Chalet Ireland

Travelling and seeing the beauty of the world provides a positive impact on one’s mental health. Exploring new places will leave you recharged and relaxed. Travelling will help you grow, no matter if you are traveling solo or with your friends and family. Nature.house gives you the chance to experience this through offering accommodation in Ireland. The chalets that you’ll find on the island are cozy and perfect for any vacation, regardless if you trael solo or with your friends and family.

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Chalet Ireland

Travelling and seeing the beauty of the world provides a positive impact on one’s mental health. Exploring new places will leave you recharged and relaxed. Travelling will help you grow, no matter if you are traveling solo or with your friends and family. Nature.house gives you the chance to experience this through offering accommodation in Ireland. The chalets that you’ll find on the island are cozy and perfect for any vacation, regardless if you trael solo or with your friends and family.

European treasure to visit

Ireland is located in the North Atlantic. Separated from Great Britain, by the North Channel to its east along with the St George’s Channel and the Irish Sea, the country has incredible sea views. Ireland is the second largest island in the British Isles and the third largest in. Geographically Ireland’s central pain is built upon low lying mountains with several rivers extending inland. The lush vegetation of Ireland is a product of the mild but changeable climate, free of extreme changes in temperatures. Much of Ireland during the Middle Ages was covered in woodland, but as of today, woodland makes up to 10% of the island, compared with average of 33% to most of Europe.

When most people think of Ireland they imagine the marvelous green scenery. To protect the green scenery and wildlife that everyone loves, the country created six national parks located in Mayo, Galway, Wicklow, Donegal, Kerry and Clare. In addition to them there are more than 76 nature reserves in Ireland. Each of them contains a diversity of wildlife.

Killarney National Park, established in 1932, was Ireland’s first national park. Since its creation, it has been expanded and became a Special Area of Conservation and a UNESCO Biosphere back. The park, located in Co. Kerry, hosts the highest mountain range in all of Ireland, while also including the Lakes of Killarney, many species of plants and part of the mammal species for the area.

Staying active during your holiday

Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle, and everyone who was able to visit it will have their opinion and experience surrounding that name. The landscape of Ireland is a stunning palette of greens, while the coast-line provides a view of the Wild Atlantic Ocean like no other to the east and lush sight of the Irish Sea to the east.

Activities in Ireland are iconic for their variety including camping, being the best way to experience the beauty of the country. Coastal paths like the Causeway Coast and most notably the Wild Atlantic Way are stunning while the most epic views are from the peninsulas - Inishowen, Beara and Dingle.

Saddle riders no matter if regular or beginners are comforted by the great places to enjoy a ride in Ireland. Not to mention the many equestrian houses that offer lessons, mini treks and some cross-country adventures. The Irish coast is a wonderful place to test your abilities in sailing courses during the summer months. No matter if you rent a boat and sail away to the beyond of relaxation or test your sailing skills there is something for everyone.