One of the greatest wonders to see is Slieve League, which is the country’s highest sea-cliffs and only accessible after completing a drive along a winding coastal road. This is a completely unspoiled region that offers stunning coastline scenery. The country’s coastline stretches for nearly 9000 miles which gives tourist a natural feast of attractions to explore. Many of the appealing attractions include the inland waterways, rural bog lands, pebbly beaches and vast mountains.
Ireland has a very rich history that makes it an ideal destination for the historians. Much of the history dates to prehistoric times, which includes plenty of ancient sites, magnificent houses and museums. A visit to Country Meath is great for those interested in archaeological sites. Plus, there are many castles to be seen across the country with many restored to their past glory. Additionally, there are plenty of arts and historical centres that can be visited to get a better appreciation of the local heritage.
Food and Drink
Tasting the traditional food and beverages on a holiday in Ireland is certain to help get a true appreciation of the country. Potato cakes, Irish stews, Irish coffee, Irish whiskey and Guinness are just a few of the great things to taste while on the travels. Many of the meals are home cooked and simple which should appeal to even the most difficult to please eaters.