Honeymoon in Ireland

Perched on the northwest tip of Europe, this is the one place in the world where even time getting lost will be worthwhile...

With ancient myths and legends to uncover, amazing landscapes to explore and locals who will be more than happy to reveal our hidden gems, just go where the island of Ireland takes you. Guaranteed, you'll return home with memories that will last a lifetime.

Ireland's landscapes

With bizarre lunar landscapes, the mighty Atlantic Ocean, labyrinthine caves and crystal clear waterways, Ireland's diverse landscapes will take your breath away.

irelandOur coastal beauty is the stuff of legends, with shorelines trimmed by golden sands and rocky outcrops. Inland, the lakelands and rural idylls are equally as varied as they are tranquil. You see, it's not just green on our island, it's much, much more than that...

History and Heritage

The island of Ireland's history dates back as far as 6000BC! And a lot has happened in between!

From invasions by Neolithic tribes and St Patrick spreading Christianty to the great diaspora ensuring Ireland's heritage has spread across the globe, our past has truly paved the way for an optimistic and buoyant future...

irelandPeople and Culture

The Irish culture has taken thousands of years to develop, so cherish every moment of your cultural discovery.

A literary lot with a real passion for music, dance and, of course, conversation, if there's more than two people in a room, then there's more than enough to have a good time.

Cities of Ireland

As well as being hip, vibrant and cosmopolitan, Ireland’s 11 urban hubs are perfectly formed – not too big to be overwhelming, and not so small that you can see it all in a day!

From Belfast, Londonderry, Newry, Lisburn and Armagh, to Dublin, Galway, Cork, Kilkenny, Waterford and Limerick, every city in Ireland packs a punch with its own unique cultural flavor.

Experience Ireland

This wonderful island is packed with events all year round and even boasts stunning landscapes providing the ultimate backdrop to any occasion. Experience Ireland just a little bit here before you join us for real!

Lakelands Experience

Soak up the atmosphere of one of Ireland’s most peaceful and relaxing areas, where the pace of life is slow and a powerful beauty surrounds you.

Discover freedom and relaxation.

Priding itself on its beautiful vistas, laid-back atmosphere, fascinating history, ancient monuments and a strong sense of culture and community, the Lakelands leaves you free to explore at will. Meandering around the waterways, you can’t fail to be enchanted by the charming villages dotted along vast stretches of water; mysterious islands rising out of quiet lakes; stunningly beautiful and utterly unspoiled landscapes that seem to exist in a haze of tranquility, and lively towns that are buzzing with excellent places to eat, drink, visit and stay. The Lakelands region incorporates parts of the following counties: Fermanagh, Tyrone, Cavan, Monaghan, Sligo East, Leitrim South, Galway East, Roscommon, Laois West, Westmeath, Longford, Offaly, Tipperary North, Clare East, Limerick...

The waterways

Get to know the varied waterways of Ireland around the majestic Shannon-Erne Waterway and the unspoiled beauty of the pretty villages that lie between.

What to see and do

This beautiful area boasts an eclectic mix of events and festivals throughout the year, but the last few months of the year warms the heart and soul with the huge variety of events to choose from.


dublinWith its mix of urban cool, lush parkland, sweeping coastline and hip designer boutiques, Dublin pulsates with energy while still retaining a warm, laid-back atmosphere.

One of Europe’s most thrilling capitals, it offers all you could want for a city break with history, culture and more pubs than you’ll know what to do with.

From modern art to music festivals, Dublin has the cream of the cultural scene.

Abbey Theatre. Internationally renowned and dating back over 90 years, the Abbey is Ireland’s national theatre and stages works by esteemed Irish playwrights including Yeats, Synge, O'Casey, Beckett, Behan, and Tony Award-winner Hugh Leonard.

Architecture. Dublin has a wealth of unspoilt Georgian terraces and squares and vibrant street life. Merrion and Fitzwilliam Squares are of particular quality, as are Trinity College, the National Gallery of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland.

ireland_shoppingFind out why Dublin is one of Europe’s top shopping destinations

Arts and Crafts. If you’re after modern Irish design, then try Whichcraft in Old City, Temple Bar, for a mix of Irish art and jewellery. Kilkenny shop is also a fantastic spot for Irish homeware and design, with pottery and glassware alongside jewellery and clothing.

Capital of Style. Part of Dublin’s charm lies is its excellent selection of hip boutiques with eclectic designer names giving each a highly individual feel. Delve into the Design Centre in the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, which previously stocked exclusively Irish names but now carries a mix of emerging and established Irish and international talent.

Traditional culture

If you adore a gentle walk through manicured gardens with flowers that bloom in all the colours of the rainbow, then you’ll adore the heritage homes and gardens in this region.

Irish Food

Food, glorious food

Farm fresh spring lamb flavoured with fresh rosemary, smoked Irish salmon served with Connemara Peated Single Malt Whiskey, black pudding lauded by La Confrérie des Chevaliers du Goûte Boudin from Normandy, France…if you really want to get up close and personal with Ireland, you need to savour her food.

ireland_foodNo slaving over a hot stove and no wash up, now there are two great reasons to treat yourself to a nice meal out. And what about having the time to pick and choose from a fine menu or luxuriate over a nice glass of wine or a soothing coffee?

If you still need persuasion, might we tempt you with sizzling black west coast mussels with shallots, garlic, herbs, fresh lemon and butter? Or home smoked chicken breast mildly spiced with coriander, star anise, cinnamon and peppercorns served with a scallion risotto and cucumber salad?

These are just some of the dishes on offer at some of Ireland’s top-class restaurants. And there are many more of these mouth-watering temptations made from the highest-quality fresh local ingredients.


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