Ireland Tourist Attractions
- The County Clare: This is rich culturally and is a beautiful place for tourists. A myriad of attractions, all exotic in nature, await tourists here. The beauty of the whole experience lies in taking the path not much trodden upon, and there are such places in this region that not many tourists have ventured into. That does sound like fun, doesn’t it? If you’re the adventurous type, then this is certainly for you.
- Ennis: This is a cute place with narrow, winding streets and little shops that sell all the stuff that tourists usually look for. This area is the hub of Ireland’s music culture and is extremely lively, and filled with tourists in the month of May.
- The Cliffs of Moher: This is a real big tourist attraction, and the place is stunningly beautiful. The sea-soaked green cliffs make the whole experience dream-like. If you want to visit these cliffs, it is good to do it on a day when not many tourists are around. Even if that means choosing a colder day when there are not many tourists visiting the place. With too many people around, the natural beauty of the cliffs cannot be experienced to the fullest.
- The Burren: This is an ancient limestone area that is huge and its beauty lies in the desolation. There are several caves, ring forts and portal dolmens here. This section of Ireland is historical. If you want to know more about this magical place, there are several visiting centers and museums there.
- Ailladie Sea Wall: This is where you should be if you want to go rock climbing. Located on the edge of the Burren, this is a very popular place where the fresh sea air brings you alive while you do your climbing. There are hostels where tourists stay here and the more adventurous camp at the very top on the field.
If you’ve never visited Ireland, do it right away and enjoy the luxury of getting away to a place where nature overpowers everything else.
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