The Cliffs of Moher & County Clare

The Cliffs of Moher & County Clare

The spectacular coastal views of the Cliffs of Moher are among Ireland’s most famous, and they can be enjoyed from either the new visitor centre atop the Cliffs or from the sea below. Nearby, the village of Doolin has become a popular home of traditional Irish music;...
Kilkenny Medieval Town

Kilkenny Medieval Town

Ireland’s Medieval capital, Kilkenny continues its market town tradition with a variety of shops, restaurants, and historic sites. Its web of ancient streets and alleyways wind their way from the impressive castle that has been fully restored. The stables of...
Kilbeggan Distillery

Kilbeggan Distillery

Home to Ireland’s oldest licensed distillery still in operation, Kilbeggan combines Ireland’s old and new traditions in whiskey making. While self-guided tours are available, the premier Gold Tour gives you access to special areas such as the old storehouse and the...
The Rock of Dunamase

The Rock of Dunamase

This hilltop ruin of an ancient fortress overlooks the County Laois countryside. The expansive views reveal why the site was originally selected for a defensive position. The Rock of Dunamase The view from the Rock of Dunamase The Rock of...
Lismore and The Vee

Lismore and The Vee

Lismore Castle, once occupied by Fred Astaire’s sister, is not open to the public, but the stunning gardens are only one of many attractions in this charming village. Nearby Ballysaggatmore Towers were built as extravagant gatehouses to a home that was never...