10 Fantastic Reasons To Visit Ireland

Coumeenole 2 Photo Credit- Barbara Walsh

It’s no secret that Ireland is home to incredibly beautiful landscape, pristine islands, lush countryside and some architectural marvels in form of ancient Castles. The country has something to offer to every one, from fast-paced city life to untouched countryside. Here are our 10 fantastic reasons to visit Ireland.

1. Stunning Scenery

Cliffs Of Moher Sunset Ireland Photo Credit- Pierre LeclercPhoto Credit- Pierre Leclerc

The Majestic Cliffs of Moher co. Clare, Ireland, at sunset.

2. Ancient Structures

Ancient Stone Alignment Photo Credit- Aidan MoranPhoto Credit- Aidan Moran

Eightercua, a four-stone alignment (stone-row) Megalithic tomb, located 1.5 km south-south-east of Waterville, County Kerry, Ireland.

3. Sea Views Like these

Coumeenole Photo Credit- Barbara WalshPhoto Credit- Barbara Walsh

Coumeenole 2 Photo Credit- Barbara WalshPhoto Credit- Barbara Walsh

Coumeenole Beach, Dingle Peninsula

4. Pristine Lakes

Lakes of Killarney Photo Credit- Aidan MoranPhoto Credit- Aidan Moran

The Lakes of Killarney, a renowned scenic attraction in Killarney. They consist of three lakes, Lough Leane, Muckross Lake, and Upper Lake. Lough Leane, pictured here, is the largest of the three lakes. It’s located within Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland.

5. Multicolored hill ranges

Multicolored Carpet of Wicklow Hills Photo Credit- Jenny RainbowPhoto Credit- Jenny Rainbow

These are the dramatic cliffs of Luggala Estate, which is known locally as the Guinness Estate owned by the Guinness Family.

6. Romantic Sunsets

Celtic Cross Sunset Photo Credit- Allan Van GasbeckPhoto Credit- Allan Van Gasbeck

This is at the ruins of Killilagh Church, Doolin, County Clare, Ireland. Doolin is a charming small seaside village on the northwest coast of County Clare on Irelands Wild Atlantic Way.

Sunset On A Beautiful Winter Day In Galway Photo Credit- Mark E TisdalePhoto Credit- Mark E Tisdale

The warm golden hues of setting sun highlights seaside homes in Galway.

7. Intriguing Castles

Dunguaire Castle Photo Credit- Giovanni ChianesePhoto Credit- Giovanni Chianese

Dunguaire Castle, a 16th-century tower house on the southeastern shore of Galway Bay in County Galway, Ireland.

Johnstown Castle, Co Wexford Photo Credit- The Irish Image Cllection Photo Credit- The Irish Image Collection

Johnstown Castle, Co Wexford.

8. Picturesque Islands

Blasket Islands Photo Credit- Barbara WalshPhoto Credit- Barbara Walsh

The Blasket Islands, off the west coast of Ireland.

9. Lush Countryside

Yellow Field Photo Credit- Debra CollinsPhoto Credit- Debra Collins

An Aran Horse Photo Credit- Natasha BishopPhoto Credit- Natasha Bishop

A horse on the Aran Islands, Ireland.

10. Charming Narrow Streets and Colourful Irish Bars

Charming Narrow Street In Kinsale Photo Credit- George OzePhoto Credit- George Oze

Colorful Narrow Street in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland.

Temple Bar Photo Credit- Mel SteinhauerPhoto Credit- Mel Steinhauer

Barra an Teampaill ( Irish for Temple Bar ), is an area in Central Dublin, on the South Bank of the River Liffey, complete with all of the bar necessities like Tobacco, Whiskey, Live Music Daily, and Guinness !