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The insider's guide to the Emerald Isle
Ireland needs little introduction, it is a magical place that is known around the world as the Emerald Isle due to its beautiful countryside and rugged, romantic landscapes. A place that is both mystical and steeped in history, Ireland is one of those must-visit destinations. You will find it difficult not to fall in love with its friendly people, laid-back culture & often-tragic yet fascinating history.
In Ireland, you will find hotels of all standards, an abundance of bed and breakfast establishments which are usually very friendly, quite often family-run and good value for money in addition to a superb selection of self-catering holiday homes and caravan and camp sites. There are also specialist places to stay such as historic houses and castles.
Ireland is an island in north-western Europe which has been divided politically since 1920. Most of the island is made up of Ireland. The remainder is Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom.
Aiming to compete internationally with South Africa’s Garden Route and America’s Pacific Highway, The Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism trail on the west coast, and on parts of the north and south coasts of the Republic of Ireland.
The 2,500 km (1,553 mile) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces and stretches from Malin Head in County Donegal to the Old Head of Kinsale in County Cork.
Along the route there are 157 discovery points, 1,000 attractions and more than 2,500 activities. The route was officially launched in 2014 by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring.
The island of Ireland historically consists of 32 counties, of which six, collectively known as Northern Ireland, have remained as part of the United Kingdom since the rest of Ireland gained self government in 1922. The name “Ireland” applies to the island as a whole, but in English is also the official name of the independent state (ie the 26 counties which are not part of the United Kingdom), since 1921.
A small country with a big reputation, history presents itself everywhere: from the monuments of prehistoric Ireland at Brú na Bóinne, Carrowmore in Sligo, to the fabulous ruins of Ireland’s rich monastic past at Glendalough and Clonmacnoise. Throughout your travels you will be overwhelmed by the cultural choices on offer and the many things that could keep you occupied. From a round of golf on one of Ireland’s 400 golf courses to a tour of Dublin to a day at the races, there’s plenty to do on the Emerald Isle.