Louis Mulcahy Pottery is one of Ireland’s best

The last of the big potteries making all pieces exclusively in Ireland, Louis Mulcahy designs and makes each individual piece at his workshop and retail store on Dingle peninsula.

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Powerscourt Estate and Garden are popular tourist attractions in Ireland

Situated in the lavishly green Wicklow County, Powerscourt Estate encompasses a house with some of the finest 18th century interiors in Ireland and Powerscourt Gardens, often called “The Gardens of Ireland.” Since the estate is considered one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions, we didn’t want to miss it.

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Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt near Dublin appeals to all your senses

We know that Ireland is famous for its green rolling hills, scenic landscapes, colorful gardens, and ancient castles. If you put that all together, you’re probably at the Ritz-Carlton, located a half-hour drive from Dublin’s center.

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Ballinahown is the heart of Irish craft and culture

Ballinahown village is Ireland’s first “economusee—a craft or artisan based business that opens its doors to the public to provide a learning and interpretive experience for visitors.

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5 historic sites to visit on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry Ireland

If you want to experience quintessential Western Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry is the perfect place for you to visit. The area abounds with ancient and historic sites and the scenery is green and spectacular. There are sites on the Dingle Peninsula that show signs of habitation as far back as the Mesolithic Age, about 8,000 to 4,000 BC. You can access all of the historic sites mentioned here from the scenic Slea Head Drive, a must for any visit to Dingle .

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Clonmacnoise symbolizes early Irish Christianity

Sitting on outside benches of our Viking ship watching pastoral scenes of cattle and cottages, we made our way from the town of Anthlone to Clonmacnoise, a monastic site one and a half hours away.

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