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  1. Ardara is a great touring base for you to discover the beautiful North West.
  2. Ardara is a hub of tweed and woolen production. (Web site)
  3. Ardara is a picturesque little town surrounded by some of Donegal's most beautiful countryside. (Web site)
  4. Ardara is a small town with roughly over 2,000 in population.
  5. Ardara is an excellent place to buy Aran sweaters, sometimes at half the price you'll find further south.


  1. Ardee is a town of great historical interest, Ardee Castle (St. Leger's) is the largest fortified medieval tower house in Ireland and perhaps in Europe.
  2. Ardee is an ancient, but busy marketing town on the River Dee, near the Meath border. (Web site)
  3. Ardee was in it.


  1. Ardfert is a pleasant village offering restaurants, pubs, live music venues, a post office, a new medical centre, pharmacy, school and several shops.
  2. Ardfert is a parish in the barony of Clanmaurice , County Kerry, Ireland.
  3. Ardfert is a small village steep in history with many imposing monuments. (Web site)
  4. Ardfert is the home of the Ardfert Cathedral and the birth place of St. Brendan the Navigator.

Ashford Castle

  1. Ashford Castle is a fantastic place to stay but you should consider Adare Manor as another option.
  2. Ashford Castle is a medieval castle near Cong in County Mayo on the shore of Lough Corrib. (Web site)
  3. Ashford Castle is a member of the prestigious Relais et Chateaux group.
  4. Ashford Castle was built over a period of 30 years by Lord Ardilaun in the 19th Century.


  1. Ballinskelligs is a Gaeltacht (where Irish is spoken) situated just off the Ring of Kerry road, between Caherciveen and Waterville on the Iveragh Peninsula.
  2. Ballinskelligs is a Gaeltacht (where Irish is spoken) situated just off the Ring of Kerry road, between Killarney & Kenmare on the Iveragh Peninsula.
  3. Ballinskelligs is a Gaeltacht (where Irish is spoken) situated just off the Ring of Kerry road, between Killarney & Kenmare on the Iveragh Peninsula.
  4. Ballinskelligs is a beautiful town in the West of Kerry.
  5. Ballinskelligs is a seaside resort on the edge of Ballinskelligs Bay. (Web site)


  1. Ballybunion is a beautiful seaside village situated at the mouth of the Shannon.
  2. Ballybunion is a course on which many golf architects should live and play before they build a golf course.
  3. Ballybunion is a petite delightful seaside resort with astonishing golden sandy beaches and a dramatic coastline.
  4. Ballybunion is a place of giant sand hills and deep valleys. (Web site)
  5. Ballybunion is a place of giant sandhills and deep valleys. (Web site)


  1. Ballyhaunis is a busy town set in the East Mayo landscape of grassy fields, lakes, and wild bog.
  2. Ballyhaunis is a bustling market town situated about a half an hour's drive from Knock International Airport in the centre of the West of Ireland.
  3. Ballyhaunis is a busy industrial and commercial town, 17 km north -east of Claremorris.
  4. Ballyhaunis is a busy town set in the East Mayo landscape of grassy fields, lake s, and wild bog . (Web site)
  5. Ballyhaunis is a busy town which is situated amidst a patchwork of green fields, lakes, wild bog and beautiful country lanes.


  1. Ballyvaughan is a close-by harbour village.
  2. Ballyvaughan is a good location from which to visit the spectacular lunar landscape of the Burren.
  3. Ballyvaughan is a local angling centre, with boat and equitement hire are available.
  4. Ballyvaughan is a perfect base for touring the Burren, the Cliffs of Mohir, Galway, Connemara and the Aran Islands We are about 60 minutes from Galway city. (Web site)
  5. Ballyvaughan is a picturesque village nestling on the southern shore of Galway Bay.


  1. Banagher is a beautiful town on the River Shannon.
  2. Banagher is a good base for exploring Clara Bog, a vast and relatively unspoiled tract of raised bog.
  3. Banagher is a largely undiscovered holiday region, ideally situated by the river.
  4. Banagher is a picturesque town on the east bank of a Shannon crossing.
  5. Banagher is a small tourist town on the Shannon. (Web site)

Beara Peninsula

  1. The Beara Peninsula is a wild and rugged place which emanates beauty from every corner.
  2. Beara Peninsula is the southernmost of the main peninsulas on the south-west coast.
  3. The Beara Peninsula is a must for the discerning shore Angler to discover. (Web site)
  4. The Beara Peninsula is one of the featured areas of the new multimedia CD-ROM A jaunt Round Ireland.
  5. The Beara Peninsula is the largest and most dramatic of West Cork's 3 peninsulas.


