Good ol’ Ryanair has done it again!

Like a beacon of sun shining through the clouds, Ryanair has announced a flash sale in celebration of Paddy’s Day…and not a moment too soon!

Ireland’s favourite budget airline has come through for us again, in the form of the Shamrockin’ St. Patrick’s Day sale. 

There’s no easier way to break through the grey skies and get yourself some sun than booking a sneaky cheap flight.

So we’ve gone ahead and found four destinations that we think will take your fancy, starting from just €12.98 one way and all departing from Ireland West Airport in Knock!

Barcelona – €17.98 one way

Capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second city, Barcelona has a vibe all of it’s own, there’s no where else like it in the world.

There’s something to delight everyone in Barcelona.

If you’re a food lover then the city has a total of 20 Michelin stars, and if you want culture you’ve got an inexhaustible choice of beautiful buildings and events.

Add beaches, a world-class nightlife and so much great shopping you won’t know where to begin. Class.

Beautiful Barcelona. Image: avis.co.uk

Bristol – €12.98 one way

Bored and Bristol are two words you’ll never hear in the same sentence.

Whether it’s checking out world-class street art, or indulging in the amazing club scene, taking a plunge at the lido or getting a new perspective from the top of the Suspension Bridge or Cabot Tower, there’s plenty to keep you busy in Bristol!

Bangin’ Bristol.

Tenerife – €24.98 one way

Known as the ‘Land of Eternal Spring’, it’s no surprise that sun-seekers have been flocking to Tenerife for years.

World-class beaches and bars, a rich culture and history, the small Spanish island has it all

The largest of the seven Canary Islands, Tenerife really has something for everyone.

Tantalising Tenerife.

Faro – €24.98 one way

The eternal joys of sunshine, beaches, bars and great seafood…that’s Faro in Portugal.

Beyond that there’s even a rare natural environment just offshore, a lagoon with a maze of waterways between islands.

And then on top of that, within Faro’s ancient walls sits a peaceful old town full of the city’s top landmarks.

The actual dream.