The Aran Islands have long held the imagination of those in search for a passing way of Irish life. Today, the Arans are no less alluring than they were hundreds of years ago.
County Limerick is home to quaint cottages, towering castles, flying boats, and some of Ireland’s most scenic countryside. Here are the 5 best places to visit.
According to Irish legend, if you want the “gift of gab,” all you have to do is kiss the Blarney Stone, by leaning upside-down backwards over the highest parapet of a 15th century castle.
The Drombeg Stone Circle is one of Ireland’s most trafficked ancient ruins, and it holds many mysteries and a fascinating past.
If you think you can only wear wool sweaters in the winter, think again. Here are 10 ways to wear your Aran sweater this summer.
It’s summer, and that means outdoor time. Here are the best cooking and grilling accessories from ShamrockGift.com, just in time for the 4th of July.
Commonly referred to as the “most landlocked county in Ireland,” Laois is rich not only in historical sites but also in contemporary arts and culture.
July’s birthstone is the ruby, long considered the king of gems thanks to its bold, commanding appearance and regal gleam.
The clan name Walsh is the 4th most used family name in Ireland. It is now found across the globe as Irish have left the country over time.
The nine counties of Ulster, in Ireland’s north, are home of Ireland’s last Gaelic kings, Bushmills, the Titanic, and more.