Make the move
Ireland South East is well known for its hours of sunshine, miles of sandy beaches, beautiful mountain trails and active social lives built around sport, clubs and community.
Make the move today.
Life in Ireland South East is where you can afford to live in lots of space, where you can be on the beach or climbing a mountain within 30 minutes of finishing work and where quick access to our remote working venues can increase your leisure time.
“We have made this a nice home for ourselves and are surrounded by friends.”
Tatjana Basek, Keltech
Ireland South East has over 300km of pristine coastline, 13 blue flag beaches, wild mountain ranges, and a network of greenways, blueways and trails. There is no surprise that it is home to Ireland’s most diverse and exhilarating array of outdoor and adventure activities, from kite surfing to climbing or swimming.
Ireland South East is the top region for high quality remote and co-working spaces. There is a choice of innovative and inspiring office space that can cater for entrepreneurs, professionals, and team hubs. All your business needs are catered for from meeting rooms to video conferencing. You can even access excellent ancillary services such as networking, mentoring, and informative events.
We are famous for our tradition of hurling but Ireland South East residents enjoy top-class facilities and clubs in all activities including golf, hill walking, athletics, soccer, basketball and tennis. A great way to become part of the community is to join one of the many welcoming clubs in whatever is your preferred hobby.
Ireland South East is the most affordable city region for first time buyers, house prices in general are 20% better value than the national average, and childcare costs in the South East are over 50% cheaper than in Dublin. And with a choice of 461 primary and 97 second level schools, it’s no wonder so many families are choosing to relocate to the region.
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Ireland South East has dozens of festivals all year round