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Fanad Head Lighthouse, Fanad Head. County Donegal 1817

Voted one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world Standing between idyllic Lough Swilly and sandy Mulroy Bay, Fanad Head Lighthouse has been voted one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. It is one of 70 lighthouses operated by the Commissioners [...]

St Michael’s Church, Creeslough. County Donegal 1971

St. Michael’s Church in Creeslough was designed in 1971 by the renowned Irish architect Liam McCormick. McCormick is regarded as "The father of modern church architecture in Ireland” and is one of only a handful of Irish architects to attract an international reputation. During his [...]

Parknasilla Resort & Spa Hotel, Derryquin. County Kerry 1897

The Parknasilla Resort & Spa is located on the Ring of Kerry. This stunning location at the mouth of the Kenmare River is surrounded by both tropical and indigenous vegetation and has some of the best seascapes and mountain views that Ireland has to offer. [...]

The Copper Coast UNESCO Global Geopark, County Waterford

The Copper Coast UNESCO Global Geopark and Visitor Centre is located on the South East coast of Ireland, between Tramore and Dungarvan in County Waterford. The area was declared a European Geopark in 2001 and in 2015 it became Ireland's first UNESCO Global Geopark. The [...]

Johnstown Castle, Rathaspeck, County Wexford 12th & 19th centuries

Johnstown Castle is located on the 150 acre Johnstown Castle Estate near Rathaspeck in County Wexford. The original castle was built in the late 12th century by the Esmonde family of Lincolnshire soon after the Norman invasion of Ireland. In 1649, Oliver Cromwell spent a [...]

The Maidan Tower & The Lady’s Finger, Mornington Beach. County Meath 16th century

The Maiden Tower and The Lady's Finger can be found on Morning beach in County Meath. The tower dates to the 16th century and was built as a beacon to aid sailors navigating their way up from the mouth of the River Boyne into Drogheda. [...]