In the far west of Europe, against the winds and rain, facing the ocean, stands Ireland: a land of pride and passion. Despite the hostility of the climate and the elements, Ireland remains a unique region that attracts a little more visitors each year. At the origin of this success was the warmth of the Irish people. An island like a concentrate of landscapes. Nature insolent and wild, nothing seems to have given way under the hand of Man. Punctuated by green meadows running down into the sea, hostile moors, enchanting forests, ghostly lakes, the island environment is unquestionably free; a term that also perfectly describes the Irish people who have worked for centuries to build their freedom. Irish history, more than anywhere else, is sealed in stone and the mirages of the past, as if emerging from the mist, recall a painful history: the ghettos of Belfast, the docks of Dublin, the hell of Connemara... Streams of Guinness, ancestral Celtic songs, red hair, a wild game of hurling or rugby... the islanders do everything they can to make people discover and appreciate this magnificent land they cherish so much. In their songs and legends, they tell the history of the country with so many feelings that they contaminate the attentive walker in record time. The recalcitrant spirit may resist, but he will throw down his weapons by pushing the door of a pub! Warmth and hospitality are the key words of this exhilarating island, on the borders of Europe.