Probably of Carolingian origin, the abbey of Notre-Dame d'Alet was once a Benedicitine monastery. An important pilgrimage developed here in the 11 C around a fragment of the True Cross. During this period, the Popes. After a difficult period during the 12 C and 13 C - when some of the monks were even accused of heresy-the abbey experienced a growth in status when Pope John XX11 created a new bishopric in the Upper Aude Valley and established the new cathedral at Alet. During the 16 C, Alet was marked by the Wars of Religion: the cathedral and the old abbey were sacked in 1573. The abbey's beautiful ochre sandstone ruins read like an art history book, with their attractive combination of Romasque and Gothic architectural features.
The Gothic church of Saint-Martin has retained its Romanesque layout, with one nave and two side aisles.
Situated near Limoux, the church of Notre-Dame de Marceille, has many of the typical features of the 14 C
Languedoc Gothic style.
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Annamoe - is a small picturesque village in County Wicklow that is well known for its fishery. The small stone humpback bridge is a popular place for tourists to stop and view the beautiful County Wicklow scenery.
Arklow - town is an excellent base to explore the Vale of Avoca and the Wicklow Mountains. The glorious
sandy beaches of Brittas bay and Clogga are well worth a visit. There are many activities you can
participate in when you visit Arklow such as angling, golfing and swimming.
Ashford - is a scenic village and home to the famous Mount Usher Gardens, which boast a famous collection
of plants gathered from all corners of the world. Devils Glen Woodland and Waterfall is located
4 km west of Ashford on the road to Glenalough via Nuns Cross. The waterfall and pool at the
head of the glen is called the devils Punchbowl.
Aughrim - is famous for its granite and is often referred to as the granite village due to the large amount of
buildings constructed using local granite . Liverpool Cathedral was also built using this stone. In
Aughrim there is a commemorative memorial to honour the memory of those involved in the 1798
Avoca - "There is not in the wide world a valley so sweet as that vale in whose bosom the bright waters meet" So sang Thomas Moore in 1807. The Vale of Avoca, already popular in his time, took on
immortality. The popular series "Ballykissangel" was filmed here.
Baltinglass - is a place oozing in heritage. Bronze Age burial chambers (5,000 years old) have been excavated on the Pinnackle, a 383 metre hill. The Abbey, founded by the King of Leinster
Dermont Mc Murroughin 1148, was built for the Cistercian order of monks, however only ruins
Blessington - village is on edge of the Wicklow Mountains and has the biggest manmade lake in Ireland and
offers fantastic leisure activities and a beautiful lake drive (35 KM) Close by is Russborough,
one of the most beautiful of all the great 18th century houses of Ireland.
Bray - is a quintessential 19th century town with a promenade and an exhilarating cliff walk and the
magnificent Bray Head.
Brittas Bay - has a 5 km stretch of beautiful white sand dunes and clean beaches and has won and
maintained the blue flag for many years now. It is ideal for bathing, sailing and walking.
Donard - is an enchanting village at the northern end of the Glen of Imaal. The Dwyer McAllister Cottage,
which is a few kilometres southeast of the town, is worth a visit to anyone interested in Irish
Glendalough - and its monastic site has been one of the most sacred Christian places in Ireland for
over a thousand years. today it still retains its haunting beauty with two silent lakes
between steep mountains. Ancient monastic ruins and round tower, rare and
beautiful oak forest, exciting cliffs for rock-climbers and mining relics provide endless
Kilcoole - just south of Greystones was famous for being the film location of TV series 'Glenroe' can
visit Gelnroe Pet Farm. The shingle beach in Kilcoole is a paradise for birdwatchers. This nature
reserve runs all the way to Wicklow town where it leads to the Broadlough
Rathdrum - town, situated high on the western side of the beautiful Avonmore valley, offers majestic views of
Avonmore River, which flows through the Vale of Clara. the town has been the location of films like " Michael Collins", "A Love Divided" and " Durango" Avondale House and Forest Park is
set on 500 acres. It was the birthplace of Charles Stewart Parnell, one of the greatest
political leaders of modern Irish History.
