Cities for Foodies in Ireland
- 21Ireland4 reviews
If you're visiting the Dublin area make sure you take a day to go on a tour of the Wicklow Moutain region. It is a gorgeous day trip through the countryside where you are taken out of the city setting and into the beautiful landscapes of Ireland. It is beautiful during any season! You are taken through the grassy hills, ...
- 22Ireland10 reviews
Beautiful and charming fishing village and resort town to the north of Dublin. It is an easy day trip from Dublin, and is a great place to spend a relaxing weekend at a bed and breakfast and enjoy the views of the sea
- 23Ireland5 reviews
Home of Waterford and now Wedgwood, this sleepy, middle-class Irish city is nonetheless very pleasant and modern. We spent a nice afternoon here in 2007. Not a must-see, but not to be avoided either.
- 24Ireland3 reviews
Clonakilty is a wonderful, happy town, with tons of great places to eat and shop.
- 25Ireland4 reviews
Beautiful beaches, great place to go on a relaxing seaside holiday with a group of friends.
- 26Ireland2 reviews
A wonderful small town full of friendly people. Best known for the Matchmaking Festival held during the month of September. There are weekend dances and you can pay a matchmaker to have your name and profile entered in their book.
- 27Ireland2 reviews
Skibberreen has lots of little stores and a couple of very good restaurants, as well as a proper supermarket, so this is a good place to stock up if you're staying somewhere more remote. the organic market is amazing.
- 28Ireland3 reviews
Dalkey is a beautiful picturesque spot located 13km (8 miles) south-east of Dublin City. Visit the Dalkey Island, Bullock Harbour and Dalkey Castle. Dalkey village offers a variety of gourmet restaurants, art galleries and pubs such as Finnegan’s and The Queen’s.
- 30Ireland1 review
- 32Ireland7 reviews
Great small city/little town in western Ireland near the Northern Irish border. Lots of mesolithic and neolithic archaeological sites nearby.
- 33Ireland4 reviews
A must-see for those of us who work on early modern British history, but not sure if everyone else would be keen. Good exhibits.
- 36Ireland3 reviews
Baltimore is an exceptionally pretty seaside town.
- 37Ireland2 reviews
The hype about the similarity to the Bay of Naples notwithstanding, Killiney truly does offer wonderful views from the top of its eponymous hill. Nearby Dalkey is the place to eat and drink after the walk.
- 38Ireland1 review
brilliant spot some great history attached to cementry was there on commeration off 1916
- 39Ireland1 review
We had to visit the "ancestral" home of my family. There may be little to thrill you if you're not from here but we had a FANTASTIC time meeting the locals and driving the back roads. That being said, this is a destination stop for European fishing fans. Stay at the Ardmore Guest House and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.