Experience Ireland | Ancient Ireland Tourism

Experience Ireland

From Bantry Bay, all the way north to Derry and Malin Head.  From Dublin, west to Galway and Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.  Enjoy our collection of sites, experiences and musings from our journeys around Ireland.

A Delightful Stop for Chocolate Lovers
A Delightful Stop for Chocolate LoversIf you're a chocolate lover visiting Ireland, you won't want to miss the opportunity to[...]
Favorite Irish Castles
Favorite Irish Castles From majestic ruins to extensively restored masterpieces, Ireland's beautiful and historic castles attract thousands of visitors each[...]
Visiting Ireland With Kids
Each year, millions of visitors come to Ireland to experience music, pubs, stunning landscapes, culture and rich history.  But what[...]
Beyond the Setting Irish Sun
Off The Beaten Path in Donegal Known for its stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage, Donegal is a beautiful and[...]
Dublin In a Day
When you only have enough time to see Dublin in a day, here are a few ideas that should give[...]
5 Great Day Trips From Dublin
5 Great Day Trips From DublinSeen enough of Dublin City and ready to explore the surrounding countryside?  Here are 5[...]
What to See Near Donegal
Can you guess where these pictures were taken?  Well we already gave the hint so yes, it is in County[...]
When to Visit Ireland?
Many first time visitors ask “What is the best time to visit Ireland?”  The simple answer is that it is[...]
Giant’s Causeway
The line between fantasy, myth and history are often quite fluid in Ireland. Of the many enchanting places throughout Ireland,[...]
The Hill of Uisneach
The Hill of UisneachMythic memory can be reawakened, and at the core of our consciousness lies many ancient and mythic[...]
Uragh Stone Circle and Lake of Gleninchaquin
Uragh Stone Circle and Lake of GleninchaquinThe Beara peninsula in Counties Kerry and Cork in Ireland is a path less[...]
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[...]

Ireland's B&B's offer visitors a genuinely "local" experience.