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Quiz: Which Irish 'staycation' destination is this?

Many of us are holidaying at home this year, and there’s plenty of lovely places to visit.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH advice for this year is not to go abroad for holidays, so it’s meant that many of us have gone on a ‘staycation’ instead.

Ireland does have plenty to offer – you could go just about anywhere for a break away – but can you tell which popular spots are pictured below?

Best of luck!

Which coastal Clare town is this?
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Doolin
Lahinch

Doonbeg
Kilkee
A bridge connects this town to Kerry's Valentia Island. What's it called?
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Sneem
Kenmare

Cahersiveen
Portmagee
Where are we here?
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Westport
Galway

Tuam
Ballina
North of the border now, where is this?
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Ballycastle
Portrush

Newcastle
Warrenpoint
Which midlands town is this?
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Mullingar
Tullamore

Athlone
Birr
This south-eastern town is.... ?
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Enniscorthy
Kilmore Quay

Arklow
Tramore
Where's this then?
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Midleton
Carrigaline

Kinsale
Cobh
Where could you visit this lovely castle?
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Thurles
Kilkenny

Carlow
Portlaoise
Which east coast spot is this?
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Skerries
Bettystown

Carlingford
Bray
Last but not least, where in Donegal is this?
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Ballybofey
Glenties

Bundoran
Dungloe
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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