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Unlike any barn you’ve ever seen before, this corkscrew tower with an external staircase is on the Castletown estate
Not the ideal tourist spot for all, but a life-changing experience for some.
Formed over 300 million years this popular tourist attraction was the site of a Viking massacre.
A living sculpture carved into the Irish landscape, where the blue of the sky meets the green of the hills.
Learn the secret behind the great taste of Irish butter along the banks of the River Lee.
Over 460 million years of geological history along the picturesque and lively coastline.
Pay a visit to Ireland’s cutest foals and take a stroll through the “Life of Man” in the Japanese Gardens.
Breath-taking vistas and flora & fauna on this special artistic retreat in West Cork.
Fancy getting away with a stroll along a white sandy, even a coral, beach on the shore of the Ocean?
Visit the only cable car in Ireland and the tallest Ogham stone in Europe, all in the Beara peninsula.
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