20 Pics That Prove Ireland Is The Most Beautiful Place To Visit

Not to brag or anything but for only 84,000 sq.km, our little island sure does pack a punch when it comes to scenery.

Glendalough, The Cliffs of Moher, The Giants Causeway and most recently Skellig Michael, they’re all a source of mystical beauty known around the world and we want to show you them all in one place (before you come visit of course) so enjoy…

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One of Ireland’s oldest landmarks, Newgrange, Co.Meath
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A truly unique sunset over the Giants Causeway, Co.Antrim
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The Ballymoney Hedges made famous by Game of Thrones
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Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge in Co.Antrim isn’t for the faint hearted
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The most beautiful place in Ireland? The Cliffs of Moher
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Connemeara, Co.Galway
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Skellig Michael obscured by low cloud
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Dunquin Bay on the Dingle Penninsula, Co.Kerry
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Rathlin Lighthouse is the perfect example of wild Ireland
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Not a cloud in sight! Our little slice of heaven
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Glorious sunset over the Rock of Cashel, Co.Tipperary
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You can’t visit Dublin without visiting St.James Gate, home of the black stuff
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Mizen Head, Co.Cork is Ireland’s most southerly point
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See Luke Skywalker anywhere? Skellig Michael
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Head West and look out across the Atlantic at the Cliffs of Moher
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Group of friends sitting outside Malahide Castle, Dublin
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Glendalough is a must visit only an hour outside of Dublin City
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The Samuel Beckett Bridge, one of Dublin’s iconic landmarks
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Galway, Ireland’s most charming city and European Capital City of Culture in 2020
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The Kingdom of Kerry above the clouds

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