Share your holiday photos and stories from Ireland


Breathtaking photos, funny stories, connection stories? We want to share your photos and stories. Read on to find out how to share your vacation memories with our global audience.

It’s been a strange few years, to say the least. Most of us have had to change or delay all of our vacation plans and those of us who dream of Ireland are just starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. To celebrate the reopening of Ireland and this tiny island of European beauty, we would like to invite IrishCentral readers to share their photos with us.

“I close my eyes and imagine the emerald of the sea from the fishing boats of Dingle to the shores of Donaghdee,” as the wonderful Johnny Cash sang. We are there with him. This July we want to share your Irish holiday memories through photos and stories.

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Perhaps you took a particularly beautiful photo of the countryside? From the Cliffs of Moher to the Wicklow Hills and the beautiful rugged coastlines of Northern Ireland, we would love to see your picturesque holiday photos.

Share them with us on social media using the hashtag #IrishCentralPhotos or send an email to [email protected]

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Do you have any wonderful vacation memories you would like to share with the IrishCentral global community? Log on to IrishCentral Storytellers and share an article and images with the Irish community around the world.

Whether it’s a vacation memory you’d like to share, a special connection to Ireland you want to celebrate, or the best vacation itinerary through Ireland you’ve been on and have it all just loved it, we want to know everything.

Learn more about IrishCentral Storytellers and log in here. Submit at least 300 words and images, which you have permission to use, and submit it to our editors for review.

https://www.irishcentral.com/become-a-contributor

This July IrishCentral is celebrating the Holidays in Ireland and we want you to be a part of history! Your images and stories will be used on IrishCentral throughout the month.

Good road!

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