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Impressive Ireland

Culture vultures and nature fans should prepare themselves for a treat! A trip to Ireland is a unique experience and is guaranteed not to disappoint. This varied and impressive country is packed with amazing rugged coastlines, numerous islands and peninsulas, craggy bays and spectacular landscapes. Discover quintessential Irish cities such as Dublin, Cork and Derry and enjoy Irish hospitality in pubs where no one stays seated when the Irish music starts to play. You’ll be bowled over by the authentic charm of Ireland. Book your trip with Transavia Holidays, fly with KLM to Dublin and experience a true adventure.

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Endless nature

When you think of Ireland, you think of nature. The country has simply so many different and amazing regions to visit. How about the famous Cliffs of Moher? These sandstone cliffs are 214 metres high. In the north of Ireland, visit the secluded Malin Head with its mysterious sea cliffs. In the west, visit Connemara National Park, a splendid green landscape with the Twelve Bens mountains. Perhaps you’d rather explore the Wicklow Mountains? This area of natural beauty is perfect for hiking and cycling. More active holidaymakers can even go rafting or rock climbing. In Northern Ireland, you can marvel at the Giant’s Causeway. This rock formation made up of basalt columns is famous throughout the world. There’s so much to see and do and it goes without saying that you won’t have a dull moment in Ireland!

Driving routes that take in top highlights

If you love driving and you want to see a lot of places in a limited number of days, take a road trip along one of the country’s special driving routes. The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest coastal route in Ireland and it will take you from the south of the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland via the west coast. All along the way you’ll enjoy fantastic viewpoints of peninsulas, secluded bays and traditional Irish coastal resorts. If you’d rather take a shorter route, follow the popular Ring of Kerry, on the Iveragh Peninsula in the southwest of Ireland. Begin your journey in the charming city of Killarney and be enchanted by all of the top areas of interest. Discover the stunning Moll’s Gap mountain pass and enjoy the continually-changing landscapes. You can also take the Ring of Beara route where you will cross the exceptional Healy Pass. But keep an eye out for crossing sheep!

“So many different landscapes in such a welcoming country: you’ll fall head over heels for Ireland.”

Authentic cities

Would you like to experience what Ireland’s really like? Visit Cork, which is considered the most typical Irish city. Feel the pride of the locals when they welcome you in a traditional pub. Treat yourself to all the delicacies that Ireland has to offer at the English Market, which is an outstanding place for foodies. Here you can sample and smell the many flavours of Cork. Have we made your mouth water? Another special place to visit is the medieval city of Kilkenny. When you climb to the top of the Celtic St. Canice Tower, you’ll get an impressive view. You can also try a local beer at the city’s oldest pub, Kyteler’s Inn. No visit to Ireland is complete without a visit to Dublin. Here you can savour an authentic Guinness stout or a Jameson Irish whiskey in the Temple Bar district. You can also marvel at the library of Trinity College which is over 300 years old. You are guaranteed hours of entertainment!