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The rocky island’s landscape is a monument in itself: it is criss-crossed by thousands of kilometres of drystone walls, created in endless toil by generations of islanders who eked out a meagre living from what the barren land and the violent sea had to offer.After returning to the mainland, we make our way to our hotel, a 19th century country mansion overlooking the quintessential Connemara seascape of Roundstone a unique tour, created on the basis of an intimate acquaintance with the country and a passionate love for it, gained through many years of living and travelling there.Designed to present a rich and insightful panorama of Ireland’s heritage, tradition and culture, it takes in some of the famous “must-see” sights, such as the Megalithic tombs of Newgrange and Knowth, the stupendous “Celtic” cliffside fort at Dun Aonghasa in the Aran Islands, the great monastic centre of Clonmacnoise, the pristine Norman castle at Trim and, of course, the dazzling heart of Dublin with its excellent museums.” – so many clichés have been used to describe Ireland, all of them based on some element of truth and none of them sufficient to capture the enormous fascination of this most unusual island.At Peter Sommer Travels, we are excited to present , our first tour in a country that is spectacularly rich in beauty, in history, in character, in hospitality and – most of all – in stories.

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Day 5: We take the ferry to Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands.At Tulsk in County Roscommon, we visit Rathcrogan, one of the four Celtic “Royal Sites”, the Iron Age capital of Connaught and the mythical home of Queen Maeve (or Medb).Its mysterious mounds and earthworks are the living green theatre of ancient Irish myth and lore, evoking the great heroes and heroines of old Irish epics.The experience will be rounded off by enjoying the many fine qualities of Irish gastronomy, including some of Europe’s best seafood and meats, as well as local cheeses and the island’s famous beers and whiskeys.The surprising originality and excellent craftsmanship of modern Irish cooking are an attraction in themselves.

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