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Steeped in beauty and magical folklore, Ireland makes for a perfect holiday destination full of fun.
Stay at home and go on holidays in Ireland this year. From the bright lights and fair heart of Dublin to the breathtaking scenery of Cork and Galway, there is no country in the world that compares to Ireland.
Ireland holidays can deliver more than simply sunbathing on the beach: Ireland is an adrenaline-fuelled playground for adventure seekers and this all starts on the windswept coast. Bundoran Beach once held the world championships and since then surfers flock to the shores in search of riding The Peak. One of the best breaks in Ireland can be found on Bundoran and the long stretch of beach is nothing short of spectacular.
Heavenly Cove, also known as Rossnowlagh, is another ideal spot not only for surfers but for water sports enthusiasts of all varieties. This long sweeping beach provides an ideal spot for swimming and sunbathing on Ireland's glory days and is also a little off the beaten track.
Murvagh Beach on the north-west coast of Ireland is a haven for families who want to enjoy the pleasure of the beach without the worry. Warm waters, shallow sandbanks and miles of sun-soaked dunes and gorgeous woodlands make this beach an ideal choice for exploring.
One of the main reasons to choose Ireland holidays is to experience Mother Nature at her very best. The Emerald Isle is awash with deep green colours, craggy mountain tops, mysterious woodlands and pebbled beaches. Those travellers who love to explore the great outdoors will adore Ireland and particularly the Giant's Causeway in Country Antrim.
If you want to leave nature behind and get back to the bright city lights, then Dublin is a must see for visitors on holiday in Ireland. As lively as they come and with plenty of Guinness flowing, Dublin is one of the most loved cities in the world. Not only can you spend your time perusing the pubs, but with fabulous shopping, first-rate museums and glorious art galleries you can also soak up a little Irish culture and heritage.
Newgrange boasts a prehistoric site older than both Stonehenge and the pyramids in Egypt. In the unassuming yet dramatic Boyne Valley you can explore the ancient passage tombs that lie beneath the earth. Winter solstice makes for a popular time to visit Newgrange as the cold summer sun hits the tomb at a spectacular angle and illuminates the hide chamber.
So stay closer to home this year and explore what Ireland has to offer.
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