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Ireland recommendations

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I'm looking for places in Ireland to visit with a varied coastline (preferably Atlantic coastline), small lanes, green (with trees, not too bleak), interesting towns and not too touristy. I don't want golf courses or holiday developments!

We plan to go in April next year, travelling around a bit but it would be good to stay somewhere for a while to explore.

We love the Llyn Peninsular, so if anyone knows of anywhere in Ireland that has that sort of feel it would be good start.

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