Ireland Attractions


Saint Patrick Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland

Looping around the fringes of Dublin Bay, Dublin is a gorgeous destination situated on a lush green plain surrounded by the soft rise of the Wicklow mountains in the south. Home to a number of attractions including the Guinness Storehouse, South Wall and River Liffey, Dublin is a beautiful, vibrant and compact city that allows you to explore both the north and south with most major sights within walking distance.

Boyne Valley

Boyne Valley, Saint Patrick Church, Ireland

Located in north east Ireland, the Boyne Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is home to some of Europe’s largest and most important megalithic sites from the prehistoric era. The Loughcrew hilltops and banks of the Boyne River are home to huge burial tombs and Neolithic passage tombs such as Downth, Knowth and Newgrange are older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids making them a popular attraction.

Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher at Sunset

One of the most spectacular natural attractions in Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher were created by five different layers of stratified rock deposits which are still visible in the cliff face to this day. Rising up out of the sea for 8km, the cliffs reach more than 216m at their highest point and offer stunning views of the Connemara mountains, Kerry mountains, Loop Head lighthouse and Aran Islands on a clear day.

Aran Islands

Aran Islands - Cross and Ruins

The Aran Islands are a spectacular group of three island off the coast of Clare and Galway county. The three islands, known as Inishmór (meaning 'Big Island'), Inishmaan ('Middle Island') and Inisheer ('Eastern Island'), are an extension of the Clare’s Burren limestone escarpment and feature lush vegetation, jagged cliffs pounded by surf and a number of ancient forts, some of Ireland’s oldest archaeological remains.