Ireland is a beautiful and wonderful little Island. Filled with such interesting and scenic locations whether you are here visiting for business or pleasure you should not miss out. Summer in Ireland can be unpredictable at the best of times. However we have picked out some of the best summer tips of the places to visit at this specific time of year.
Summer in LaHinch
Located in Co. Clare in the province of Munster in the south of Ireland LaHinch is one of Irelands most popular summer destinations. Unknown to most LaHinch is actually a famous surfing location and attracts some of the best surfers in the world. The town is your quintessential Irish town with an amazing array of places to eat which will not
leave you disappointed. An added bonus of visiting LaHinch is that it is only a 20 minute drive from the cliffs of Moher which on a sunny day is one of the most spectacular sights in the world.
Summer in Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is a 179km scenic route located in Co. Kerry. The route bring you in a circular direction around the county. During the drive you will be able to take in some of Ireland nicest coastal landscapes and seaside towns. One of the main attraction on the route is a Rocky Island called Skellig Michael. For all the Star Wars fans out there it may interest you to know that this is where the new films are being partly filmed. All in all if you have the time then this is one route which will leave you with some fantastic memories this summer.
National Botanic Gardens
Ireland’s premier horticulture and botanic establishment is surprisingly located right in the middle of the capital city. Not only is this a beautiful and free place to visit for anyone but it is also interestingly a major participant in both national and international bio-diversity conservation initiatives. With over 20,000 different species of plants and breath taking greenhouses this is one place that you would regret not visiting this summer if given the opportunity.
Found in the garden of Ireland Co. Wicklow Powerscourt is one of Ireland’s most magnificent country estates. Open to the public the estate offers some impressive walkways and sights. With walled gardens, a dolphin pond and a pet cemetery the garden offers a place of peace and personal reflection. To really put things into perspective in 2014 the widely acclaimed National Geographic ranked Powerscourt as the third best in the world’s top 10 gardens. A true reflection on the beauty and tranquillity Ireland has to offer.