  1. Buncrana is a fast growing town on the eastern shore of Lough Swilly.
  2. Buncrana is a nice town with a nice beach.
  3. Buncrana is a popular seaside resort on the east side of Lough Swilly. (Web site)
  4. Buncrana is a seaside resort on the east shore of Lough Swilly.
  5. Buncrana is a thriving business and holiday town. (Web site)


  1. Bundoran is a beautiful area by the beach, but unfortunatly I find it a little dirty sometimes.
  2. Bundoran is a chief stop off for tourists in the region although small towns such as Moville have a lot to offer. (Web site)
  3. Bundoran is a great family destination where there’s plenty for children to do and no visit is complete without a trip to Waterworld (seasonal).
  4. Bundoran is a great family destination where there’s plenty for children to do and no visit is complete without a trip to Waterworld (seasonal).
  5. Bundoran is a great touring base for exploring beautifully unspoilt County Donegal. (Web site)


  1. Cahersiveen is a popular spot for nightlife, where you are likely to find a lively traditional music session in any one of the local pubs. (Web site)
  2. Cahersiveen is a large enough town that there were a some dining options.
  3. Cahersiveen is a small city located on the Ring of Kerry in the Southwest part of Ireland.
  4. Cahersiveen is a small town at the foot of the Benetee mountain on the River Feale, overlooking Valencia Harbour. (Web site)
  5. Cahersiveen is a town in County Kerry. (Web site)


  1. Cahir is a charming and picturesque town on the banks of the River Suir in the south of County Tipperary.
  2. Cahir is a historic town with a great many things to do and see.
  3. Cahir is a little town where there is a really nice castle.
  4. Cahir is a market town located in the county of Tipperary, in the south of Ireland. (Web site)
  5. Cahir is a small heritage town enjoying good facilities in a compact shopping precinct centred on its historic Square adjacent to Castle Street.

Cahir Castle

  1. Cahir Castle is a 15th century Butler stronghold. (Web site)
  2. Cahir Castle is a fascinating site consisting of three main areas, each representing a different phase in its history. (Web site)
  3. Cahir Castle is a great 15th-century Butler castle near the town centre of Cahir.
  4. Cahir Castle is a must see for any visitors.
  5. Cahir Castle is a typical example of a Norman stronghold. (Web site)

Carlingford Lough

  1. Carlingford Lough is a small embayment on the Irish east coast, forming part of the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (Fig. (Web site)
  2. Carlingford Lough is a popular venue for sea angling and yachting .
  3. Carlingford Lough is a popular venue for sea angling and yacht ing.
  4. Carlingford Lough is a unique angling venue.
  5. Carlingford Lough is a unique sea angling venue. (Web site)


  1. CastleBar is a powerful yet simple toolbar menu to allow you to quickly launch applications or open folders.
  2. Castlebar is a bustling shopping town.
  3. Castlebar is a good location for planned walking routes.
  4. Castlebar is a newly laid out golf course and is a Par 72.
  5. Castlebar is the administrative capital of Co. (Web site)


  1. Castleisland was described by one of its most famous citizens, Con Houlihan, as 'Not so much a town as a street between two fields'. (Web site)
  2. Castleisland is a further 15 miles, bear left N23.
  3. Castleisland is a thriving market town with one of the widest main streets in Ireland.
  4. Castleisland is an ideal holiday base to tour the splendid countryside of Kerry, which is synonymous with beauty.
  5. Castleisland was named from the norman times.


  1. Castletroy is a middle-class suburb of Limerick, Ireland.
  2. Castletroy is a rapidly-growing, and predominantly middle-class suburb of Limerick, Ireland.
  3. Castletroy is an increasingly popular location and is home to the University Arena and the large University Concert Hall. (Web site)
  4. Castletroy is one of the fastest-growing residential area in Ireland. (Web site)
  5. Castletroy is one of the fastest-growing residential areas in Ireland and has now completely engulfed the village of Annacotty and Monaleen. (Web site)

Clew Bay

  1. Clew Bay is a lot easier to navigate through outlying areas.
  2. Clew Bay is a mage.
  3. Clew Bay is an ideal location for sailing. (Web site)
  4. Clew Bay was the focus of the O'Malley family possessions in the Middle Ages, and is associated especially with Grace O'Malley .
  5. Clew bay is a five minute walk as is Westport Town with its many pubs, shops and restaurants. (Web site)


  1. Cleggan is a small fishing village in the west coast of Ireland.
  2. Cleggan is a beautiful fishing village surrounded by bog, it has a harbour for visiting the islands of Inishturk and Inisbofin. (Web site)
  3. Cleggan is a charming coastal village which is now the centre of north Connemara's fishing industry.
  4. Cleggan is a fishing village and also the port of call for the Inish bofin ferry. (Web site)
  5. Cleggan is a fishing village and is the ferry point for trips to inishbofin.

