Sea stacks, basking sharks, dolphins and rock -climbing – just a quick glimpse into the very many cool things about Co. Donegal.
The counties of Ireland are scattered with more than 3,000 holy wells, each attached to their own saints, legends, and healing properties.
These superstitions have been circling for decades, and are famously observed by even the most cynical of students. Have we left any out?
You never forget the first time you visit Ireland.
An Irishman visits Belfast for the first time.
The weather outside may be frightful and spring feels like its months away, but forget the rain, the wind and the damp. We’ll have you smiling in no time.
Humpback whales are infrequently seen off the Irish coast but this is thought to be almost certainly the first sighting in 2017
Top County Clare tourist attraction sees 14 percent increase with 1,427,166 visitors.
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The Long Hall and Book of Kells aside, there are some lesser known, yet equally fascinating nooks the ancient college is hiding.
Golf courses, scenic views, and historic sites make this Co Kerry town an ideal place to retire.
The wave, the largest ever registered in the world, was taller than a six-story building.
The Cliffs of Moher and a friendly neighborhood donkey are among some of the greatest images to have come out of Ireland this year.
New strategy includes plans for an all-island whiskey trail, the growth of Irish whiskey distilleries and visitor centers and embassies.
Drone footage of the Knockmealdown Mountains, in County Tipperary covered in rhododendrons will stop you in your tracks.
“This can be a pretty amazing time around the city. So we wanted to capture some footage of it with a pre-Christmas vibe.”
With its family-oriented culture and the legendary friendliness of its people, Ireland for the holidays is one of the most rewarding decisions you could ever make.
Celebrate the start of 2017 in Ireland's capital city.
Photographer's amazing shots of the Northern Lights and Milky Way give a glimpse of the celestial disco that is Ireland’s night skies.
Congratulations are in order! Donegal tops National Geographic’s “Cool List” for 2017. Here’s why.
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Dublin still bears the scars of the 1916 Easter Rising battle almost 100 years later
Ireland’s forgotten famine of 1925 – Irish government covered up calamity
Is American television anti-Irish?
In her 280-year-old thatched cottage an Irish pensioner is content
The ancient Irish holy wells of Saint Patrick
Millionaire offered $8 million to buy Apollo House for homeless squatters
Sinn Fein likely to poll well as Northern Irish election set for March 2nd
Trump “couldn’t care less” about his Irish golf course
Why Donegal is National Geographic’s Coolest Place in the World
Rory McIlroy doesn’t know the words to the Irish or British national anthems
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