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Limavady

Limavady is a small but historic town situated in the scenic Roe Valley, about halfway between Derry City and Coleraine town. Limavady derives from the Gaelic Leim an Mhadaidh meaning "Leap of the Dog".

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Portstewart

Portstewart in County Derry / Londonderry is a popular seaside destination famous for its inspiring sunsets. The song Red Sails in the Sunset, covered by the Beatles, was written about Portstewart -- which was once associated with the Victorian middle-class who took their holidays here.

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Carlow Town

Situated in the south-east of Ireland, and linked to Dublin 84km (52 miles) away by motorway, Carlow is the main town of the County Carlow. The town is built around the picturesque River Barrow, a fine fishing river. With a population of 23,000, Carlow has a friendly atmosphere, with plenty of things to do and see for visitors. The town has lots of traditional Irish pubs, as well as more modern eateries, including trendy cafes.

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Rossnowlagh

 The scenic village of Rossnowlagh is situated around four miles north of Ballyshannon and ten miles south of Donegal town. Known as the "Heavenly Cove", Rossnowlagh also has a beautiful beach that is one of the region's best beaches, and has become strongly associated with surfing. The beach, which has an EU Blue Flag award for its clean, safe waters, provides fabulous views of Slieve League mountain range -- the highest sea cliffs in Europe -- and of Donegal Bay. This quiet strand is wide, sandy, and sheltered by hills, and the water is safe for bathing. Rossnowlagh becomes popular with visitors during the summer months.

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Letterkenny

Letterkenny is the largest town in County Donegal, and has the distinction of the longest main street of any town in Ireland. An energetic little town with a population of around 20,000, Letterkenny is a great place to experience everyday life from the viewpoint of the average Irish citizen.

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Rathmullan

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Glenveagh National Park and Glenveagh Castle

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Cahirciveen

This small but historical market town forms the western entrance to the Ring of Kerry, perhaps the most popular tourist route in all of Irelandtoday. The Ring travels around the Ivernaugh Peninsula, giving visitors the opportunity to see some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Cahirciveen (alternatively spelled with an 's' -- Cahirsiveen) is a town full of brightly coloured but humble homes and is the central market area for the south of County Kerry.

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Ballyferriter

Ballyferriter is a coastal village in the Irish (Gaelic)-speaking region, or Gaeltacht, of the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry. Situated in the westernmost edge of the peninsula, three quarters of this rural community still speaks Irish on a day-to-day basis. Nearby is a beautiful sandy beach, the Beál Bán strand, overlooked by Mount Brandon, on which an annual horse race is held in June. The village takes its name from the Feiritéar family, a Norman-Irish family who settled in the region in the middle ages and controlled much of the region, including the Blasket Islands. Ballyferriter literally means Feiritéar town.

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Kilrush

This designated heritage town, located near the mouth of the river Shannon, began as an estate town in the 18th century. The Vandeleur family established the original estate nearby in the 1630’s. They are known in local history for their participation in massive tenant evictions in the 1800s. Today, Kilrush features a beautiful new marina. The town has great vistas of the Atlantic.

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