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I was finally able to visit the Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland with good weather conditions!

Dunluce Castle is located dramatically close to a headland that plunges straight into the sea, along the North Antrim coast in Northern Ireland, and was the headquarters of the MacDonnell Clan. There is archaeological evidence of a village that surrounded the castle which was destroyed by fire in 1641. The site was also witness to […]

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Breathtaking sunset at the Giants Causeway Road

The Giant’s Causeway Road is the main access to the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s most popular attraction. From the Visitor Centre you can walk for 1 kilometer or take a private bus service that will leave you right in front of the basalt columns. I would recommend you to choose the walking option though, so […]

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Dune du Pilat | The Highest Dune in Europe

Last year while visiting Bordeaux, France I drove with my cousin to the stunning Great Dune of Pila (or Pilat), Dune du Pilat in french, located at 60Km from Bordeaux, in the South of the Arcachon Bay. The dune is around 500m wide from east to west and 2.7 km in length from north to […]

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Hiking in Ireland

Hiking in Ireland is always a great experience, even more when the rain gives us a break. Last year I’ve been with some friends to one of the most northern points in Ireland. Located in County Donegal, Horn Head is a beautiful peninsula that forms part of Sheephaven Bay. Its cliffs rise straight out of the water to […]

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Lough Tay | Beautiful Attraction in Ireland

Wicklow Mountains have to be on your list of must see places in Ireland. You could spend days exploring there and still find new great spots each day. Lough Tay is just one of many awesome spots you can find there. This small but scenic lake set in the Wicklow Mountains lies between the mountains of Djouce […]

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