Serene doesn’t begin to describe the unspoiled and windswept plains of the Aran Islands, which are interrupted only by the wildflowers that dot its legendary cliffs.
A visit to Inis Meáin, just 15 miles off the west coast of mainland Ireland via the Galway Bay, is like stepping back in time. With only 200 inhabitants, and spanning just 3 miles, this “middle” Aran Island has kept its rural traditions of farming, fishing, sports and music alive for centuries. The least visited of the three islands, the wild landscape, often covered in mist, is divided by hundreds of miles of rough stone. Leave behind your city stresses and spend some time among the surging seas and natural beauty of an island luxuriously off the grid.
An elemental experience awaits at this natural designer den, where cashmere hugs, rock walls shield, and simplicity is elegant. Insanely popular foodie destination where the maverick chef-owner prepares food from the seas, straight from the heart.read more
The “We’re getting married” is quickly followed by let’s see the ring and a how & where did he or she pop the question.So with whoever you want to tie the knot, you need to ensure that the old romantic in you is out to play and impress when you declare your love and perhaps the local pub is not the picture perfect spot to get down on one knee.read more