Roundwood - claims to be the highest in Ireland, and has a lovely setting on the edge of the Wicklow
Shillelagh - is a 17th century planned estate village, with attractive terrace stone houses and a handsome
courthouse with a clock tower. Tomnafinnoge Oak Forest, standing just off the Tinahely road, is one of the largest standing oak forests in the country. The Irish shillelagh originates from this
Wicklow - town is built on the side of a great promontory overlooking the sea; Wicklow enjoys one of the
most attractive settings of any Irish town. A centre for fishing, sailing and walking, it has easy
access to many of the wonders of the surrounding county including Wicklow Gaol, Wicklow
Head and the ruins of Black Castle.
Welcome to Asa - the idyll by the seat. Located in north Halland, with a landscape where the west coast cliffs meet the shallow beaches of the southern west coast. Here you don't have to choose, you can have both! Asa is the perfect spot when you want to be near everything while of the same time being able to return 'home' to peace and quiet in the evenings. Gothenburg is a short 30 min north and Varberg 20 min south, making Asa the perfect starting point for outings along the entire west coast. Everything you need is available just around the corner, including the beach if you simply feel like relaxing. many of ourguests return year after year.
Many have come here as a child and are now returning with their own children and grandchildren. We have noticed how new guests often end up staying longer than planned , extending by a few more days, or returning later in the season on their way back from their travels. We believe it is simply too difficult to leave an idyll once you've found it . The Angergord family.
A day on Halland's shallow sandy beaches can be restful or action- packed. If you, or maybe your children, choose the latter, you can rest assured that Halland's campsites can offer relaxing apres - beach afterwards.
There is something for all the family here: troubadour evenings, pub quizzes and adventure golf with the children. In summer, Halland also offers song festivals and summer variety.
Top places to visit.
The castle is open to the public all year round and is one of Sweden's most remarkable buildings. The lavish castle was completed in 1904.
On Hallandsasen, you can try unuasual and adrenaline-filled activities. Throw yourself down the summer toboggan run or ride the 600 metre zipline. Groups can try laser clay pigeon shooting.
Halland Museum of CulturalHistory, Varberg Fortress.
Walk in the Bocksten man's footsteps - who was he ?
Experience a journey through Halland's history from the Stone Age to present-day Gekas=, go ona guided tour and finish with a coffee at Kafe' Kulknappen.
The family firm by Lake Bolmen runs environmentally friendly commercial fishing and farms rainbow trout in cages. here you can enjoy fresh and smoked fish in the restaurant and the farm shop. Take the opportunity to visit Bonassmuseet ( tapestry museum) in Unnaryds Hembygdspark (homestead park), with 200 years of tapestry tradition.
Gekas Ullared is Scandinnavia's biggest superstore and one of Swede,'s most popular destinations.
Set in the tranquillity of the lush green semi- tropical gardens of kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz, the grill & fish restaurant Gazebo celebrates al fresco dining in a variety of flavours. Savour the fresh catch of the day
paired with a wonderful fruity white wine bar for a light lunch in the garden or a pleasant dinner on balcony summer nights
the Academy of Dance Arts offers Junior Ballet classes for children from three years, Senior Ballet classes, and classes in Spanish Dance, Jazz, Hip Hop and Contemporary. The Academy also offers movement Classes for children between one and three years.
For more info or to register, Tel: 2142 163 or
or visit us during our Open Days on 3 and 10 September ( 9am to 1 pm)
Classes will be starting on 26th September. To register:
- Call on 2142 1632 or
- Visit dancearts.com.mt
- Visit our new studios in Valletta Road, Mosta during Open Days on 3 and 10 September (9am - 1 pm)
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Travel across 700 years of history and discover the chivalrous world of the Hospitaller Knights of St John.
Wander in an authentic site beneath the Sacra Infermeria and relive and experience a past golden age through sights and sounds, from the Crusades to the Great Seige, the glorious Hospital, the Plague and much more.
