Doolin has long been associated with great Irish music sessions and this tradition still lives on in the pubs in the village. The pier in Doolin is home to the ferries to the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most outstanding coastal features of Ireland and probably the best known tourist attraction. They rise south from Doolin and ascend to over 213 metres. Their sheer drop into the heaving Atlantic ocean is a haven for sea birds and the view from the top is never tiresome.
The Loop Head Peninsula was the overall winner of the competition "The best place to holiday in Ireland" by "The Irish Times" beating off 1400 entries from all over Ireland.
Connemara extends to the west of Galway and is one of the wildest and also most romantic landscapes in Ireland. It is an area of mountains, lakes and bogs with ever changing moods, patterns and colours. Connemara is ideal for all kinds of adventure holidays.
The Ring of Kerry panoramic route has long been one of the favorite sightseeing tours of Ireland. The route is starting from Killarney and leading around the Iveragh Peninsula passing through a succession of magnificent landscapes.
Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean Dingle’s coastline is renowned for its spectacular Blue Flag beaches and stunning scenery.