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Ireland | Your faithful four-footed friend doesn’t have to miss out on discovering the enchanting beauty of Ireland. There are holiday homes here which allow you to bring your pets along.
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Enjoy Irish culture at a holiday home in the Province of Munster
A holiday home in the Province of Munster is a great way to experience the beauty and history of Ireland. The Golden Vale is one of Ireland's most lush pasture lands, providing wide swathes of open greenery. The ruins of castles and monasteries can be found throughout the region and many islands are easily accessible from the cliff lined coast. Holiday homes will also let visitors experience the traditional culture that still thrives in the area's modern cities. Holiday houses and holiday apartments are a great way to explore the Province of Munster whilst enjoying all of the comforts of home.
Book holiday rentals on the Wild Atlantic Way
Holiday homes and holiday rentals in the Province of Munster are great for travellers who like to keep moving. Much of the Wild Atlantic Way, a scenic drive which follows Ireland's west coast, runs through the province. Along it you will see many of Ireland's most scenic views and historic buildings. Mizen Head is an area of rugged cliffs famous for its lighthouse and the Burren's landscape of limestone hills is one of the most interesting in Ireland. A number of islands are accesible from the coast including Skellig Michael with its ruined monastery and Great Blasket Island where you can explore the remains of old cottages.
Holiday rentals and Irish culture
Holiday houses and holiday apartments in the Province of Munster are a great way to take in the culture of Ireland. For the region's early history there are few places better to visit than the Rock of Cashel, the castle which was once the seat of the Kings of Munster. Renting holiday homes and holiday houses in Cork and Limerick provide many opportunities to take in traditional music and Waterford is home to the Barracks Street Concert Band, which has been playing music since 1870. The Gaelic Games are popular throughout the province and offer spectators a chance to watch hurling and other traditional sporting events.