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Ireland's remote Beaches

Ireland's remote Beaches

Hidden Gems of the Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland’s beaches are considered by many as the most breath-taking in the world.

  Whether you want to surf in the wild Atlantic, picnic in the small secluded coves or walk barefoot along the seemingly endless stretches of sand and breathe in the fresh air, Ireland’s beaches can accommodate. Away from the hustle and bustle of the well-trodden seaside hotspots are beaches, described by West Cork locals as the hidden gems of the Wild Atlantic Way. If you’re keen to experience something that’s a little bit off the beaten track and secluded enough to feel truly relaxing then West Cork is what you’re looking for. Having grown up in the area I can boast some insider knowledge and have chosen, what I believe are the best four beaches in the area.

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Dublin Guinness Expierence

Dublin Guinness Expierence

One of the routes, as you travel to Dublin from the south of Ireland, takes you past the iconic St. James’ Gates of Dublin’s famous Guinness brewery.

 Adjoining, is the Guinness Storehouse, a Visitor’s Centre, which graphically details the workings of this world-famous brewery since its inception in 1759. The Storehouse Visitor’s Centre is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Ireland. On this occasion, having already recently visited the centre, we decided to continue driving to allow ourselves time to reach our city-centre accommodation, shower and change clothes in preparation for a very Irish pastime of a pub-crawl.Our first port of call, was the pub known as ‘the Brazen Head’, reputed to be Ireland’s official oldest pub, founded originally in 1198. Irrespective of its antiquity, the quality of its cuisine and beverages were excellent, and we really enjoyed the live music.

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