Experience Ireland | Ancient Ireland Tourism

Experience Ireland

From north to south, ancient east to the Atlantic way, enjoy a collection of sites, experiences and musings from our journeys around Ireland.

The Hill of Uisneach
The Hill of Uisneach Mythic memory can be reawakened, and at the core of our consciousness lies many ancient and[...]
Uragh Stone Circle and Lake of Gleninchaquin
Uragh Stone Circle and Lake of GleninchaquinExperience Ireland Your WayThe Beara peninsula in Counties Kerry and Cork in Ireland is[...]
When to Visit Ireland?
One of the questions many clients ask is: “What is the best time to visit Ireland?”  The simple answer is[...]
What to See Near Donegal
We really love the Midlands  because there is so much to see that many visitors often overlook.  But for a[...]
The Highest Cliffs in Ireland
Every year, millions of visitors head to Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.  But if you thought the Cliffs of Moher were[...]
Popular Pub in Mullingar
One of our favorites pubs when staying in Mullingar is Canton and Casey's, right smack in the middle of Mullingar[...]
Beyond the Setting Irish Sun
Beyond the setting sun at Irish latitudes, we find a hidden sid where Étaín waits for her alter ego Áine[...]
De Profundis Stone
Ancient Irish custom was to mark the entrance to the graveyard with a prominent marker such as a tree or[...]
Day Trip From Galway
Galway is a wonderful town with nice views, a great pub and food scene, and an overall lively place to[...]
Giant’s Causeway
The line between fantasy, myth and history are often quite fluid in Ireland. Of the many enchanting places throughout Ireland,[...]
Banba’s Crown at Malin Head
At the northernmost point of Ireland is Malin Head, where according to the proprietors we met at Farren’s Bar, Ireland’s[...]
Enchanted Lough Gur
Michael Dames, in his epic tome “Mythic Ireland“, shares quite a bit about Lough Gur. The lake is closely associated[...]