Cliffs of Moher

  1. Cliffs of Moher is a main tourist destination in Ireland. (Web site)
  2. Cliffs of Moher are located at the south-western edge of The Burren area near Doolin.
  3. Cliffs of Moher are one of the most outstanding coastal features of Ireland. (Web site)
  4. The Cliffs of Moher - A visit to the Cliffs of Moher is a must.
  5. The Cliffs of Moher are 20 minutes away.

County Waterford

  1. County Waterford is a county in the province of Munster on the south coast of Ireland. (Web site)
  2. County Waterford is a county on the south coast of Ireland.
  3. County Waterford is a maritime county and boasts a large fishing fleet.
  4. County Waterford is a maritime county with no part of it being more than twenty five miles (40 km) from the sea. (Web site)
  5. County Waterford is a maritime county with no part of it being more than twenty five miles from the sea.


  1. Crossmolina is a picuresque town near Ballina in County Mayo - West of Ireland.
  2. Crossmolina is a perfect place to come and relax. (Web site)
  3. Crossmolina is a relatively small town in County Mayo, in the West of Ireland. (Web site)
  4. Crossmolina is a small picturesque town on the River Deel, 13 km west of Ballina and less than 1.5 km from Lough Conn.
  5. Crossmolina is a small town located in Mayo, in the North West of Ireland.


  1. DINGLE IS ONE of the most favoured spots in Ireland for the independently minded visitor.
  2. Dingle is a Gaelic speaking region.
  3. Dingle is a Gaeltacht , which is an area where the population's first language is Irish . (Web site)
  4. Dingle is a Irish speaking fishing port, and is home to Ireland's most famous dolphin "Fungie".
  5. Dingle is a busy small town with plenty of restaurants, musical pubs, trawlers tied up with yachts and some beautiful surrounding countryside. (Web site)

Dingle Bay

  1. Dingle Bay is a bay located in western Ireland , in County Kerry . (Web site)
  2. Dingle Bay is a bay located in western The harbour town of Dingle lies on the north side of the bay.
  3. Dingle Bay is a must, to see Fungi the dolphin in natural surroundings.
  4. Dingle Bay is a superb sailing area with many sheltered anchorages, magnificent scenery and interesting islands.

Dingle Peninsula

  1. Dingle Peninsula is the most northerly of the mountainous headlands of Kerry in Ireland.
  2. The Dingle Peninsula is a Gaelic-speaking area and is rich in historic sites with striking scenery. (Web site)
  3. The Dingle Peninsula is a beautiful place with a lot of history and character.
  4. The Dingle Peninsula is a great place to observe birdlife. (Web site)
  5. The Dingle Peninsula is a kind of paradise for walkers. (Web site)


  1. Dromcolliher is a small Irish town towards the west of County Limerick.
  2. Dromcolliher is a large-ish Irish town towards the west of County Limerick.
  3. Dromcolliher is the version adopted by the Ordanance Survey, and Postal authorities.
  4. Dromcolliher was the starting point for the Irish Co-Op Movement, with the first Co-Operative creamery being set up here in 1889. (Web site)


  1. Lahinch is a famous holiday centre in Ireland as it has a beautiful beach and an excellent golf course. (Web site)
  2. Lahinch is a popular spot for surfing, with equipment hire available locally.
  3. Lahinch is an ideal location for touring North Clare, Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the Aran Islands.
  4. Lahinch is one of Ireland’s better surfing beaches and a number of surf schools operate in the town.
  5. Lahinch is the anglicised form of Leath Inse and not related to Leacht U-- Chonchubhair.


