Trip to Southern Ireland

Trip to Southern Ireland

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Posted Sun 22 Jan 2023 11:23 AM
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I am travelling to Ireland in March and would like recommendations of where to visit as there seems to be so many places to see. Would like to see the Dolphins if they are around at that time, go kayaking, see a castle or historic building and so much more.
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Hello Gill,

We are so fortunate here on the island of Ireland to have so many wonderful things to see and do!

As we are surrounded by water, dolphins are regular visitors to our shores. Dingle Peninsula has Dolphin boat tours as well as lots of excellent places to visit so you may wish to consider this location as a happy starting point. 🐬 Dolphins also can be seen all along the Wild Atlantic Way all the way up to Malin Head, County Donegal, so plenty of choices of places to stop if you fancy a road trip! 🚗

Watersports are also popular activities both around the coast and in our Hidden Heartlands. There is plenty of information on Kayaking in Ireland also available on our website, so you should be able to find a location to suit your needs.

We also have no shortage of Castles and Historic Houses to see. An article on unmissable castles is worth a look at, and depending on how long you have with us an itinerary on seeing a few of them is possible. 🏰 Killarney is a spot with castles, a National Park, and the chance for a bit of kayaking too. 

Hopefully, this will give you some ideas to start your itinerary. How long will you have to spend with us?

Martin

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