Irish culture has spread around the world. It has influenced many, especially through literature. The island remains remarkably attractive to visitors for its stunning natural beauty and amazing scenery. Indigenous Irish culture is still visible and thriving thanks to continuing cultural traditions. Ireland has many historical architectural sites of interest from various periods. As the Romans did not conquer Ireland at any point, Greco-Roman architecture is generally not seen in Ireland. However, many Iron Age architectural landmarks exist on the island, with many exquisite examples being easily accessible to tourists.
An escorted holiday offered by Newmarket Holidays can be a very good way for travellers to explore the Emerald Isle, as such holidays cover many highlights of Ireland in a comfortable and secure fashion. Further, the company of guides can assist visitors to Ireland in better understanding the island’s unique and exciting culture as well as its landscapes. The Dingle Peninsula in south western Ireland is a place where one can find some of Ireland’s best scenery. Explore Slea Head to see the most westerly point in Europe before cruising on Lough Leane to enjoy the pleasures offered by the Killarney National Park and by the famous Killarney Lakes. In order to better understand historic Irish life, one may choose to visit Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. At this medieval site brimming with authenticity, one can explore the meticulously restored castle. An ideal journey through this region will also surely include the beautiful vistas of the Ring of Kerry.
One should also explore the various villages and idyllic port cities in the region and along the south coast of County Cork. Clonakilty, near Cork, is a small town but widely known for being the place where the famous Irish hero Michael Collins was born. One may explore the historic port of Kinsale, a fishing village and popular tourist destination.
The north of Ireland also offers travellers many pleasures. Letterkenny is one of the major towns in the region, with shopping and culinary options that draw many visitors. In Letterkenny, one will also find the remarkable cathedral of Saints Eunan and Colomba. Venturing a short distance away from Letterkenny will take travellers toLough Swilly, a beautiful glacial fjord. Also in the region is the astonishing Giant’s causeway, on County Antrim’s coast, in addition to numerous historic architectural sites.