Things To Do Chapter 5

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From a romantic day in the spa and experiencing Irish culture to escaping on a scenic drive or enjoying the electric nightlife.

This guide removes the stress of planning the perfect itinerary. When you read this – you two will be honeymoon and tourism gurus!

When you are here, there are sights to be seen, experiences to be had, tours to join & things to be done! This chapter covers exactly that.

There is more to Ireland than getting drunk and singing old ballads, thanks to the landscape and rich culture, Ireland has got almost every activity imaginable. Excellent driving roads, walkways & hiking, kayaking, surfing, equestrian, Irish dancing, the list goes on…

Whether you are interested in culture, sightseeing, exploring, spas, castles or alternative honeymoon activities, it is all here.

There is still lots of juicy knowledge to take away from the next couple of chapters.

My friend, Stephanie, honeymooned in Ireland and since then she has had a number of visits. She said…

“A great idea for honeymooners is to get outside in nature–climb an Irish mountain, kayak on the sea or even try horseback riding on the beach. These extra special excursions require a little advance planning, but they maybe the most memorable of your trip.”
– Stephanie Chastain,

Whether you want to go horseback riding, hang-gliding, kayaking or what ever floats your boat. There is no single location for these kinds of activities, they are scattered around the coastlines and midlands

Or if you want a more romantic activity…

You may want to visit St Valentine in White friars Church in Dublin. The romantic shrine contains an original relic of Saint of Love brought from Rome in 1835. This is the best place to pray for a happy marriage.

St Valentine in White friars Church

You may want to visit St Valentine in White friars Church in Dublin. The romantic shrine contains an original relic of Saint of Love brought from Rome in 1835. This is the best place to pray for a happy marriage.

Lisdoonvarna’s Spa Wells Co. Clare

Lisdoonvarna’s Spa Wells in Co. Clare are famous for their mineral rich therapeutic waters. Hundreds of years ago it was the location to visit if you were seeking a partner during October, and now the Victorian pumphouse and spa wells have become a couples spa excursion.

Ross Castle

Old myths claim Ross Castle remains home to the daughter of the Black Baron of Ross Castle – a woman who perished in the name of love, remains there haunting the land. Regardless of this – it is a beautiful castle, I talk about Irish castles soon…

If you are going to south-east Ireland, a trip to Co. Wicklow & the Cliff House Hotel for lunch would be a timeless classic to tell your family and friends because you cannot have a more romantic meal…in a restaurant. This hotel has a setting like a romantic scene in a ‘James Bond’ movie!

I’ll tell you about the rates for rooms in this hotel in Chapter 4…

Whether you plan on travelling around the Island, you’ll need to travel to your hotel. This journey is a great way to begin your escape! But it does not have to be the last adventure you take…