The Irish tourist board has revealed the most popular outdoor destinations in the country.
The board said the top 10 are:The city of Leinster has topped the list for outdoor experience, followed by the island of Shannon, Mayo, County Kerry, Kerry, Co Galway, Kerry County, Donegal, County Clare and Limerick.
The list includes many popular outdoor experiences, including camping, swimming and hiking.
It also includes some places that are not quite as popular.
For example, the Mayo Nature Park, a popular attraction in the city of Mayo, is closed for the winter season.
However, it is open for tours this year.
The National Nature Park is closed in March and April and closed again for the spring.
The Galway Nature Park was closed for a winter period.
The Leinsters top five outdoor destinations are:Dingle, the country’s largest city, has been named the most beautiful.
The city has a long tradition of being home to many of Ireland’s best outdoor attractions.
The best outdoor experienceDublin’s National Park was named the best in Ireland by the Irish Travel Awards and was awarded the top award for its outdoor adventure experience in 2017.
Dublin has a beautiful urban parkland with over 300km of trails, many of which are well maintained.
The park also has many attractions for families.
Dubs most popular park, the Coney Island, was named number three for its unique nature park.
The amusement park was closed in 2015.