Package Holidays in Ireland

voyage Ireland

The third largest island in Europe and also known under the Emerald Isle name. Ireland is compared to a precious gem because of its mesmerizing and captivating natural beauty and lush green valleys. Irish landscapes are among the most beautiful in Europe and they seem to be the expression of the most sumptuous and romantic poetry. Writers and poets of the eighteenth century often enjoyed a trip to Ireland to write their novels and poems. From the East coast and its sandy beaches contrast with the steep terrain as of the Cliffs of Moher on the West coast. In the ocean, the Ring of Kerry is an explosion of blue and green while the landscapes of Connemara come in shades of brown. What we call the "Emerald Isle" is also home to enjoyable and lively cities such as Dublin, Cork and Galway. Between the old pubs, friendliness and modernity, makes it great to live in Ireland! A trip to Ireland is ideal for perfecting your English, to go to a spa, play golf and admire the unspoilt and wild nature. From Ireland you always come back delighted!

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Places you must visit while on holiday in Ireland

Holidays in Ireland are the opportunity to discover an island inhabited since prehistoric times. Many historical sites, castles, churches and monasteries are dotted all over the green landscape. You can also see beautiful Celtic art and objects in Irish museums. If the west of the island is more typical, all sites are worth seeing: the Giant's Causeway, Slieve League, Newgrange (attention during the winter solstice the site is only accessible by draw), Temple Bar and the Wicklow Mountains National Park are among the favorite attractions. With regards to accommodation, several options are available to the traveller wishing to spend a holiday in Ireland. The most economical user-friendly option is to stay in a manor or taking part in a homestay, allowing you to meet the Irish population at first hand. The once very conservative mentality is now more relaxed; but Ireland still remains a country of strong values ??and contrasts. The sun shines through the rain and sad ballads come out at the cliffs that are flogged by waves that can reach up to 8 metres high! Although, during the holidays, we like visit countries and bring back memories, with Ireland’s case rather it is things that are usually best left behind (Guinness, Bushmills , Black or White Pudding , a cap or an Irish sweater... ). There you go, a great reason to go back!