Away From The Course
With more golf courses than there are days in a year, Ireland is an exciting golfing destination, but this island also has a lot more to offer the visitor. Links Golf is happy to suggest a whole range of touring and sightseeing possibilities to allow you to discover Ireland.
Ireland is famous for its beautiful, unspoilt scenery. A different view awaits you around every corner - from the rugged mountains that surround the glorious lakes in the Ring of Kerry, on to the wilds of Connemara, the Giant’s Causeway on the Antrim Plateau, or the three Aran Islands off the East coast of the mainland, you’re guaranteed to be enchanted.Ireland is famous for its natural, unspoilt scenery. A different view awaits you around almost every corner - from the rugged mountains that surround glorious lakes in Kerry to the wilds of Connemara.
(Pictured: The Giants Causeway, Co Antrim. © Tourism Ireland)
Special Interest Tours
In Ireland's history, myth and legend are interwoven to create a fascinating culture that is well worth exploring. From ancient monuments, stone circles and early Celtic crosses, to grand stately homes with stunning landscaped gardens, each region adds something new and different to the story. Why not follow in the footsteps of some of Ireland’s literary greats, Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and W.B. Yeats, or sample some legendary Irish hospitality and enjoy an evening of live music in one of the country’s (many) traditional pubs? Links Golf can help you incorporate this into a tour you’ll never forget.Ireland's history, myth and legend are interwoven to create a fascinating culture that is well worth exploring. From ancient monuments and early celtic crosses to grand stately homes with stunningly landscaped gardens, each region adds something new and different to the story.
(Pictured: Blarney Castle, Co. Cork. © Tourism Ireland)
Famed for its fine crafts, Ireland produces some really great pottery, woollens and crystal. If you'd like to shop for some souvenirs of your visit, we'd be happy to recommend shopping stops along your itinerary route.
(Pictured: Benulben Pottery, Co. Sligo. © Tourism Ireland)
From the National Gallery, Writers’ Museum and Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, to the Ulster Museum and the Titanic Belfast in Belfast, the Ulster American Folk Park on the outskirts of Omagh, and the National Museum of Ireland County Life in County Mayo, there’s a wealth of cultural attractions available, wherever you choose to visit. Cover the rich treasures of Irish history and contemporary art in the collections housed in the many museums and galleries around the country. Music is an especially important part of Irish life and you might like us to include a visit to a traditional music session in a local pub as part of your itinerary.
(Pictured: Traditional Irish Music in Galway © Tourism Ireland)