Ireland is a beautiful country with its scenic beauty, great wildlife, and alluring countryside. It is home to 63,78,000 people who prominently speak English, Irish and Ulster Scots. This country cum ‘island’ located in the Atlantic Ocean offers you some incredible experience with its multiple world heritage sites.
Ring of Kerry– it is a loop of tourist trail that extends up to 120 miles and passes through breathtaking landscapes. In your way on the ‘ring of Kerry’, you can find greenery rich meadows, purple heather covered mountains and sparkling lakes.
You can further visit Killarney National park that is a UNESCO heritage biosphere site. This national park has the Ross Castle from the 15th century and is a home to the wild red deer’s herd. All this sightseeing will make your Ireland vacations amazing.
Cliffs of Moher– the cliffs of Moher are the natural attractions that are as high as 214 meters. They extend up to 8 km from the village of Doolin to Hags Head in County Clare.
These cliffs offer a stupendous coastal walk and were carved by a vast river delta, 320 million years ago. This is an essential part of Ireland vacations and should not be missed.
The Giant’s Causeway– this UNESCO heritage site in Northern Ireland consists of over 40,000 polygonal basalt rock blocks. These blocks appear like the stepping stones of a giant and stretch along the coastline. This natural wonder will indeed make your Ireland vacations worth it.
Skellig Islands– Being composed of two islands- Little Skellig and Skellig Michael, Skelling Island make for an eye-catching Ireland vacation. You can also witness a 6th-century monastery on a 230m high cliff.
Try clicking some fascinating images of the diverse birdlife here like Cormorants, Gannets, Razorbills, Black Guillemots, and Herring Gulls.
Aran Islands– this is going to make an important part of your Ireland vacations through its rustic feel and beautiful countryside. Aran Islands are famous for the knitted sweaters (popular across the UK). The Car-free roads, traditional Irish villages devoid of the modern developments, historical forts, sandy beaches and a long coastline are the main attractions here.
Glenveagh National Park– this second largest national park spreads in a 14,000 acre and houses some rare wildlife species including the golden eagle. It mainly attracts hikers and fishermen to its high mountain peaks and aquatic life to fish out salmon and trout. All these attractions along with a 19th century Glenveagh Castle provide your Ireland vacations a natural and soothing touch.
Cooley Peninsula– if you have an adventurous aspect, you should visit here during your Ireland vacations. Located at the northeastern tip of Ireland in the Irish Sea, Cooley peninsula rarely sees tourists.
Forested mountains, sandy coastline, exotic Carlingford medieval village and delightful views make it a well-deserved part of your Ireland vacations.
Glendalough– dubbed as ‘the garden of Ireland,’ Glendalough was mainly a Christian establishment. It was founded in the 6th century by St. Kevin. What you can witness here now are the numerous monasteries set up beside the glistening lakes and Heather carpeted hills. Glendalough, also known as ‘Valley of Two Lakes’ is truly a paradise in a nature lover’s Ireland vacation of sightseeing.