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday
July to October - 9.30 am to 5.30 pm - Last Admission 5.00 pm
November - June - 9.30 am to 4.30 pm - Last Admission 4.00 pm
The Knights Hospitallers
Mediterranean Conference Centre,
The village of Lagrasse is the site of one of the largest benedicitine abbeys in the south of France, the Abbaye Sainte - Marie d' Orbieu, founded at the beginning of the Carolingian period. The monastery
experienced great prosperity and exerted considerable intellectual influence between the 11 C and 13 C, as well as in the 17 C, with the arrival of the benedicitines of Saint- Maur. For all these reasons, Lagrassehas a wealth of architectural features to be admired by visitors. From the Romanaque period, the abbey has retained the remains of a white marble doorway sculpted by the workshop of the Master of Cabestany, as well as three apsidioles in the southern arm of the church. The majority of the medieval buildings were commissioned by Abbot Auger de Gogenx (1279 - 1309), including the rebuilding of the church, the monk's
dormitory and the Chapelle Saint- Barthelemy. The enormous bell tower was the work of a 16 C abbot, Philippe de Levis, while the main cloisters and the new Abbots' Palace were built in the 18 C. the medieval bridge over the Orbieu leads to the heart of the village, well worth a visit for its streets lined with medieval houses, the parish church of Saint-Michel and the "Maison du Patrimoine de Lagrasse"
Abbaye Sainte - Marie d' Orbieu - 4 rive gauche - BP 4
Close to the beach, heated pool 250 m, mosquito -free, nature experiences, family-friendly. Newly built
service buildings. Family packages, training camps, conferences, 12/ 10/2/4 book 7 days before arrival.
By the sea between Hallevik and Nogersund. From the E 22 turning towards route 123 Nogersund.
renowned for its scenery, Wicklow is known as the 'Garden of Ireland' and boasts many fine examples at the grand houses of Kilruddery, russborough, Avondale and Powerscourt.
Between them, they also offer stunning historical scenery, architecture, art, cascading waterfalls and lakes.
As for those whose idea of relaxation is the stretch the legs and not rest them. Wicklow is a haven for walkers. Choose from short strolls to the multi-day Wicklow Way the longest self-guided walking route in the country.
Hidden around every corner are rich and interesting attractions including the 6th century monastic centre of
Glenalough in the Wicklow Mountains National Park. The villages of Avoca and Kilcoole are also worth
visiting. Both provided locations for the popular television series Ballykissangel and Glenroe.
Two popular seaside towns that vibrate with excitmennt are Greystones which offers beautiful cliff walks, boutique shopping and fine dining while Bray is a year-round resort with an amusement park, bowling, an arts centre and an aquarium.
For the adventurous, there's an unparalled range of activities including horse riding, mountain biking, kayaking, quad bike riding and falconery. On the subject of eagles, the county has an amazing catalogue of golf courses. You don't have to have hawk eyes to spot the potential for fun in Wicklow.
Ballybay Wetlands Centre - Ballybay, Co Monaghan Tel; 042 9748022
The wetland environment centre is the first building within the Nature Station
master plan conceived by Solearth for the 65 acre farm and wetland area in Co Monaghan. It provides a new restaurant, seminar rooms and support facilities
for the experiencing and studying of wetlands and migratory birds.
Rossmore Forest Park - Monaghan, Forest and lakeside walks; nature trails; viewing points; picnic areas; toilets and car park (E.......charge per car on Sat and Sun)
Lough Muckno Leisure Park - Castelblayney. Several small walks, parking, picnic area, toilets and there is a bar and restaurant in Hope Castle.
Hollywood Park - 7 km from Monaghan(off Ballinode - Scotstown Road).
Fishing, nature walks, play area; boating; swimming; picnic area; toilets and car park.
Dartry Forest (Bellamont Forest Park) - Rockcorry (1.5 km from Cootehill).
Walks in Dartrey and Bellamont Forest are available, the forest is
bordered by a famine wall which stretches half way along the
road from Cootehill to Rockcorry.
Fane River Park - Inniskeen, Offered peace seekers an opportunity to pause for a rest or a picnic, or take a walk along the road from Cootehill to Rockcorry.