  1. Lisdoonvarna is a lively town and really comes to life for matchmaking festival in September.
  2. Lisdoonvarna is a quaint village best known for its annual traditional Matchmaking festival.
  3. Lisdoonvarna is a spa town of 800 people in County Clare. (Web site)
  4. Lisdoonvarna is a spa town with mineral and seaweed baths available during the summer months. (Web site)

Muckross House

  1. Muckross House is a magnificent Victorian Mansion and one of Ireland-s leading stately homes.
  2. Muckross House is a 19th Century Tudor mansion that exhibits the furniture, fittings and jewellery of that time.
  3. Muckross House is a beautifully situated base from which to explore the wonderful sights and scenery of Killarney. (Web site)
  4. Muckross House is a magnificent Victorian mansion, which was built in 1843 and is surrounded by Killarney National Park.
  5. Muckross House is one of the finest country homes in the country, rich in art, history, antiques and gardens. (Web site)


  1. Roscommon is a bustling market town with much to offer visitors. (Web site)
  2. Roscommon is a county of fertile farmland, undulating hillsides, quiet country lanes and silver lakes. (Web site)
  3. Roscommon is a luxury development of 5 bedroom detached and 4 bedroom semi-detached homes.
  4. Roscommon is a rich agricultural county of pastureland and rolling hills.
  5. Roscommon is a small county town located in Co. (Web site)


  1. Sligo is a county in the Connacht province of Ireland, on the Atlantic Ocean. (Web site)
  2. SLIGO was shocked by the last week-s private sale of Lissedell House.
  3. Sligo is a borough located in Clarion County, Pennsylvania.
  4. Sligo is a busy market town on the short River Garavogue which drains Lough Gill into the sea. (Web site)
  5. Sligo is a county of extraordinary beauty and vivid contrast in its lakes and forests, mountains and rivers.


  1. Tipperary is a large and beautiful county situated in the mid-west of Ireland.
  2. Tipperary - the 18th-hole golf course and the main building of the hotel.
  3. Tipperary is a rich inland county on the great plain of the Golden Vale.
  4. Tipperary is a town in the south-west of County Tipperary with a population of c.5,000 within the urban environs. (Web site)
  5. Tipperary is also only a short drive from Shannon International Airport, in Clare.


  1. Abbeydorney ( Mainistir -- dTorna in Irish) is a village in County Kerry in the Republic of Ireland.
  2. In the R. C. divisions it is partly in the union or district of Abbeydorney, but chiefly in that of Lixnaw.
  3. Dingle and Abbeydorney served a very good game of hurling at Caherslee on Monday Last. (Web site)


  1. Abbeylara is a populated place in An Longfort, which is a region of Ireland.
  2. Abbeylara is a sleepy little village.


  1. Achillbeg was again considered in 1871, 1873 and 1909, but eventually it was decided to refurbish the Clare Island light.
  2. Achillbeg was mentioned at that time as a suitable alternative but nothing was actually done as sanction was not forthcoming from Trinity House.
  3. A helicopter landing pad for Achillbeg Lighthouse was built in 1998.

Achill Sound

  1. Achill Sound is a good centre for exploring the less frequented southern tip of the island.


  1. Achonry is one of the most Catholic dioceses in the world. (Web site)


  1. Aclare is a village in County Sligo, Republic of Ireland, and the main village in the parish of Tourlestrane.


  1. Adare is a beautiful village in Limerick. (Web site)
  2. Adare is a favoured wedding location for couples from all over the world.
  3. Adare is a great base for sporting activities including equestrian holidays, golf and fishing.
  4. Adare is a major tourist destination with many tours of Ireland's south-west stopping off in the village.
  5. Adare is a model estate village dating from the time of the Norman conquest.


  1. Aghadoe is a large townland overlooking the town and lakes of Killarney in Ireland.
  2. Aghadoe is a special hotel.
  3. Aghadoe is a wonderful place to sit back and relax and have a treatment in the Aveda Spa.


  1. Aidhne was married to Breac .


  1. When Ith heard that, he went with his son and with two-thirds of his people to Ailech. (Web site)
  2. Ailech, Ailech Frigrenn, A. Néit; ¶ Conaing, rí ós Bregmaig, slain by Aed Allan in the gateway of A. Rigrend al.
  3. It may safely be said that the ailech a' Naoimh (the mounds of the saints) of Brendan was the same as the Ii Naomha (Hinba, Holy Island) of Adamnan. (Web site)


  1. Annascaul is a beautiful village with its nearby lake, in a striking boulder scattered coum. (Web site)
  2. Annascaul is a small, muddy village, halfway between the county town of Tralee and the bright lights of smart Dingle.
  3. Annascaul is a tiny traditional Irish village in G lic speaking County Kerry. (Web site)
  4. Annascaul is a tiny traditional Irish village in Gaelic speaking County Kerry.
  5. Annascaul is a walker's paradise. (Web site)


  1. Ardcath; the height of the battle (cath).
  2. The mound is situated on a ridge between Newgrange and Fourknocks in Balgeeth, Ardcath, Co. (Web site)

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