Captivating scenery, rich history, unique vistas and a plethora of activities to engage make the beautiful island of Ireland irresistible. The destination will charm even the most intrepid traveller

From picturesque landscapes to history and culture laden cities, towns and villages, the island of Ireland is a destination that captivates. The scenery is enchanting, the culture is enriching, and the people are warm. The island of Ireland has a unique appeal, with incredible escapes and exuberant activities that can whet just about any visitor’s appetite. A round-up of some activities to engage in when in Ireland.



A wild and epic adventure


A rugged coastline shaped by time and pounding waves, the Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s epic 1,500 mile/2,500km coastal touring route. Stretching from County Donegal to County Cork, this is where you’ll find the real Ireland. Wave-riding thrill-seekers and sensitive souls alike lose their hearts to the Surf Coast, where pounding waves and poetic

Kerry; skellig Michael

silence exist side-by-side.


Right out of the movies


There is a good reason that Ireland is a star of the screen – from romantic castles to the mysterious beauty of the landscape, the island has a cinematic sense of style. Step into the stunning Atlantic island of Skellig Michael off the coast of County Kerry, which featured as Luke Skywalker’s hide-out in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Featuring more Seven Kingdoms locations than anywhere else in the world, Northern Ireland is a dream come true for Game of Thrones fans. Showcasing bewitched forests, mysterious caves, and otherworldly backdrops, a visit to these filming locations is sure to blow your mind.


Foodie’s Paradise


When it comes to food on the island of Ireland, start at the very beginning. Savour Irish flavour with simple natural produce that include artisanal cheese, fresh seafood, and exceptional beef and lamb. The Irish food scene is currently exploding with innovative restaurant concepts led by boundary pushing chefs. Dublin’s culinary sensation Heron & Grey is one such Michelin-starred restaurant that creates one of the most innovative menus in the country and is updated seasonally. Book weeks in advance to experience the incredible flavours at this exceptional foodie’s paradise.


Sports galore


A golfer’s delight, Ireland is blessed with world-class courses in some of the most spectacular locations in the world. From epic links to phenomenal championship courses, Ireland’s golfing credentials are sky-high. Follow in champion golfer Rory McIlroy’s footsteps at Royal Portrush in Antrim that is slated to host The Open in 2019.

Attend the Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown Racecourse that will set the pulse racing with top quality races over two days. Not just a racing meet, the event will combine the best of Dublin’s culture, music, fashion, food and jump racing for a jubilant celebration of Dublin.


History revisited


Step into the past at the newest luxury hotel, Titanic Hotel Belfast. Situated at the heart of Titanic Quarter, the former Harland & Wolff headquarters and Drawing Offices, it is the now world’s most authentic Titanic hotel. Visit the ‘Titanic Belfast’ – a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition that uncovers the true story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.