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...
Jim o’ the Mill

Jim o’ the Mill

Jim Ryan and his wife and daughters serve up a traditional Irish shebeen for their neighbors every Thursday evening. The night includes Irish music, storytelling, and an abundance of craic… and Guinness is among the beverages served. The unique nature of this...
Lough Derg

Lough Derg

In addition to supreme scenery, Ireland’s premiere lake hosts a variety of fishing, boating, and leisure activities. A day trip around Lough Derg provides a great experience for hikers, shoppers, and history buffs. At the southern tip of Lough Derg, the twin...
The Rock of Cashel & Athassel Priory

The Rock of Cashel & Athassel Priory

The last seat of the high kings of Munster, the Rock of Cashel is a spectacular group of medieval buildings on an outcrop of limestone. Perched above Ireland’s fertile Golden Vale, the site includes a round tower, Romanesque chapel, cathedral, and restored hall of the...
Waterford & Annestown Beach

Waterford & Annestown Beach

First produced in 1783, Waterford Crystal is known around the world for its beauty and quality. The tradition continues at the House of Waterford, a new crystal factory and visitor centre that offers intimate tours of the craftsmen at work and a stunning gift shop....