the Golden Vale. It is also known ...   more info and photos

Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey

West Ireland | County Galway

Kylemore Abbey is located in the heart of Connemara in County Galway and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Ireland. Before it became home for Irish Benedictine Nuns it was a privat castle built by Mitchell Henry in 1860's as gift for his wife Margaret. The estate was designed by James Franklin Fuller and is beautifully situated on lake shore,...   more info and photos

Cleggan Court Tomb

Cleggan Court Tomb

West Ireland | County Galway

Cleggan Court Tomb is situated on the northern shore of Cleggan Bay (County Galway) within a few meters of a low cliff which rises about 9m above the sea level. The monument is aligned ESE-WNW, with the entrance towards east. The gallery contains three separated chambers, of which only the middle one retains a large roofstone (3m long, 1.7m wide and up to 0....   more info and photos

Ballinacourty Lighthouse

Ballinacourty Lighthouse

Southeast Ireland | County Waterford

Ballinacourty Lighthouse is situated on the rocky eastern shore of Dungarvan Harbour, in County Waterford. It was established at the initiative of the merchants and ship owners to guide ships into Dungarvan Bay, and the first light flashed in 1858. The tower is 13m high (16 meters above the sea level) and is made of local limestone. The lighthouse was conver...   more info and photos

Clonfert Cathedral

Clonfert Cathedral

West Ireland | County Galway

The small Cathedral located in Clonfert, in east County Galway is truly a hidden gem, which has one of the best examples of Hiberno-Romanesque decoration in Ireland. The first early Christian monastery was established here in the 6th century by St Brendan the Navigator and it's said that the Saint himself is buried in the churchyard. The monastery was a impo...   more info and photos

Killemlagh Church

Killemlagh Church

Southwest Ireland | County Kerry

Killemlagh Church (Cill Imleach) is a ruin of an Irish Romanesque church dating from 12th century. Is said to have been built on the place of early Christian monastery founded by St Finian. In 19th century the new chapel was attached to already ruined medieval church. Killemlagh is situated on picturesque Skellig Ring Drive between the villages of Portmagee ...   more info and photos

Muckross Friary

Muckross Friary

Southwest Ireland | County Kerry

Muckross Friary is located in Killarney National Park just about 1.5km from Muckross House and Gardens (about 4,5 km south of Killarney, just off the road N71). It was founded by Donal MacCarthy Mór in 1448 for Observantine Franciscans. After the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 1540s friary was officialy suspended but friars stayed there until they wer...   more info and photos

Kilmogue Dolmen

Kilmogue Dolmen

southeast Ireland | County Kilkenny

Kilmogue Dolmen (or Harristown Dolmen) is located about 7 km north-east of Mullinavat Town in County Kilkenny (short distance off M9 motorway). It is also known as "Leac an Scail" what means "the stone of the hero". The exact date of construction is unknown, but dates back at least to 3000 BC. It's made of granite, and its portal stones are around 3.7m high...   more info and photos