Christmas is special in Cookstown and the town dresses to enjoy its part in the festivities with the wonderful illuminations along the main street. Add the ambience and atmosphere in the shops throughout the town and our Saturday market, you’ve everything you’ll need to enjoy a spectacular festive season.
Located in an old dispensary building the aim of this Co. Waterford visitor attraction is to establish an archive of the industrial, social and cultural history of Portlaw.
We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.
We flew our AirPano Drone over the town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tour which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in Carrickfergus.
Kilmore Quay is an attractive traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford in the South East of Ireland. This is an un-spoilt village with breath taking coastal walks, and the fabulous Saltee Islands off the coast.
Youghal, where past meets present at the mouth of the picturesque River Blackwater. It is one of the best examples of a Norman walled port in Ireland today, combined with a modern seaside holiday resort.
The Jewel in North Down
Holywood was named Sanctus Boscus (“Holy Wood”) by the Normans after the woodland surrounding a monastery founded by St Laiseran before 640. It was on the site of the present ruins of the medieval Old Priory. In the present day, the name is pronounced identically to “Hollywood.”
Bangor is a picturesque maritime resort located only 12 miles from the heart of Belfast. For more than 150 years the Bangor area has been one of Northern Ireland’s main tourist destinations providing for the pleasure of trippers and tourists.
The beautiful village of Groomsport, just ten minutes from Bangor, is best known for it’s picturesque harbour that was once a major fishing port and it’s two fishermans cottages known as Cockle Row.
How do these odd Irish Tudors prepare for a feast, perform their ablutions, use weaponry or cure illness and disease? Examine the Tudor toilet facilities! See the Tudor equivalent of toilet roll and be disgusted!