This is a list of the top 40 most visited tourist attractions in Ireland , (figures from 2011) Being popular is not a guarantee that it will be a good attraction – but it helps. The top attraction for tourists is once again the Guinness Storehouse. The visit by Barack Obama in 2012 will have
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This is a list of the 2012 Blue Flag Beaches in Ireland Clare Cappagh Clare Kilkee Clare Doonbeg Clare WhiteStrand Miltown Malbay Clare Lahinch Clare Fanore Clare Ballycuggeran Clare Mountshannon Cork Redbarn Cork Garryvoe Cork Garrylucas Cork Garretstown Cork Inchydoney Cork The Warren Cork Owenahincha Cork Tragumna Cork Barleycove Donegal – Bundoran Donegal Murvagh Donegal
All owners of domestic wastewater treatment systems in Ireland (including septic tanks) will be required to register their systems with their water services authority. There will be a registration fee, which will be set at €5 for the first three months of the registration period and €50 thereafter, It is not yet possible to register.
The Blue Flag is an international sign of a good , clean, safe beach. In 2011 – these are the Irish beaches that were awarded Blue Flags…. County Cork Blue Flag Beaches – Barleycove , Claycastle Garryvoe, Garretstown, Garrylucas, Inchydoney, Owenahincha, Redbarn , , Tragumna, Warren , Youghal front strand. County Clare Blue Flag Beaches
A concert in honour of Barack Obama will be held on College Green in Dublin on Monday May 23rd The show is scheduled to run for more than two hours, and gates into the concert will open at 2pm. It is a free concert open to the public and tickets are not needed. The final
These are the most popular places for visitors in Ireland. Based on visitor numbers for 2008. These are all destinations that charge a fee. The number of visitors is shown next to each attraction. Figures from Failte Ireland Guinness Storehouse 1,038,910 Dublin Zoo 932,000 Cliffs of Moher 808,310 National Aquatic Centre