Ireland is famous for its miles of coast line and natural beauty. We have complied a list of the top 10 attractions that are a must on any visit to Ireland.
- The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin
The seven-story visitor center tells the story of this iconic irish drink and brings to life this would famous beer.
- Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, the Cliffs are Irelands most visited sights due to the stunning scenery from the cliff tops
- The Ring of Kerry, Co Kerry
The 180km circular route of mystical and unspoilt landscape. It dates back to 10,000 years with dramatic history. It’s a road that takes you from deep forest to the crashing waters of the Atlantic.
- Giant’s Causeway, Co Antrim
Located in Northern Ireland, this large stretch of staircase-shaped rocks is the result of cooled lava from volcanic eruptions that took place over 65 million years ago.
- Connemara, Co. Galway
Where the sandy beaches meet the extreme rugged mountains, you can enjoy and listen to one of the few places where the native Gaelic is spoken.
- Book of Kells, Dublin
The Book of Kells was hand written by monks around 800 A.D. The world famous illuminated manuscript written in Latin of the Gospels from the Bible.
- Glendalough, Co Wicklow
Glendalough consists of the 6th century monastery founded by St. Kevin & the famous round tower standing 112 feet high. Located in the beautiful surroundings of towering mountains and the crystal-clear lakes of Co. Wicklow
- Wild Atlantic Way
A one-of-a-kind adventure and the road trip of a lifetime, the Wild Atlantic Way’s stunning 2,500km stretch of coast offers all this and more. Stretching along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork.
- Slieve League, Co Donegal
Irelands highest sea cliffs, are located in the stunning south west of Donegal along the magnificent coastline. Enjoy the native culture, heritage and welcome from the locals of Donegal.
10. Dingle, Co Kerry
Full of friendly pubs where live traditional music plays, the Irish-speaking area fills to the brim with tourists on weekends and through summer. Another regular visitor to Dingle’s Gulf Stream-warmed waters is Fungi, the dolphin, the town’s unofficial mascot.