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Stand Up Paddling along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

By Laeti, 10/09/2014 - 07:03
Mullaghmore, home of world-class surfing

Get inspired for your next adventure holiday with Facing Waves, a TV series featuring 30-minute episodes about the world best destinations for canoe, raft and stand up paddleboard experiences. The show explores each destination from a unique point of view following top athletes in these water sports and telling about inspiring places and attractions in the area.


Ballycroy National Park Republic of Ireland

Ballycroy National Park is Ireland's sixth National Park and was established in November 1998. Situated in northwest Mayo on the Western seaboard, it is comprised of 11,00 hectares of unspoilt wilderness - mountain ranges, Atlantic blanket bog, and marshes. Green travellers who are looking for a hiking adventure will find acres and acres of open country to explore.


The best Eco tourism places to visit in Ireland

By Admin, 06/12/2010 - 18:52

The summer is here and we are all looking ahead for nice and relaxing weekends out of our cities, chilling out in a great nature destination, testing good food and enjoy a friendly atmosphere...but where to go? Tropical destinations are way too far and expensive, so why not enjoying a trip next door in the marvellous Ireland and in a responsible manner. Where? Our compass is here to help!

Dublin: the vibrant capital

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