Steeped in history, reminders of Limericks prominent Medieval past is still evident among the old city walls and famous landmarks in the old quarter. Experience the magic of Limerick’s Milk Market or delve back to prehistoric times at Lough Gur’s stone age settlement which outdates the pyramids.
Galway has so much to offer, it's hard to know where to start. Time a lively city break around one of Galway's many fesitivals, explore stunning scenic landsapes and ramble around it's many quaint villages or seek out action packed adventure from challenge rooms to horse riding, paning for gold, zipwires and more.
A fantastic destination for motorhomers, Cavan was formerly known as the kingdom of Breifne. It has wealth of heritage sites and stunning scenery to explore, so get ready to marvel at Lough Oughter and it’s Castle, proudly nestled on a small island in the centre of the lake.
The Banner County is vast with an impressive array of cliff faces, beaches and castle ruins dotted abundantly along its entire coast and so many hidden inland gems. Also a hot spot for surfers, music lovers & staycationers, there's no better way to explore this majestic landscape.
Part of Ireland’s Ancient East, Carlow has been a central force in early and medieval Irish ecclesiastical history. A haven for food, art and history lovers, follow the “trail of the saints”, visit the “chocolate garden of Ireland” the long standing malt and hop Carlow Brewing Company.