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Situated in the very heart of lively Cork City the English Market opened in 1788 in the style of the covered markets found in many English cities of the day – and it has been trading ever since!
Crag Cave, County Kerry
Step into 1 million years of history and wonder at Crag Cave, Ireland’s ‘most exciting show cave’ in Castleisland, County Kerry. The Cave is renowned as one of the finest examples of a limestone cave in Ireland. Etched over time into a natural wonder, Crag Cave offers an amazing view of how a cave is formed.
With over 50 years of sea-faring experience, this family run ferry company has the largest ferry company operating between Doolin, County Clare and the Aran Islands off the Galway coast. Safe, speedy and spectacular can sum up your cruise experience with Doolin2Aran as they deliver a high standard of customer safety and satisfaction.
Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal
The sprawling Inishowen peninsula, with Lough Foyle to the east and Lough Swilly to the west, reaches just far enough out into the Atlantic to qualify as Ireland’s northernmost point: Malin Head. It is a remote, rugged, desolate and sparsely populated place. Ancient sites and ruined castles abound, conveying an evocative picture of a vibrant and unfolding past.
Dún Aonghasa Fort, Aran Islands - County Galway
Dún Aonghasa is the largest of the prehistoric stone forts on the Aran Islands. It is perched spectacularly on a 100m cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The fort consists of three terraced semi-circular stone walls surrounding an inner enclosure containing a platform and ranks among one of the most popular Irish sites - not only for tourists.