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Republic of Ireland Holidays 2020

The Republic of Ireland covers the majority of the island which lies off the coast of England and Wales. It enjoys a fairly mild climate, not experiencing any extreme temperatures.

Known for its lush countryside and hospitable locals, the Republic of Ireland shines as a world away from home. The “Emerald Isle” offers visitors a look into its history through castles and museums, with its capital of Dublin being the birthplace of many cultural fascinations.

The island which is also home to world-famous Guinness beer has so much to offer. So, if cheap holidays to Ireland sounds good to you… you’re in for a treat!

Why book Republic Of Ireland holidays

Explore the city

Explore the capital Dublin with its array of attractions, restaurants & pubs

Top attractions to visit

Guinness Storehouse, Blarney Castle (Cork) & Dublin Castle

Lush natural wonders

Head to Dingle Peninsula on the southwestern coast of Ireland for the dramatic cliffs

Hit the nightlife & bar scene

Pubs, bars, nightclubs – expect a great night out on the town!

Stay active

Coastal walks in Ireland are a total must + enjoy some great golf courses!

Cultural hotspot not to miss

Head to Galway city: steeped in history, great pubs & buzzing art scene

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Things to do in Republic of Ireland

Things to do in Republic of Ireland

Whether you’re in Dublin, Galway, Dingle or Cork, Ireland has a variety of things to do. Nature lovers, history buffs and culture vultures alike will have plenty of different places to explore.

  • Guinness Storehouse – The well-known Irish beer offers an overall great experience at its brewery. You’ll learn all about the beer whilst tasting it too!
  • Blarney Castle – This castle in Cork is located within a beautiful setting and is a former medieval stronghold.
  • Dingle Peninsula – Those who love the outdoors will love this spot! Set along the southwestern coast of Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula is surrounded by beaches and picturesque cliffs and mountains.
  • Dublin Castle – A castle which dates to 1204 has so much more than just a stunning exterior. It also has two museums, lush gardens, a library and cafes.
  • Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden – Located along the waterside, this nunnery features beautiful gardens which you are free to roam around on a tour.
Republic of Ireland beaches

Republic of Ireland beaches

Ireland may not be known as a beach holiday destination, but that doesn’t mean that sandy shores and beautiful landscapes are hard to come by. In fact, Ireland has many stunning beaches to visit. They’re perfect for peaceful walks along the sand or some relaxation time admiring the surrounding views.

  • Inchydoney Beach, Co. Cork – This beach is quiet, spacious and surrounded by green hills. It is often ranked as one of the best beaches in Ireland and has great conditions for surfers.
  • Murlough Beach, Co. Down – Picturesque Murlough Beach enjoys views of dunes, most of which are part of the National Nature Reserve.
  • Dog’s Bay and Gurteen Bay, Connemara – These two crescent bays are identical to one another. Some green headland keeps the two bays apart, but they also feature bright white sands made from seashells.
  • Inch Beach, Co. Kerry – Situated along the Dingle peninsula, Inch Beach is great for a wide range of activities. Whether it be surfing, walking or bird watching, you can do it all at Inch Beach.
  • Portsalon Beach, Co. Donegal – For bright blue waters and spacious sands, this is the place to be. Portsalon Beach has fantastic views all around, making it one of Ireland’s top beaches.

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Republic of Ireland weather

Republic of Ireland weather
Jan
7°C
Avg. Dry Days 13
Feb
7°C
Avg. Dry Days 11
Mar
9°C
Avg. Dry Days 12
Apr
11°C
Avg. Dry Days 11
Nov
9°C
Avg. Dry Days 13
Dec
7°C
Avg. Dry Days 12

Your Republic of Ireland questions answered

When is the best time to go to Ireland?

Travel between May and September gives you the best chance of good weather in Ireland.

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