From A Day Away with Digital PR team – November 2010
Ross Castle’s Lake
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Beautiful multicolor beach in Doonbeg.
The labyrinth of the Kränzel manor in Cermes, a little village near to Lana and Merano.
The Kränzel manor has huge vineyards and fields on an area of 4.5 hectares. 1.7 hectares of them are used for an enchanting labyrinth.
Inside one of the ancient larch trees of Santa Geltrude in Val d’Ultimo at 1400 mt. In 1930 one of the originally fours trees tipped over, which boasted more than 2,000 annual rings.
Ultental Valley landscape, near Meran, from St. Nikolaus to St. Gertraud
Copper Alley is a famous site which dates back to the 13th Century and follows the route of an earlier Viking street. By the 17th Century it had become known as Copper Ally, taking its name from the money which was minted there.
Ross Castle (late 1400) is the ancestral home of the O’Donoghue clan. It is located on the edge of Lough Leane, in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland.