There’s no need to head abroad for a beach break – there are some beautiful stretches of sand up and down Ireland’s coast. Even if the weather’s not great, all that dreary rain just keeps the clifftops green and the crowds at bay.
Ireland’s verdant green countryside is dotted with castles, from imposing stately edifices to atmospheric ruins, and no visit is complete without climbing to the turret-top of at least one of these beauties.
Let’s talk about black lava fields broken up by eye-popping white cottages and the occasional palm tree. Sandy beaches hidden from view behind volcanic hills. Boat-fresh seafood cooked by the earth’s natural heat and washed down with a cold glass of local white wine. This is the real Lanzarote – and this is the best of it.
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Go ‘out out’ in MK after the match and see a different side to the Buckinghamshire ‘burb.
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Enjoy a long hot soak at one of these luxurious bath houses in the ‘City of Spas’.