Billy Fox Memorial Park - Shantonagh. The Billy Fox Memorial park is located 5 km along the Coothill to
Ballybay route where there are some good forest walks.
Derrygorry / Favour Royal Peoples Millennium Forest - Emyvale.
These two woodlands are essentially part of one forest since they lie beside one
another on both sides of the border approximately 15 km north of Monaghan
town. Walks, picnic areas, etc are available.
Emy Lough Emyvale - Located just outside Emyvale, the well maintained lake complete with recreation and
picnic area makes Emy Lough a good place for a relaxing break or a stroll
Monaghan Veteran & Vintage Club - Ballinode, Co Monaghan Tel: 047 57249
The museum illustrates changes in the way of life of country people in the twentieth century. Exhibits include steam and oil driven engines, early tractors, ancient kitchen utensils, old farmhouse furniture, public house
artifacts etc. The club has a Field Day held on the first Sunday in July.
Open: Viewing by arrangement
The Pays d' Aude is an old Christian land, although the area adopted the new religion of Christianity relatively late, in the second half of the 3C. The present -day Aude was in the heart of a region known originally as Narbonesis, and later as Septimania. The Gallo- Roman civilisation was already established in the region at that time, and was influenced by many different cultures and religions. The first christian communities settled in Narbonne, the main town in this part of the Mediterranean. Christians gradually moved into the surrounding countryside, which soon became part of a vast Visigothic kingdom.
Following the creation of a bishopric in Narbonne in the 4C and one in Carcassonne in 587, the practice of
Christianity became widespread in the region. By the 8 C the religion was so well established in the Pays d' Aude that the area withstood pressure from Muslim incursions. With the arrival of the Franks, and especially during the reign of Charlemagne and his successors, the Carolingian kings, the expansion of Christinaty was supported by the building of new churches in the centre of rural towns and cities alike. The parish church became a central rallying point for Christian communities.
it was also at this time that the first monastic communities appeared, all of which adopted the rule of St.Benedict of Nursia. The Pays d' Aude was soon covered with a " white blanket" of Benedictine abbeys, the the most influential of which included Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse, Saint-Hilaire, Saint-Polycarpe, Sainte-Marie de Monolieu, Saint-Pierre and St Paul de Caunes- Minervois, Saint - Papoul and Sainte- Marie d' Alet.
The Carolingian monastery of Saint-Papoul was founded in the 8C In 1317, Pope John XX11 transformed the abbey church into a cathedral. Thirty-seven bishops controlled this bishopric before it was supressed in 1790. Today the remains of the old monastery can be visited, including the church, with its 14 C nave and 12 C choir, recently restored Baroque decor, 14 Gothic cloister and fine chevet. The latter is one of the masterpieces of the 12 C Southern Romanasque style and some of its storiated capitals and modillions are the work of the famous Master of Cabestany. The Bishops' Palace, a magnificent building dating from the 17C and 18C, is not open to the public. Saint-Papoul is now used to host musical and cultural events during the summer months.
The Collegiate church of Castelnandary
The site of two famous battles during the Albigensian Crusade, Castelnaudary has been the capital of the
Lauragais since the 15C The parish church by Pope John XX11 in 1318, has all the typical arshitectural features of the Southern Gothic style.
Practical Information: Saint Papoul abbey : closed in January and on Sunnday Mornings
Opened: From April to June and September
From 10am to 12,30am and from 2pm to 5.30pm
July and August from 10 am to 12.30 and 2pm to 6.30pm
February, March, October, November and December
From 10am to 11.30am and 2pm to 4.30pm
Abbaye de Saint-Papoul
7 place Monseigneur de Langle
11400 Saint -Papoul
In the same area, you must pay a visit to the Luzas Church in Tolva. it has a basilical plan and three naves ended in semicircular apses, as well as a tower belfry. Dosen't it remind you about the Alaon one? And in Capella, on the banks of the Isabena , look for the reflection of the San Martin Church or the medieval bridge with seven arches.
