Ireland sits at the edge of Europe with the Wild
Atlantic pounding its western shores. Location and
weather have shaped landscape and culture.
Legend has it when Christianity came to Ireland,
pagan gods transformed into horses and leapt into
the Atlantic at Aill na Searrach - Foal’s leap. Beautiful
flowers abound on the west coast and on remote
roads you are more likely to see sheep than cars -
rush hour in Ireland. You can beach comb for Atlantic
treasures on one of the many secluded beaches.
When the weather changes and Ireland can have
four seasons in one day, you can always call into the
pub for a music session.