Leinster

Farmleigh House

by admin on December 16, 2013

in In Focus,Leinster

Farmleigh House is located in Pheonix Park, Dublin. It has a beautiful house, stables and gardens and a nice restaurant overlooking the lake. The house is used for dignatories when they visit Ireland. During the past few years Farmleigh has played host to a number of State visits including Queen Elizabeth II, the Hon. Dame …

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North Bull Island

December 13, 2013 In Focus
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North Bull Island is located north of Dublin on the way to Howth. The island attracts a lot of wildlife and is a sanctuary for wintering birds. You can take a stroll along the promenade and watch people para surfing and windsurfing off the island. There is also a links golf course on the island …

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Brownshill Dolmen

December 12, 2013 Leinster

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Cooley Peninsula

December 12, 2013 In Focus

  The Cooley Peninsula is one of Ireland’s hidden gems. It is located in outside Dundalk, County Louth on the east coast but boasts a wealth of beautiful scenery and legends. Carlingford Lough with a backdrop of the Cooley mountains has lots of walks and trails. Carlingford is a village with narrow streets and ruins …

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Glendalough

December 12, 2013 In Focus

Glendalough is located in county Wicklow. The name is derived from the gaelic Gleann Dá Loch, meaning “glen of two lakes”. There is a monastery founded by St Kevin in the 6th century and the church and ruins are still there to explore. There are also beautiful walks around the largest lough. Glendalough is part …

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Hill of Tara

December 12, 2013 In Focus

The Hill of Tara was once the “centre” of Ireland. It is an archaeological complex that runs between Navan and Dunshaughlin in County Meath, Ireland. It contains a number of ancient monuments, and, according to tradition, was the seat of the High King of Ireland. You can take a stroll around the grounds and afterwards …

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Monasterboice High Cross

August 5, 2011 In Focus

Founded in the late 5th century by Saint Buithe,  just north of Drogheda in County Louth lie the ruins of Monasterboice which was an early christian settlement. It consists of a round tower that is about 35-metres tall, and is in very good condition, although it is not possible to go inside. There is also …

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