Poulnabrone Dolmen in Burren, Co. Clare. The tomb was likely a center for ceremony and ritual until well into the Celtic period, or it may have served as a territorial marker in the Neolithic landscape.
The Kerry coastline in the early morning is a breathtaking spot and is well worth the early wake-up call.
The well known Cliff of Moher, in County Clare, are as mesmerizing as they are dangerous. Stay back from the edge and take in the scene.
Minard Castle, Dingle, Co. Kerry. One of only three remaining Fitzgerald castles, all of which were built in 16th century. This castle's walls survived Cromwell's charges but could not stand
Doonagore castle in Co. Clare. Built in the 16th century, this castle is today a private residence and also still a point of reference for shipping navigation.
Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. The most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland is well known as Fionn mac Cumhaill's pathway to the place where he battled, or hid from, the Scottish giant Benandonner and won.
Newgrange, County Meath, older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids, illuminates with sunlight every winter solstice, but it's original use remains a mystery.
Interior of Newgrange, this passage is 60-feet long and at the end of it is a main chamber with three smaller chambers off of it. The origin, purpose, and demise of Newgrange are still a mystery.
On the cliffs of Moher at sunset, the juxtaposition of the archaic, stone towers and vibrant dusk sky is a must-see.
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