Sunday, 2 August 2015

Augment the Appeal of your Trip when you Travel the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland

Vacationers in Ireland often choose to tour along County Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula, Kinsale and Cork. This offers them a chance to best explore the scenic lands and charismatic cities along the Celtic Sea coast. When you travel the wild Atlantic way in Ireland you can add to the beauty of your trip by planning exciting sojourns in each of the cities you travel through. Here is how you can make your sojourn more enjoyable:

  • Book a longer stopover in populous cities like Cork that offer you an interesting sojourn experience. There are options that allow you to avail a budget hotel so you can afford to stay longer for less. You can also opt to stay at a comfortable hotel and commute to nearby places of interest on your holiday.
  • Contemplate a sojourn at Inisturkbeg in Clew Bay when in Mayo fora private island sojourn that offers enchanting views of the Croagh Patrick. However, this lavish resort with an infinity pool and private chef won’t come cheap.
  • Plan your stay in the larger cities which offer lots to see and explore. Many choose hotel accommodation in Limerick so as to explore the stately King John's Castle and sightsee around the Ballyhoura Mountains. Tourists have the opportunity to simply cruise along River Shannon and visit the Museum or Art Gallery to get a cultural insight to Limerick.

Whether you have planned to travel along the entire west coast of the island or a part of it, you’re sure to have a charming stay and a lovely holiday!


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