On a sunny summers day, youll see cyclists, hikers and bikers passing through. Close by are the delights of Glendalough a 6th century monastic settlement and the stunning scenery of the Wicklow Mountain National Park. With just enough cafes, pubs and restaurants to cater for everyone, a visit to Laragh wont see you go hungry or thirsty!
Bantry is a pivotal town in Irish history. It was from this region that early Christian saint and explorer St Brendan set forth.
In the 18th century, Wolfe Tone landed here with French forces to lead a doomed rebellion. Bantry House is still in the hands of the family who built it - way back in ! Wander the lovely gardens, breathe the pure air and sample some homemade Irish cooking.
And perhaps a little eating and drinking. Lahinch is also spiritual home to the country's outdoor scene. Surfers will be delighted to find a perfect beach break lapping on this funky little town. Ballyvaughan boasts 1 pub for every 37 people, placing it firmly in the top ten most bars per capita towns in Ireland. But Ballyvaughan has so much more than pubs.
Its the the perfect location to watch the sun set over Galway bay, enjoy great restaurants and sample O'Loclainn's, one of Irelands finest drinking holes. Named after an 18th century smuggler the notorious Captain Theobold Magee - Portmagee has surprises aplenty up its sleeve. Aside from the picture perfect brightly coloured cottages and seaside location, Portmagee is the starting point for a cruise around Irelands island treasures - the Skelligs.
And thats not all. A short hop across the water from one of the most charming villages in Ireland brings you to stunning Valentia Island. As the name suggests, Carrick-on-Shannon is perfectly located on Irelands longest river, the Shannon. Itching for some angling? There are almost 40 lakes locally where you can sample world class fishing. Neatly tucked away in the wilds of West Cork, Glengarriff is probably Irelands best kept secret.
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