5 Fun Things To Do In Ireland This Summer
June 10, 2016 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

We may have already missed the boat as far as ideal conditions are concerned for this one but a visit to the Cliffs of Moher is a must for every Irish person or Harry Potter fan. If you are close to West Clare and have never been, then it’s got to be moved up your bucket list. The breath-taking views accompanied by the sheer thrill of watching the water crash against the rocks is something that no photo can capture. As for the Harry Potter reference, the cliffs were used in the sixth movie where Harry and Dumbledore head to find the horcrux in a cave.

One for the sports fans, or even just people looking for a good laugh and a day out is Footgolf. It’s a game combining football and golf where you try and kick a football from the ground into a hole (larger than a regular golf hole) in as few shots as possible. There are Footgolf courses in both Loughrea, Galway and Howth, Dublin. Maybe even bring the boots if you’re feeling confident.

Another fair weather activity is a trip to the Blue Lagoon on the Tipperary/Clare border. If you’re looking for a swim but not feeling up to going to the beach and spending the next week washing sand out of every crevice of your body then this is the spot for you. It’s a scenic little lake and a nice spot for a quiet swim if you pick the right time to go there.

Loftus Hall on the Hook Peninsula, County Wexford is an interesting adventure. The old house which is now known as haunted by locals. With a strange and fascinating history, the tour of the house which highlights its troubled past is something for those curious about history, the supernatural or even old architecture.

June 24th to 26th, Bundoran Beach in Donegal is the only place you could possible want to be. The Sea Sessions festival is one of the best weekends in the Irish Music calendar and this year promises to be no different. If you happen to be lucky enough to know someone living there or with a mobile home, take full advantage and get yourself to this festival. Gavin James and Tinie Tempah are just two of the big names that’ll be rocking the Donegal coastline this year.

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5 Fun Things To Do In Ireland This Summer
June 10, 2016 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

We may have already missed the boat as far as ideal conditions are concerned for this one but a visit to the Cliffs of Moher is a must for every Irish person or Harry Potter fan. If you are close to West Clare and have never been, then it’s got to be moved up your bucket list. The breath-taking views accompanied by the sheer thrill of watching the water crash against the rocks is something that no photo can capture. As for the Harry Potter reference, the cliffs were used in the sixth movie where Harry and Dumbledore head to find the horcrux in a cave.

One for the sports fans, or even just people looking for a good laugh and a day out is Footgolf. It’s a game combining football and golf where you try and kick a football from the ground into a hole (larger than a regular golf hole) in as few shots as possible. There are Footgolf courses in both Loughrea, Galway and Howth, Dublin. Maybe even bring the boots if you’re feeling confident.

Another fair weather activity is a trip to the Blue Lagoon on the Tipperary/Clare border. If you’re looking for a swim but not feeling up to going to the beach and spending the next week washing sand out of every crevice of your body then this is the spot for you. It’s a scenic little lake and a nice spot for a quiet swim if you pick the right time to go there.

Loftus Hall on the Hook Peninsula, County Wexford is an interesting adventure. The old house which is now known as haunted by locals. With a strange and fascinating history, the tour of the house which highlights its troubled past is something for those curious about history, the supernatural or even old architecture.

June 24th to 26th, Bundoran Beach in Donegal is the only place you could possible want to be. The Sea Sessions festival is one of the best weekends in the Irish Music calendar and this year promises to be no different. If you happen to be lucky enough to know someone living there or with a mobile home, take full advantage and get yourself to this festival. Gavin James and Tinie Tempah are just two of the big names that’ll be rocking the Donegal coastline this year.

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