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The best of Ireland in august: a guide to the top attractions

The best of Ireland in august: a guide to the top attractions

Ireland is a unique destination that offers a multitude of attractions in summer. From its incredible natural attraction, with evergreen landscapes and cliffs, to its hospitality, with its lively pubs and typical beer.

If you are thinking of traveling this August, we recommend some attractions that you will definitely have to visit.



Dublin will probably be the starting point of your trip to Ireland in summer. It is divided into two districts by the River Liffey, and both the north and south retain their own atmosphere and characteristics. They are linked by a series of bridges, some with attractive modern architecture and others, built in the past and with a beautiful medieval charm.

Medieval castles and cathedrals, such as Dublin Castle and St. Patrick's Cathedral, testify to the city's long history. Other places of historical interest include the 11th-century Christ Church and the Chester Beatty Library.

Travel with your pet and tour this beautiful city in company. Keep in mind that if something should happen to your pet, there are a lot of specialized stores where you can buy everything to pamper it.

Coastal towns


One of the recommended villages to visit is Howth, a seafaring jewel. In this beautiful place you can enjoy some of the best seafood restaurants in Ireland or take a boat trip to see the coast from another perspective.

Another coastal town worth visiting is Dún Laghoire. In addition to touring its charming marina, which houses up to three yacht clubs, do not forget to walk aimlessly through its steep cobblestone streets.

Surfing in Ireland


A great place to make your debut is on the Atlantic Coastal Route. This is a very special coastal path with spectacular beaches that start from the beautiful Donegal to cross the counties of Sligo and Mayo.

Farther south, between Galway and Limerick, you have the legendary Cliffs of Moher which are chosen by surfers in the world.

Other recommended spots where there are numerous surf schools are the East Strand and Portrush beach in Northern Ireland or Brittas Bay in County Wicklow south of Dublin.

Visit the castles


Ireland has more than 3,000 castles. Visiting them all in one summer is like a feat worthy of the most improbable legends, so we are going to recommend some of our favorites.

From south to north, we'll start with Blackrock Castle, move on to Birr Castle, which still has its Leviathan telescope, and make a detour to Ballynahinch Castle in Connemara. The route will continue to the imposing Tullynally Castle, further north to Glenarm Castle and we will close this conquest at the immense Dunluce Castle.

Kayaking on the Shannon, paddle surfing on Loch Glencar or Lough Gill, taking a boat ride from Carrick-on-Shannon to Lough Key Forest Park will also delight you.

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