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Situated on the South West Coast of Cork, is the picturesque harbour town of Kinsale. This popular fishing port , nestled between the hills and the seafront, is a maze of colourful buildings and narrow winding streets. The perfect place for exploring, the medieval streetscape has remained largely unchanged over the last thousand years.

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Waterville is a small, neighbourly village, popular with golfers and anglers, overlooking Ballingskellig Bay in County Kerry. Waterville lies 35km (22 miles) and a half-hour drive west of Sneem, along the N70, which passes through the village. In Irish the village is known as An Coireán, meaning "the Sickle" -- a name derived from the concave shape of Ballinskelligs Bay. The Bay adjoins the west side of the town, while Lough Currane adjoins the east; both bodies of water are connected by the Currane River. Boasting a population of 538 in the 2002 census, Waterville offers delighful scenery, several restaurants, pubs and cafes, gift shops and a village market.

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This historic Victorian-era seaside resort features a long, golden beach and a promenade, complete with old-fashioned family amusements. You can hike or ride mountain bikes on the trails leading from the beach to Bray Head, and enjoy a breathtaking view of Dublin Bay and surrounding environs from the summit of the cliff, 791 feet into the sky.

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Dublin City

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is the most popular arrival city for international visitors to Ireland. Not renowned for its architectural beauty, Dublin is however popular for its vibrant nightlife, its warm and friendly people, and its wide range of tourist attractions. Dublin is the heartbeat of Irish life. Almost a quarter of all Irish people -- roughly 1.4 million -- live in the greater Dublin area.

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