The Irish festival of Lughnasadh, celebrated each August 1st, is the Celtic harvest festival, welcoming autumn, the harvest, and marking the end of summer.
Dublin has all the perfect places to visit and experience, especially at night time, when the city comes alive with music, dance, art, and light.
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.
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.