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County Kilkenny

The Upper Paddock Biodiversity Garden, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny

After visiting magnificent Jerpoint Abbey driving through the town of Thomastown I noticed this lovely place tucked away in what is locally known as the Upper Paddock. The Upper Paddock is a biodiversity garden which is open to the public everyday from 10am – dusk. It is situated in the northeast corner of The Quay […]

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County Kilkenny
National Monument

Jerpoint Abbey, Co. Kilkenny

Ireland is dotted with several impressive ruined Cistercians abbeys like Duiske Abbey, Dunbrody Abbey, Tintern Abbey or Baltinglass Abbey. And Jerpoint Abbey is one of the most intact and most complete Irish Cistercian monasteries with remarkable stone carvings. Jerpoint Abbey is located close to the river Nore, 2.5km from the medieval town of Thomastown in […]

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County Wicklow
National Monument

Glendalough’s Monastic Sites with Round Tower, Co. Wicklow

One of Ireland’s iconic and most beautiful visitors destinations is Glendalough in County Wicklow. Glendalough in Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning “Valley of two lakes” is a glacial valley located in the Wicklow Mountains National Park. Often referred as “Ireland in a nutshell” because you can see all of Ireland’s most distinctive features in one […]

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County Wicklow

Jack White’s Inn, Co. Wicklow

After spending fab time at stunning Brittas Bay Beach, we were looking for some nice place for dinner and we found this interesting restaurant called Jack White’s Inn. Jack White’s Inn is a pub and restaurant in Ballinapark Brittas Bay, County Wicklow. It is located at famous junction 19 on N11 road, in a zone […]

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County Wicklow

Brittas Bay Beach, Co. Wicklow

County Wicklow is better known for Wicklow Mountains National Park but the county’s coastline has also some stunning beaches worth visiting. Brittas Bay is arguably one of Ireland’s most well-known beaches. Located on the east coast of the island in County Wicklow, Brittas Bay is a popular destination for holiday, with many visitors making the […]

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County Wicklow

Hero Mine and Dressing Floors, Glendasan, Co. Wicklow

During the explore of The Wicklow Mountains National Park we walked to the place called the Hero Mine and Dressing Floors, located in Glendasan valley, County Wicklow. This is an area of archeological, historical and natural heritage importance. The Wicklow Mountains have a rich mining history. Copper was mined in Avoca, and lead was mined […]

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County Wicklow

Wicklow Mountains National Park, Co. Wicklow

Wicklow Mountains National Park is a huge impressive 205-square-kilometre (51,000-acres) protected area in County Wicklow with lakes, forest and well-maintained walking trails. The magnificent Wicklow Mountains National Park is the largest of the six national parks in Ireland. It is also the only one located in the east of the country. 6 Amazing National Parks […]

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Carlow Attractions
Historic Houses

Lisnavagh House

Lisnavagh Estate is the estate of 800 acres of parkland, woods and farmland which lies outside the village of Rathvilly in County Carlow. Situated on the County Carlow and County Wicklow border about an hour or so from Dublin, Lisnavagh Estate are striking panoramic views of the Wicklow Hills, Blackstairs Mountains and Mount Leinster. Lisnavagh […]

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County Wicklow
National Monument

The Ring of the Rath, Co. Wicklow

Rathgall Hillfort or Ring of the Rath is a large multivallate hill fort in County Wicklow. Located near the Shillelagh village, about 6 km east of Tullow in County Carlow and only 3 minutes drive from Rathwood. It is one of the largest and most impressive stone hillforts in Ireland. It is called Rathgall but […]

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Carlow Attractions
Parks and Forests
Shopping

Rathwood

Located just outside of Tullow on the border of County Carlow and County Wicklow, Rathwood is a great place to visit. Rathwood was established in 1994 as a family run furniture store. Today Ratwood is a multi award winning family run facility with shops, a garden centre, reastaurants, woodland walks, and a children’s play centre. […]

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County Kildare
National Monument

Castledermot Friary, Co. Kildare

The small town of Castledermot in County Kildare was originally called ‘Diseart Diarmad’; meaning ‘Dermot’s Hermitage’. This was once a very important ecclesiastical center and there are many fine ruins in the area. These include the remains of a Round Tower and High Crosses, an Abbey – a Franciscan Friary and Kilkea Castle is also […]

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County Wicklow

St. Joseph’s Church Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow

After visiting Baltinglass Abbey I went to see a majestic granite Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church. This church is located on main street on Weaver’s Square, in Baltinglass town, County Wicklow. It amazed that a small country town like Baltinglass were able to raise such lavish church building. It is well worth to visit inside. The […]

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County Wicklow
National Monument

Baltinglass Abbey, Co. Wicklow

Baltinglass is a town in south-west County Wicklow, located on the River Slaney near the border with County Carlow and County Kildare, on the N81 road. When I was passing through Baltinglass I always admired the view of the surrounding hills of the area –Baltinglass Hills, Baltinglass Abbey and St Mary’s Church – Baltinglass Church […]

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County Wexford

Our Lady’s Island, Co. Wexford

My colleague recommended me to visit this special place called Our Lady’s Island, nestling in the most south-easterly corner of Ireland, and ten miles from Wexford Town, near Rosslare in County Wexford. The day was rainy but when we arrived to Our Lady’s Island it was beautiful sunny there. I was delighted by fabulous and […]

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