Click on the County links to view tourist information on individual counties:
Counties Mayo, Galway and Roscommon
The West of Ireland is enchanting... filled with wonderfully atmospheric towns and villages, long stretches of stunning coastline, soaring sea cliffs, and craggy countryside that boasts a uniquely desolate beauty and a vibrant cultural heritage rich in tradition.
The West gets under your skin like no other place in the world, offering an unparalled experience to all who visit. So whether you want to soothe your soul in utter isolation on a remote island or feel the passion at a high-spirited summer festival, the wild and wonderful West is a delight to explore.
For further information on all the West of Ireland has to offer visit the official tourist website at: www.discoverireland.ie/west
Counties Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan
The rugged North West of Ireland is a region of infinite variety, a paradise for outdoor and sporting enthusiasts. The hills of Donegal and Sligo provide perfect isolation from the bustle of 20th century living and leave you wandering some of Ireland's most beautiful countryside.
The North West is one of the bastions of Gaelic culture, with the ancient Irish language still widely spoken. The ancient Celtic history of the area is also evident from the largest concentration of megalithic monuments in Europe, some of them predating Christianity by thousands of years.
The region boasts some of the finest seafood restaurants and a splendid variety of watersports and golf. Recharge the batteries and enjoy a warm reception from a people whose tradition of welcoming strangers is matched only by their talent for making new friends.
For further information on all the North West of Ireland has to offer visit the official tourist website at: www.discoverireland.ie/northwest
East Coast Midlands
Counties Longford, Westmeath, Offaly
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From the first tee to the 19th hole, it’s a golfers dream, and our region has a vast amount of attractions, activities and events to keep you on your toes, for those of you who may like to relax and unwind you will be spoilt with choice from relaxing spa breaks, waterside and woodlands walks and breathtaking scenery.
If you are interested in activities and adventure you won't be disappointed with Mid Ireland! The range of activities are as varied as the landscape - arts and crafts , golf, water based activities, horse-riding, walking, fishing, bowling, visitor farms and adventure centres are all available. The choices are endless - see for yourself!
For further information on all the Midlands and East Coast of Ireland has to offer visit the official tourist website at: www.discoverireland.ie/eastcoast