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The 19th Century schooner Sunbeam shipwreck

Rossbeigh Beach is a Lovely beach that stretches all the way to Dingle Bay ( Dingle Bay is a bay located in County Kerry,...
Galway is known as the Cultural Heart of Ireland (Croí Cultúrtha na hÉireann) and is known for its lifestyle and numerous festivals and festivals


Galway is the capital of the county of Galway in the province of Connacht in the Republic of Ireland. It is located at the confluence...
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Dunbeg Fort

Dunbeg Fort , Dun Dun Beag - Dunbeg Castle, Dun Beg, Escape Fortress - an ancient fortress built during the Iron Age, located near...
Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Filming was shrouded in mystery, with the iconic Loop Head lighthouse closed to the public while the Jedi masters of the world of cinema worked their magic.

Loop Head

Loop Head is a cape in the northern part of the mouth of the Shannon River. It is located in the west of Clare...
The Ballybunion Golf Club finished in 11th place in 2002 on the leaderboard of the US Golf Magazine.


Ballybunion or Ballybunnion Ballybunion is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the country on the coast of County Kerry  on the Wild Atlantic...
The most interesting of this place are the views of the cliffs. Walking along with them, or simply sitting while listening to the sea breeze or watching the waves break on the coast,

Mizen Head

Cape Mizen Head is the most south-western and southern point of the island of Ireland, located in County Cork. It is located 3.8 km...
The island and the lighthouse are now famous because they are a major crossing point of the Fastnet Race, a well-known sailing race

Fastnet Rock Lighthouse

Fastnet Rock is a small island in the Atlantic Ocean on the southernmost point off Ireland's coast. It is located 6.5 km southwest of...

Slea Head

Slea Head  is a cape in South Kerry County, Ireland.  it is located on the west end of the Dingle Peninsula, which is the...

the shipwreck of MV Plassy

MV Plassy, ​​or Plassey, was a steam trawler launched in the late 1940s and named HMT Juliet in 1941. It was renamed Peterjon and...

Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher, are in the south-western limit of the region of The Burren, area also famous for its castles, caves and a...
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