Category Archives: In Focus

A closer look at some favourite locations in Ireland.
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Slieve League

Slieve League are the highest cliffs in Europe at 601 metres (1,972 ft). Although they are not as famous as the Cliffs of Moher they are well worth a visit. The drive along the coast is well worth the trip as well as seeing the tranquil villages along the route. As you near the cliffs…
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Glencar Waterfall

[jj-ngg-jquery-slider gallery="52" html_id="about-slider" width="640" height="465" wmode="transparent" order= "sortorder" center="1" effect="random" pausetime="5000" ] Glencar Waterfall is a located close to the village of Drumcliff north of Sligo town. It is a picturesque but small waterfall that drops about 50 feet and flows into the beautiful Glencar Lough.You can walk right up alongside the waterfall and enjoy…
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Silver Strand

[jj-ngg-jquery-slider gallery="51" html_id="about-slider" width="640" height="465" wmode="transparent" order= "sortorder" center="1" effect="random" pausetime="5000" ] The west coast of ireland is dotted with golden sandy beaches. In Donegal you can find Silver Strand which is a beautiful secluded sandy cove. You can walk around the headland and then climb down the 150 or so steps to the beautiful…
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Rosses Point

[jj-ngg-jquery-slider gallery="49" html_id="about-slider" width="640" height="465" wmode="transparent" order= "sortorder" center="1" effect="random" pausetime="5000" ] Rosses Point is a picturesque coastal village in County Sligo. It was made famous by the poems of WB Yeats and painting of his brother Jack Yeats. In the distance you can see Knocknarea on one side and Ben Bulben on the other.…
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