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    Vacationing Throughout Ireland's Beautiful Landscape

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    Travelling to the scenic country of Ireland is a dream vacation for many people.No one can deny Ireland has scenic beauty that includes its landscape, the Atlantic coastline, and its breathtaking labyrinths of caves and crystal-clear waters.

    Most people who visit Ireland say it gives off about forty different shades of green, though not all glimmer in the famed emerald hues. An area known as the Burren, which was formed at the sea bottom 340 million years ago, is responsible for the country's unique landscapes. It includes miles of limestone, which are connected to hundreds of Ireland's streams, lakes, and caves. The limestone is directly responsible for the country's different colored waters, and the unique flora and fauna that grow there.

    Ireland's coastline is about 1,450 km, and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the West and the Irish Sea on the East. Ireland is known for its abundance of water-related sports and activities, such as surfing, snorkeling, diving, kayaking and sailing. It also has a number of coastal fishing villages, which provide some of the best seafood in the world.

    The best time to travel to Ireland weather-wise is during the summer months of June to August. Daily temperatures average around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, and travelers can experience at least 18 hours of daylight, since it does not usually become dark until about 11 p.m.

    Summer is not always the cheapest time of year to travel to any destination, but it does offer the best weather to enjoy Ireland's lush landscape and outdoor activities.

    With Ireland being isolated and remote, the country offers some secluded hideaway locations to get away from it all. Accommodations available to visitors range from intimate self-catering cottages to luxury-style bed and breakfast inns.

    Ireland's most popular accommodation types are vacation holiday rentals (for more information see

    Many of these are self-catering, which means guests will provide their own food, toiletries, and sometimes, bedding. The majority of Ireland's self-catering cottages or vacation rental homes have the ability to accommodate multiple guests and are widely popular with families, or groups of people getting together for a reunion, or other type of gathering.

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