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Delve into the heart of the Earth at Aillwee Cave in Co. Clare

Learn more about nature and feel like an explorer at Aillwee Cave in County Clare. This is an absolute must for anyone who is in the local area and who wants to visit one of Ireland’s oldest caves. But there is more than just a cave to see here, so what else can you see here? Firstly Aillwee Cave is a fantastic place for all the family and with your tour guide you will be able to explore the...
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Flora Women’s Mini Marathon 2013, Dublin City

The Flora Women’s Mini Marathon which is held in Dublin City on the 3rd June 2013 is well known in the world of sports for being the biggest of its type in the world. It is a chance for women of all ages and abilities to try out a 10km mini marathon and race for various charities. You can either choose to run or fast walk the race and many will simply do it to prove to themselves that...
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The Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway is one of the most well known and widely recognised landmarks in Ireland and each year thousands of visitors come here to marvel at this wonder of nature. The Giant’s Causeway is a truly remarkable natural rock formation created millions of years ago by the combination of bubbling red-hot lava and the cooling action of the sea. When you arrive at the Causeway you will be...
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Top 5 Leisure Spas in Ireland

If you want pure luxury, relaxation and indulgence, then the following list of Leisure Spas is for you! Here is a collection of some of Ireland’s very best luxury leisure spas. Hillgrove Hotel and Spa is located in Monaghan and the spa is on the top floor. Here guests can enjoy a wide range of spa treatments and relax in style during their stay. You can choose from individual treatments or go...
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The National Stud & Japanese Gardens

The National Stud and Japanese Gardens are well known all over the world and are a must for anyone who visiting Ireland. The gardens themselves were first inaugurated in 1906 and were completed in 1910 and they promote calm and tranquillity to the 150,000 visitors who pass through the gates each year. In addition to the Japanese Gardens there is also St Fiachra’s Garden which celebrates the...
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Food Festivals in Ireland 2013

All the foodies out there looking for interesting food festivals this year won’t want to miss the remarkable World Irish Stew Championship. This is a celebration of the famous food that has been served in Ireland for generations, a staple meal for many and still a favourite today. During the championship, which is held in numerous locations around the country and is part of The Gathering 2013,...
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