On the outskirts, ask about the Chapel of Nuestra Senora del Plan. And if you want to continue having a good plan, come closer to Montanana in order to enjoy the front with six archivolts and the fussy capitals of the church of Nuestra Senora de Baldos. In the uninhabited Pano, pay a visit to the Chapel of San Anton and, in la Puebla de Castro, the one of San Roman de Castro . You will check that the stones sometimes talk or, at least, captivate.
Nickstabadets Camping & Vandrarhem is located on Nynashamn's most popular beach by the waterslide and diving tower. Perfect for families with children. Affiliated to STF, SCR and Nordic Camping & Resort.
Prices: youth hostel from........SEK per person, cottages from ......Sek per night, camping in a tent from ......
Sek per night, caravan .........Sek per night.
Tourist Information office Nynashamn
Fiskargrand 5 in the Fishing Harbour
Maybe Sweden's most exclusive spa with a unique location on the water set against the unbroken horizon.
Nynas Havsbad dates from the beginning of the 29th century, when it opened its doors to the celebrities and royalities of the time.
Luxury Day Spa Package with a 20-minute treatment of your choice. Entrance to the spa, a delicious wrap with filling, a 20-minute treatment of your choice and loan of bathrobe and slippers.
The choice treatment is made at the time of booking. Monday - Friday 10am - 3pm Price.......SEK pp
Luxury Saturday Spa Bliss with treatment and lunch
Entrance to the spa, loan of bathrobe and slippers, a lovely 20-minute treatment and a two-course lunch in
our restaurant Vintertradgarden. Saturday 09am - 1pm Price .......SEK per person
Scenic Saturday dip with dinner Entrance to the spa, loan of bathrobes and slippers, a refreshing body / mind workout 5pm to 6pm and a two-course dinner at 6.30pm in our restaurant Vitertradgarden.
Price ......SEK per person
Come along on an exciting fishing adventure in Nynashamn Archipelago. Go out on specially equipped boats with professional guides to show and teach you how to fish for, example, pike and sea trout. Beginners and
professionals are welcome.
All equipment such as life jacket / buoyancy suit and fishing tackle is included.
Departs from the Fishing Harbour. Half-day tour: 4 hours
Whole-day tour: 7 hours
Daily departures. Pre-booking only. Min number of participants: 2/boat. Max number of participants: 4/boat
Hire a safe, stable sea kayak and explore the beautiful and easily accessible archipelago around Nynashamn. There are waters for paddling that are suitable for beginners and experienced kayakers. The price includes
a life jacket, cover paddle and a map of the archipelago outside Nynashamn. Knowledgeable and trained guides are present and able to suggest suitable tours. You will also be given a run-through of how to handle a kayak and other equipment on and by the water.
Open daily between 10am - 6pm until mid-September.
Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Non - swimmers strictly prohibited.
Guided tours also offered.
Prices: one man sea kayak from -------SEK
Two man sea kayak from ........Sek
Swallow Studios Art & Craft Gallery Annayalla, Castelblayney
County Monaghan. Tel: 042 9746614 www.lizchristy.com
Swallow studios in the heart of County Monaghan is the workshoo of hand weaver Liz Christy and batik artist louise Loughman. Colour plays a big part in the lives of these two artisans. Liz's hand woven scarves are well known as truly wearable art which are inspired by Monet's impressionist paintings
Open: Mon - Fri 10.00 - 18.00 Open Sat / Sun by arrangement
Ulster Canal Stores Cara Street, Clones , Co Monaghan
Tel: 047 52125/51718
The Stores incorporate Clones lace exhibition and sales, tea-shop for snacks and lunches, tourist information and local crafts. There are guided heritage tours available locally. Open all year
Tired of the city. Only 20 minutes away from the city's stone streets you can wander in the green outdoors in the Vikings' footsteps.
Upplands bro Route (total 29 km long) stretches through a varied landscape.
The route goes close to Kungslangen and bro railway station, which makes it simple to start your walk there. You will find a map at the website www.uoplands-bro.se
You can also go by shuttle train at Kalhall and travel 2.5 km to the Staket Bridge and where the Upplands
Rosaring - a cultural area with large burial plots, one of the country's largest mazes and a unique stone-edged
processional route. Take the shuttle train to Bro and from there bus to Smido, follow the Lassa church path and carry on one km
Sodertalje is a charming town that has something to offer everyone. We have plenty of restaurants, stores and boutiques, attractions and famous old sights. In less than one hour by train you get from Stockholm Central Station and Arlanda Airport.to Sodertalje.
