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County Antrim
Antrim forms the north-east corner of Ireland, a channel only 13 miles wide separates Torr Head from the Scottish coast

County Armagh
Armagh is located in the geographical heartland of Northern Ireland and lays claim to being one of Ireland's oldest settlements, like Down and Monaghan which adjoin it, is a county of gentle hills - the land becoming more hilly towards the south, where Slieve Gullion rises to 1,893 feet

County Carlow
Ireland's smallest inland county, Carlow is located in the south east of Ireland, approximately 80km from Dublin

County Cavan
Like Donegal and neighbouring Monaghan, Cavan belongs to the province of Ulster, yet has been part of the Irish Republic since Partition in 1921

County Clare
Wedged between Kerry and Galway, County Clare is home to one of Ireland's most charming regions - The Burren

County Cork
County Cork is the largest and southernmost county in Ireland

County Derry
Derry (Ulster's second largest city) is mainly a hilly county, with scenic hills, glens and river valleys

County Donegal
Donegal, the most northerly county in Ireland, extends along much of the north-west coast

County Down
One of Ireland's most fertile counties, Down is notable for its low, beautifully cultivated hills

County Dublin
Having redefined itself as one of Europe's most cosmopolitan cities, Dublin embodies a unique freshness that ensures countless visitors throng her streets every year

County Fermanagh
One of the smallest counties in Ireland and often referred to as Northern Ireland's lake district, County Fermanagh is the perfect holiday destination for cruising and other water based holidays

County Galway
One of the most vibrant Irish destinations you're likely to come across, Galway offers the best of both worlds - the charm of a buzzing city, alongside some fantastic rural scenery

County Kerry
Tralee is the capital town and administrative centre of County Kerry

County Kildare
The inland county of Kildare is famous as a sporting, racing and hunting region

County Kilkenny
As Ireland's finest medieval city, Kilkenny's rich heritage is evident in its historical buildings and landmarks, culminating in the famous Kilkenny Castle

County Laois
Surrounded by some wonderful rural tranquillity, Laois is nestled in the heart of Ireland and boasts a host of hidden charms

County Leitrim
County Leitrim extends for over 50 miles from the County Longford border to Donegal Bay, where it has a coastline of two and a half miles

County Limerick
With a newfound vibrancy, the excellent Hunt Museum and some wonderful Georgian architecture to its name, Limerick has really come into its own over the last few years

County Longford
Bounded by historic cairn Hill on the right and left of this hill the country slopes down to a fertile level plain, beautifully wooded, through whch the Camlin flows to the Shannon

County Louth
Ireland's smallest county, Louth is affectionately referred to as 'The Wee County' and derives its name from Lugh, the great pagan god of the ancient Celts

County Mayo
Stretching from Lough Corrib in the south to Killala Bay in the north, Mayo boasts many attractions including stunning mounting scenery, megalithic tombs, excellent fishing waters, hill walking and great golf courses - including the championship course at Westport in west Mayo

County Meath
Occasionally referred to as the Spiritual Capital of Ireland, Meath is Dublin's immediate neighbour to the north and has long been one of Ireland's leading farming counties

County Monaghan
County Monaghan is the perfect destination for the serious angler, casual golfer, walker or cyclist who prefers the peace and quiet of winding country lanes

County Offaly
Birr, now a heritage town is also one of Offaly's most picturesque locations

County Roscommon
Roscommon County boasts magnificent preserved forest land with abundant wildlife

County Sligo
With one of the greatest concentration of megalithic monuments in Ireland, Sligo chartered as a county since 1579 boasts a landscape as rich in lore as it is in beauty

County Tipperary
Tipperary, Ireland's largest inland county, has richly varied scenery in its hills and mountains, its plains and river valleys

County Tyrone
One of the most beautiful of Ireland's inland counties, Tyrone has a fine variety of scenery, mountains and gentle hills, glens and river valleys, moorland and little plains

County Waterford
Filled with historic sites and lush green river valleys, stunning coastline and a vibrant city Waterford boasts a large Irish fishing fleet, at Dunmore east, and also some of Ireland's most pristine beaches

County Westmeath
Westmeath is an inland county that contains some delightful scenery - chiefly near the centre of the county, where a number of lakes with wooded shores and surrounding hills provide many charming views

County Wexford
Nestled in the south-east of Ireland, Wexford not only has a fantastic coastline with plenty of attractions, but is also a county rich in history

County Wicklow
Situated just south of Dublin, County Wicklow is dominated by a great mass of domed granite mountains, penetrated by deep glens and wooded valleys