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Ireland tourist attractions: what to see in Ireland

Ireland is a country of green spaces slightly undulating, a relaxing pastoral land in the interior, but often, along the coast, manifests itself in its wild beauty, the island is known for its natural beauty, among which may include the beautiful Cliffs of Moher, which are the most famous and spectacular cliffs of Ireland.

Irish territory and its 3.500 kilometers of coastline are home to a remarkable diversity of landscapes, the Irish coast is very diverse, it moves from the long sandy beaches, to the rugged rocky cliffs, to the headlands, and the long and deep bays, while inland there are green mountains, meadows, lakes, marshes, and rolling hills.

Throughout the country there are attractive villages and pleasant city, as the capital Dublin, interesting prehistoric sites and religious evocative ruins of castles and monasteries dating back to the Middle Ages.

Ireland has a rich history, some of the most beautiful places of the country from the historical point of view are the Donegal Castle, Sligo Abbey, the monastery of Skellig Michael, Kilkenny Castle, Clonmacnoise, the Rock of Cashel, and the archaeological site of Bend of the Boyne with the prehistoric sites of Newgrange and Knowth that UNESCO has included in the World Heritage List.

Among the beauties of the Irish nature, in addition to the aforementioned Cliffs of Moher, we find the beach at Carraroe in Connemara covered with remains of coral, the Connemara National Park is another magical place, as well as the nearby Aran Islands. The territory of the Burren, largely protected by a national park, is formed by limestone hills eroded and is another curiosity of Ireland. In Northern Ireland, is the natural wonder that is know by the name of Giant’s Causeway, a coastal area comprising thousands of basalt columns of hexagonal shape.

To do undoubtedly is the Ring of Kerry, a scenic and tourist route, which crosses a large part of the Iveragh Peninsula, through, in its 200 km long, lovely landscapes that are a concentrate of the beautiful scenery of Ireland.

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