Tom Tits Experiment is Sweden's largest science centre with hundreds of different experiments for the whole family to enjoy. During the summer the outdoor park is open with many different water games to play with and explore. Come rsin or sunshine Tom Tits Experiment offers activities to last you a whole day! There is also a restaurant, a cafe and a picnic room in the area.
Do not miss to visit our many other attractions when you are here. Such as Torekalberget's Open Air Museum, Sydpoolen, Marcus Wallenberg Hall and much more.
Experience Lake Malaren's beaches by paddling the Viking Route which passes Kairobadet. Sattra open- air area and Runsa Hill Fort. The Viking Route starts at the Staket Bridges and ends in Uppsala. The Route is 8 miles long and passes hill forts and through beautiful natural surroundings along Lake Malaren's beaches.
if you want to bathe, there are bathing areas at Lake Malaren, Kairo and Sattra. Coffee areas and canoe hire are available when Kairobadet is open in the summer.
If you want to wander along Lake Malaren there are several alternatives to choose from. One rambling route takes you past several thousand-year-old graves and one of Sweden's largest ship barrows.
By the sea. take national road 9 towards Simrishamn, the site is 2 km east of Ystad.
The cottages are approx 30m with one bedroom with two beds, living room with dining area for five and a sofa bed that turns into a double bed with a top bunk. Shower & WC in service building.
We also have smaller cottages, 10m for two persons. The cottages have a double bed, pillows and blankets.
The gem of the south-east coast is located east of Karlskrona. Trummenas Havsbad och Camping, a
beautifully situated family campsite with the sea on its doorstep. Stay of this well - run campsite with fresh toilets that are new this year. , on large, easily accessible pitches with safe electricity. We have activities for all tastes, such as an 128-hole golf course, cycleways and footpaths and lots of places to visit. Ibn peak season, we offer different forms of entertainment. We have a well - stocked offer - hours shop with everything you need during your stay. A warm welcome from Jannne and staff.
Some kilometres before arriving at Obarra, stop at the path in the cathedral of Roda de Isabena, which was erected on the ancient see of the bishopric of Ribagorza. It began to be built by the chevet at the turn of the XI century. The three naves and the front would come afterwards, but what will you enjoy, without a doubt, is a walk along its cute cloister weaved with semicircular arches and simple columns with crude capitals.
In the middle of the stillness and the silence, you will find the most Eastern Aragonese monastery. Look for it between Aren and Pont de Suert, in Sopeira, a cold and beauty village sheltered by an
impressive rocky massif. The Monastery of Santa Maria de Alaon was founded in the Visigothic
period and was refurbished in the X1 century. This church is as austere as the life of these villages, with three naves ended in semicircular apes with blind little arches and the Jaca's checker pattern. It is the simplicity of the stone that becomes art.
In the heart of Sobarbe, the old medieval-town of Ainsa shows up, ready to show you all its charms. Disappear into the walled castle and its legends, along the paved streets and buildings or just travel along its unforgettable porticoed square. In one of the corners, the church of Santa Maria is waiting for you since the X1 and X11 centuries. Its charm lies in a nave with semicircular apse and a huge front designed with four archivolts that lean on many other pairs of columns with carved capitals. Have a good look at the crypt riddled with little coloums, the triangular cloister and the huge tower with a square plan that once had a defensive role during the medieval period, a religious one, and that is the perfect top artistically talking.
In the same area, you must pay a visit to the Luzas Church in Tolva. It has a basilical plan and three naves ended in semicircular apes, as well as a tower belfry. Doesn't it remind you about the Alaon one? And in Capella, on the banks of the Isabena, look for the reflection of the San Martin Church or the medieval bridge with seven arches.
