The Republic of Ireland in north-western Europe is a beautifully scenic area of the world to explore, boasting enchanting landscapes, spectacular castles, a vibrant music scene and of course, notoriously welcoming and lively pubs and breweries…
The Republic of Ireland in north-western Europe is a beautifully scenic area of the world to explore, boasting enchanting landscapes, spectacular castles, a vibrant music scene and of course, notoriously welcoming and lively pubs and breweries…Read more
Holiday Villas & Apartments in Connaught, Ireland
5 Bedroom chateau in Ballyhenry
- 12 sleeps
- 5 bedrooms
- 5 bathrooms
4 Bedroom villa in Irichaboy South
- 8 sleeps
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
3 Bedroom villa in Valley
- 6 sleeps
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
2 Bedroom villa in Cloonbur
- 4 sleeps
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
1 Bedroom villa in The Neale
- 3 sleeps
- 1 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
Holiday villas in Ireland
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This green sovereign state is the perfect destination for a hiking, surfing, rock-climbing or mountain biking break in particular, with endless green spaces and impressive mountain ranges, including the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks in Country Kerry, home to the highest peaks in the country (over 2,000 feet).
Fill your Ireland holiday itinerary to the brim by discovering its diversity of spectacular medieval castles, strolling through its quiet beaches, sampling the authentic Irish cuisine and exploring its rich history through museums, galleries and historic sites. Your dream holiday home or apartment is waiting for you in the Travelopo portfolio!
Dublin, the Republic of Ireland’s largest and capital city, is a brilliant and vibrant area to visit, located on the eastern part of the island. Over seven million tourists visit this buzzing capital each year, with its brilliant museums, wealth of art galleries, stunning coastline and infectious live music across its cosy pubs and bars.
A visit to Dublin Castle here is a must here, located in the heart of the thriving city, off Dame Street. The 13th century castle, now a major Irish government complex, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. The Guinness Storehouse and its St. James Gate Brewery in Dublin welcomes over one million visitors each year alone, which offers a great exhibition of the 250-year-old history of Guinness.
If you dream of becoming completely immersed in the Irish culture, make sure to browse the Ireland holiday homes and apartments in and around Belfast across the Travelopo portfolio…
Of course, the Republic of Ireland boasts an exciting array of towns and cities other than its brilliant capital, including the harbour city of Galway on Ireland’s west coast. This lively city is famous for its 16th century Spanish Arch; a renowned piece of architecture standing on the left bank of the River Corrib, where the harbour city’s river meets the sea. The arch is widely thought to be an extension of Galway’s medieval city walls and features a wooden sculpture, called the Madonna of the Quays.
Cork is another popular tourist destination, just inland from Ireland’s southwest coast. Make sure to visit Cork City Gaol on a holiday to this bustling university city, a former prison and now museum, as well as Crawford Art Gallery, with its 4,000 paintings, sculptures and works. With an array of spectacular church towers, beautiful cathedrals and colourful seaside towns nearby, you won’t be short of activities on a city break to Cork. Browse the Travelopo catalogue of holiday homes and apartments in and around Cork city for an unforgettable Ireland break!
Another popular destination here is Spike Island, located in Cork Harbour, around 24 kilometres from Cork city. The island is the second largest natural harbour in the world and today offers fantastic guided tours across its 104 acres.
For the ultimate afternoon of relaxation here, check out the stunning Fitzgerald’s Park, with its pretty sculptures, fountain and museum! In fact, you’ll find a diversity of tranquil spaces across this beautifully green country, from botanical gardens to unspoilt stretches of countryside.
Why not head to the harbour city of Galway on your Ireland holiday? The city, on Ireland’s west coast, is known for its 16th century Spanish Arch; a renowned piece of architecture standing on the left bank of the River Corrib. Visit the iconic arch, which is widely thought to be an extension of Galway’s medieval city walls, and explore the Galway City Museum, beside the arch.
Limerick is a major city and brilliant destination in the south, home to a variety of fantastic attractions including Limerick City Museum, illustrating the long and varied history of the city, and the 13th century King John’s Castle.
Nature-lovers must visit Killarney National Park, located near the town of Killarney in County Kerry! The national park is the perfect base for scenic walking, hiking and cycling on your Ireland holiday, with its stunning waterfalls, islands and Ross Castle; a 15th century tower house. The park is home to the country’s tallest mountain range, the McGillycuddy’s Reeks, with its peak standing at over 3,280 feet!
The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most popular tourist attractions across the country, located at the south-western edge of the Burren region in Country Clare. The magnificent cliffs attract over million tourists each year, standing at over 200 metres at their highest point and stretching for over five miles along the Atlantic Coast.
Or why not kiss the infamous Blarney Stone on your Ireland holiday? The limestone tourist hotspot is located in the battlements of Blarney Castle, Blarney. According to legend, the stone endows its kissers with the ‘gift of the gab’, while visitors can also admire the spectacular views across the castle grounds from a great height…
Ireland’s climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean; warmest from May to mid-September with temperatures averaging between 15*C to 20*C in summer. Winters here can be cold and drizzly, with snow very rare.
From its panoramic, unspoilt landscapes to its buzzing cities, the Republic of Ireland offers the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation. Book your dream holiday home or apartment across this magnificent country with Travelopo today!
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