Incoming visitors will find a lot of intriguing things about Ireland, not leaving out acres of windswept and wild countryside, hair-raising and mouth-watering coastal cliffs, cute-as-a-button villages that make up for the country’s varied scenery. Below are some beautiful places you may want to visit on your next trip to Ireland.
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Cliffs of Moher
One of Ireland’s most visited natural attraction is the mighty Cliffs of Moher- going up to about 214 meters in western Ireland over the Atlantic ocean. These iconic cliffs run from Hags Head in County Clare to the village of Doolin, and it hosts Ireland’s most spectacular coastal walk. The imposing cliffs which were carved out about 320 million years ago offer incredible and amazing views, going over Galway Bay, the northern Maum Turk Mountain, and the distant Twelve Pins mountain range.
The Aran islands remain famous for their car-free roads and traditionally knitted sweaters sold all over the UK, and it remains one of the few places around to have a feel of the traditional Irish village not influenced by the developments of the main cities. Here, a lot of the locals still reside in small farming communities and speak Gaelic as their first language. The countryside also is enchanting, with endless sandy beaches, miles of rugged coastline, and historic forts on cliff tops.
Glenveagh National Park
The Glenveagh National Park remains the second largest park in Ireland at 14,000 acres, and it still remains County Donegal’s top spot attraction, drawing fisherman, and hikers from different parts of the country. Don’t forget to check out for the rare wildlife while fishing for trout and salmon in the glittering lakes, getting a better mountaintop view or while enjoying your afternoon tea in the 19th century Gleveagh Castle.
Your tour around Ireland will not be a fulfilled one if you do not walk across the Burren. This adventure is likened to walking on the moon across a mind-boggling landscape of Rocky mounds, fissures, and nuts. Don’t forget to take a closer look as you move over the rocks too, the terrain over the years has been accommodating a variety of rare insects and plants (not less than 700 species).