On the outskirts, ask about the Chapel of Nuestra Senora del Plan.And if you want to continue having a good plan, come closer to Moiontanana in order to enjoy the front with six archivolts and the fussy capitals of the church of Nuestra Senora de Baldos. In the uninhabited Pano, pay a visit to the Chapel of San Anton and in La Puebla de Castro, the one of San Roman de Castro. You will check that the stones sometimes talk or, at least captivate.
Aragon tourism office
Avda Cesar Augusto, 25
Farmer's markets have experienced considerable growth in recent years. They are food markets where local
growers, farmers', and artisan food producers sell their products directly to the consumer. Take in the atmosphere of our farmers' markets, by browsing around and sampling the local and organic produce such ss farmhouse cheeses, salmon, meats and a wide range of organic fruits and vegetables.
Enchsance your Dublin's Doorstep holiday by learning a new skill or improving an old one - find out what our cookery schools have to offer the budding chef.
Many are located in idyllic locations using the produce from their kitchen gardens to create dishes.
The Village at Lyons Cookery School, Celbridge, Co Kildare
Tel: 01 6303500
The village at Lyons has teamed up with well known cook and author, Clodagh McKenna, to launch The
Village at Lyons Cookery School. The Cookery School offers an extensive range of cookery classes covering everything from classic French cooking to tapas and BBQ's
The Ivy Cookery School, Thornvikle, Feighcullen, Rathangan, Co Kikdare
Tel: 087 3105373
Enjoy an evening with friends at the ivy, watch a cookery demonstration and savour the food.
Ghan House Cookery School, Carlingford, Co Louth
Tel: 042 9373682
Ghan House Cookery schol is located to medieval Carlingford village and set within walled grounds which have a herb garden.
An Grianan, Termonfeckin, Co Louth
Tel: 041 9822119 www.ghanhouse.com
An Grianan is a unique centre that combined a mid-week break with courses in arts, crafts, cookery, leisure,
personal development and self care for individuals or groups of adults of any age or skill level.
Billie O'Shea and her team offer a wide range of courses at the modern purpose built facility located in Co Meath and only 15 minutes from nearby Castleknock. With a friendly approach to teaching hands on cookery.
Bespoke Cookery School, Herberstown, Stsmulien, Co Meath
Tel: 01 8355822 Web: www.bespokecuisine.com
Castle Leslie Cookery School Glasslough, Co Monaghan
On of the best known cookery schools in Ireland, offers tailor made cookery courses personally designd by an expert team of chefs.
Ballyknocken Cookery School Glenealy, Ashford, Co Wicklow
Tel; 0404 44627 Web: www.thecookeryschool.ie
Run by T.V. chef/proprieter Catherine Fulvio, Ballyknocken Cookery School offers a selection of day, weekend and residential courses with themes such as Gourmet Cooking, BBQ, Southern Italian Cuisine and baker's delight to name out a few.
Suncat Malta Charters is proud to introduce its three New Charters - The Daily Charter
The Sunset Charter
The Weekly Charter
So hop on board with us and sail along the magnificent Northern Coastline of Malta - the Island Republic known as the navel of the world, because of its position in the centre of the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
Experience the beautiful sunset from Paradise bay on our 'Sunset Charter'
The lagoon 410 Catamaran departs from Xemxija or Bugibba. trip, we will be cruising the Islands of St.Paul, Smugglers' cave, The Crystal Lagoon and the Blue Lagoon, departing at 9.30 a.m and returning to
Xemxija or Bugibba at 6.00 p.m. Soft drinks, water and light snacks are offered on board and a selection of menus, including barbecue food, is also available.
Transport from and to your accommodation is available on request.
The Charter boat is fitted out with state -of -the - art safety equipment; GPS, life -jackets, life rafts, life rings,fire extinguishers, solar panels, wind generator, water maker, 2 VHF Radios, autopilot , radar, depth
sounder, two anchors, maps, audio system with Bluetooth, and so forth.
The Lagoon 410 Catamaran easily accommodates 15 guests for Daily charter, and 10 guests for Weekly Charter, served by a crew.
Tailor - made Charters organised on request. Free WIFI on board
Suncat Malta Charters
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