The Aran Islands are a group of three islands located at the mouth of Galway Bay, on the west coast of Ireland. The largest island is Inishmore the middle and second-largest is Inishmaan.
The Burren is a unique karst-landscape region in northwest County Clare, in Ireland and one of the largest Karst landscapes in Europe.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a rope suspension bridge near Ballintoy Co.Antrim Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny Carrick Island.
The Cliffs of Moher boast one of Ireland's most spectacular views On a clear day the Aran Islands are visible in Galway Bay as are the valleys and hills of Connemara.
The Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland. It is situated on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, on the road that crosses the peninsula between Dingle Town and the coast the other side.
There are so many things to see, to do, to explore, to experience on the Dingle Peninsula . . . from almost 2,000 archaeological sites, to more walking than you could fit into a year, to Fungie, a bottlenose dolphin who's been living at the mouth of Dingle Harbour since 1984.
Dún Aengus is the most famous of several prehistoric forts on the Aran Islands, of Co. Galway. It was built during the Bronze Age and dates from 1,000 B.C. It is located on Inishmore at the edge of a 100-metre high cliff. Dún Aengus is an important archaeological site that also offers a spectacular view.
The Gap of Dunloe is a beautiful glacial valley in the Macgillacuddy Reeks mountain range, which dominate the skyline of Killarney on the Ring of Kerry. Here you can enjoy an energetic walk or cycle its rough path or take a horse and cart ride through the beautiful glacial valley.
The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. today is owned and managed by the National Trust and it is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland.
Admire breathtaking vistas of mountains, cliffs and beaches on Ireland’s most popular drive, the 100-mile Ring of Kerry.
Connemara National Park is one of six National Parks in Ireland that are managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and local government.
Croagh Patrick is the most prominent mountain overlooking Clew Bay on the Atlantic coast of County Mayo. Approaching it from the landward side to the east, it looks as if it has to be a holy mountain.
Garinish Island is set in Bantry Bay on the Beara Peninsula. The islands has 37 acres of gardens and is renowned for rich plant forms and varying colors. Because of its sheltered situation and the warming oceanic influence of the Gulf Stream the climate is in some respect almost subtropical.
The Glens of Antrim on Northern Ireland's Causeway Coast are naturally unique - within twenty or so square miles you can enjoy a variations in natural landscape that includes glacial valleys, sandy beaches amd vertical cliffs
Kilary Harbour is located in Connemara. The Connemara Lady Catamaran is a wonderful way to see the fjord and surrounding area. The trip is often honoured by the company of leaping dolphins and always includes commentary.
The Skellig Islands are two small, steep and rocky islands lying about 16 km west of Bolus Head on the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. They are famous for their thriving gannet and puffin populations. The islands featured briefly at the end of the 2015 Star Wars film “The Force Awakens”, Skellig Michael and the neighbouring island Little Skellig Island, featured prominently in the newer 2017 Star Wars film “The Last Jedi”.
Valentia is one of great beauty & contrast and largest islands off the South West coast of Kerry joined to the mainland by bridge via the Portmagee Channel. The western part of the island is dominated by the barren, dramatic cliffs of Bray Head which command spectacular views of the Kerry coastline while the mild effect of the Gulf Stream results in Valentia's balmy climate and lush, colourful vegetation.
Travel across the Curraun Peninsula to reach Achill Island, joined to the mainland by bridge. This area is steeped in history and despite its remote location, attracted a rich array of famous people and fascinating characters.
Aillwee Cave invites you to explore the wonders of this dramatic underworld. Expert guides will accompany and inform you as you stroll gently through beautiful caverns, over bridged chasms, under weird formations and alongside the thunderous waterfall.
The Ards Peninsula is a peninsula in County Down, Northern Ireland which separates Strangford Lough from the North Channel of the Irish Sea, on Ireland's northeast coast. A number of towns and villages are located on the peninsula.
The Beara Peninsula is steeped in myths and legends. The mountains and valleys are rich in archaeological sites such as stone circles, wedge graves and other relics from the past. We have scenic lakes cradled by gorgeous mountains and a rugged coastline.
In Boyne Valley Visitor Centre you will learn about the burial tombs of Newgrange and Knowth, The Great Mound at Knowth is similar in size to Newgrange and is surrounded by 18 smaller satellite mounds.
The monastery of Clonmacnoise is situated in County Offaly, Ireland on the River Shannon south of Athlone. Clonmacnoise was founded in 545 by Saint Ciarán in the territory of Ui Maine at the point where the major east-west land route through the bogs of central Ireland along the Eiscir Riada, an esker or moraine left by the receding glaciers of the last ice age crossed the River Shannon.
Doolin Caves is a limestone cave near Doolin in County Clare, Ireland, on the western edge of The Burren. The cave was discovered in 1952 by J. M. Dickenson and Brian Varley of Craven Pothole Club, an English caving club based in the Yorkshire Dales. Doolin Cave is member of the Burren Eco-tourism network and holds a gold award from Eco-tourism Ireland for standards of excellence in sustainable tourism.
"Galway City itself sits on the river Corrib between Galway Bay and Lough Corrib and is the 4th largest city in Ireland and probably the most scenic. Galway Bay is well-known worldwide for its Deep Sea fishing, Sailing as well as the daily boat trips to t
Glencolmcille or Glencolumbkille is a coastal town located on the southwest Gaeltacht tip of County Donegal. Gleann Cholm Cille is still an Irish-speaking community though this is in decline English has became the predominant language in recent years.
Glendalough is a glacial valley located in County Wicklow, Ireland, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and destroyed in 1398 by English troops.
As you drive through the Glengesh Pass (Glen of the Swans) there is a sense of moving back through time, dotted along the route are old cottages, farms and at times Sheep can be seen wandering in the area. Glengesh one of two glaciated valleys that carve
Experience the glorious natural beauty of the Grand Atlantic Drive, which winds through Downings and Rosapenna and past golden beaches and rocky headlands. Here you will see some of Donegal's finest scenery.
The Hook Lighthouse is situated at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, in Ireland, is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world.
The Inishowen 100 is one of the best scenic drives in Ireland and gets its name from the approximate distance in miles of the signposted drive, which officially starts in Bridgend on the Inishowen Peninsula.
Inis Meáin is the middle of the three main Aran Islands in Galway Bay on the west coast of Ireland. It is part of County Galway in the province of Connacht. This enchanting island was frequented by the distinguished playwright John Millington Synge.
Malin Head is the most northerly headland of the mainland of Ireland. The most northerly point is actually a headland 2 km northeast of Malin Head, Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal. Malin Head gives its name to the Malin sea area.
Mizen Head at the western extremity of the peninsula formerly known as the Ivagha Peninsula or Uíbh Eachach, is the south-westernmost point of Ireland, is one of the extreme points of the island of Ireland.
One of Ireland’s must see attractions, Slieve League Cliffs also known in irish as Sliabh Liag, situated on the southwest coast of Donegal, are said to be the highest and one of the finest marine cliffs in Europe.
The Mourne Mountains are a granite mountain range in County Down in the south-east of Northern Ireland. The Mournes is an area of outstanding natural beauty and has been proposed as the first national park in Northern Ireland.