Here, the small typical ports with their colourful houses are abound and, despite the influence of tourism in the summer, this coast has kept its authenticity. The East Dunmore port with its Breton influence and the port of Kinsale with its multi-coloured houses are both worth seeing. On some of the beaches, to the south of Dublin, there are pebbles instead of sand.
The east coast has numerous ports which serve as links to mainland UK.© The Irish Image Colle / age fotostock
Kinsale stretches over an inlet that cuts into the coast© The Irish Image Colle / age fotostock
Once a simple fishing village in the county of Waterford, tourism is now thriving in Dunmore East.© The Irish Image Colle / age fotostock
The typical constructions dotted along the east coast of the Emerald Isle.© Martin Siepmann / age fotostock;
Ireland is also the land of rainbows... As can be seen from this photo taken in a bay on the Atlantic!© The Irish Image Colle / age fotostock