Ireland is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. It has a series of attractions from coast to coast. Ireland has a couple of must-visit destinations for anyone in need of memorable for their holidays. Lakes of Killarney, Glendalough, and Dinge Peninsula as well are amongst must-visit breathtaking areas in Ireland. Hill of Tara and Newgrange which are said to be older than the Egyptian pyramids, are still found in Ireland.
More to explore while visiting Ireland
Apart from the breathtaking beauty of the Lakes of Killarney, Glendalough and the Dingle Peninsula, other top tourist attractions will provide awesome pictures for you to take home. These include Cliffs of Moher, Croagh Patrick, and The Giant’s Causeway. A visit to Ireland isn’t fulfilling without visiting those places, whether it’s a solo visit or a visit with friends and children.
Explore the Cliffs of Moher
This is the most recognized natural attraction in Ireland. From the Cliffs of Moher, you can be able to view some fabulous scenery which includes Aran Islands, the Burren, the caves, O’Brien’s tower, and of course not forgetting the cliffs themselves. These Cliffs are also home for various species of birds. These cliffs are found in the southern part of the Doolin village along the coast of the County Clare. A picture from the Cliffs will be irresistible because of its breathtaking natural beauty.
Visit the Irish Mountain, Croagh Patrick
This is an Irish mountain located in the county of Mayo, and it is famously known for its association with St Patrick. In this mountain, there is gold worth millions of Euros but no mining is allowed due to the religious nature of the area. The Pilgrimage site is the major attraction in this mountain every year. This mountain was also a place of worship before St Patrick set his foot in the 5th century AD. Apart from the mountain having a religious pilgrimage status, it is also a site for natural phenomenon, ‘The Rolling Sun.’ You can be sure to interact with so many climbers who visit this mountain annually.
The Giant’s Causeway Experience
This is a natural phenomenon that attracts both tourists and scientists since its discovery in the 17th century. It is considered as the 8th wonder of the world by a good number of people; hence it has been confirmed a World Heritage Site. Relying on the scientists, research shows that a volcanic eruption formed this Giant Causeway but Irish mythology says that it was built by the giant known as Finn MacCool. The Causeway consists of 40,000 huge hexagonal shaped columns of rocks that emerge the sea thus forming a massive pathway to the Anthrim Coast. One can use public pathways to reach these rocks. You will enjoy taking beautiful pictures with friends for future great memories.
Ireland is one of the most known tourist destinations for anyone looking for an unforgettable trip either with family friends, children or even a solo trip. The country offers beautiful natural breathtaking cites for photos for future remembrance. Scientists also are favored as most of the sites in Ireland are entry free; thus, no many expenses incurred. If you are looking forward to a memorable trip, you should consider Ireland and places of visit here will change your life.