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Breathtaking Ireland

By: Liz Patterson

Sheer cliffs, vibrant green hills, frothy ocean waves, and old ruins are just a part of the allure of Ireland. Add to the amazing natural beauty the colorful, friendly, and fun culture and you will see why many travelers love the ‘Emerald Isle’. If you are looking for a vacation with inspiring scenery, fantastic culture, and the spice of some adventure, consider breathtaking Ireland. To narrow down all the opportunities this island offers, let’s take a look at the top five sights to see.

Cliffs of Moher

First of all is the iconic destination of the Cliffs of Moher, in the County Clare. These 214-meter-high walls of rock are enough to make your knees buckle when you first see them. Overwhelmingly impressive and wildly gorgeous, the Cliffs of Moher are the ideal destination for tourists wishing for a captivating and unusual sight. You certainly will not find anywhere else quite like it in the world.

The trip to scenic County Clare is well worth it to see the Cliffs of Moher. Also in County Clare is the coastal city of Doolin, a home for Irish music and a delight for tourists. Nearby are several archeological sights if you are up for an interesting detour. Doonagore Castle, dating back to the 16th century, is also a fascinating sight to see.

The Giant’s Causeway

Up in County Antrim, in Northern Ireland, you will find the Giant’s Causeway, one of the United Kingdom’s most intriguing wonders. Created by an ancient volcanic eruption, the Giant’s Causeway is a staircase of basalt columns. Some of the tallest pillars reach up to 36-feet high, forming cliffs that the adventurous traveler can climb to look out over the ocean below.

By far the most popular sight in Northern Ireland, the Giant’s Causeway is one of those astonishing wonders that cannot be described by words. Suffice it to say, it is a must-see for any tourist or traveler seeking to get a taste for the untamed magnificence of Ireland. Be sure to remember your camera, because you will not want to forget this amazing sight.

County Antrim is full of natural beauty and its nine glens, or valleys, are a wonderful place for you to explore and experience.

The Rock of Cashel

Full of historical significance and the drama of old legends, the Rock of Cashel is a spectacular castle which dates back to the 12th century. It contains an exquisite collection of Celtic art and is a monument to medieval architecture. Legend has it that here on the Rock of Cashel the beloved St. Patrick converted the King of Munster. Therefore, it is often called St. Patrick’s Rock.

For the traveler wishing to be transported back into the exciting age of knights, princesses, monks, kings, and colorful Irish legends, the Rock of Cashel is an ideal destination. Located in County Tipperary, the Rock of Cashel is nearby other sights such as Redwood Castle, Cahir Castle, Ormonde Castle, and Holy Cross Abbey.

A tour of the natural beauty of Ireland makes for an exciting and memorable trip. Full of enchanting legends, friendly culture, and breathtaking wonders, Ireland will never fail to intrigue and inspire any traveler.

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