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Lesser known beauty spots in Ireland

Clifftop marvels, glassy lakes and mystical landscapes: discover seven of Ireland's lesser known beauty spots to recommend the best itinearies for your clients!

Clough Oughter Castle, County Cavan: Once the home of the powerful O’Reilly clan, the 12th century fortress of Clough Oughter Castle is built on a crannóg (man-made island) in the middle of Lough Oughter in County Cavan. 

These ancient stones hold secrets of warring families, fearless battles, and weathered history. Guided boat trips are offered around the lake and to the castle, which is part of the Marble Arch Caves Geopark, located beside the lush Killykeen Forest Park.

Derryvegal Lough, County Cork: Deep in the wilds of wonderful West Cork you’ll find a lake so magical it could very well be the real-life location of Neverland! While your clients might not spot Peter Pan here, Derryvegal Lake is a haven of wildlife where misty mountain peaks meet sparkling waters.

Glenariff Glen, County Antrim: Glenariff is one of the nine Glens of Antrim – forged by giant glaciers during the Ice Age and each with a unique beauty and character. Its name means “valley of the ploughman” and it's sometimes called the “Queen of the Glens”. One look at this photo and you can see why – its beauty is simply majestic!

Slieve League, County Donegal: Does your client want to feel as if they are standing on the edge of the world? Welcome to the elemental heights of County Donegal’s Slieve League sea cliffs. With the bracing, salty sea air swirling around you and the fearsome Atlantic Ocean crashing on the rocks below, the might of Mother Nature is felt in full force!


Cliffs and Coves

Visitors will discover the west coast's cliffs and coves as they meander along the Wild Atlantic Way between Galway and Kerry.

Guest will be wowed by panoramic views from dramatic cliff edges. Feel blasts of fresh sea air with lighthouse walks. Get up close to dolphins, grab a fireside seat at a traditional music session and walk along some of Ireland's most exhilarating coastal scenery.

Ireland’s incredible natural phenomena

Ireland is more than lush green scenes and idyllic towns: it’s a land of natural wonders full of adventure and magical experiences.

Experience the Northern Lights in Donegal: At the edge of Europe, visitors will find the Inishowen Peninsula, a beautiful, remote region, with a surprising secret. At night, under the right conditions, the sky comes alive with waves of pink and green shimmering lights.

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Bioluminescent beams in Kerry and Cork: Your clients will find many natural marvels along the Wild Atlantic Way, from spectacular sea cliffs to golden beaches. But among the most enthralling are the mysteriously glowing waters to be found in Kerry and Cork.

Blossoms in the Burren in Clare: The stark limestone landscape of The Burren in Clare is often depicted as an enigmatic moon-like place, sculpted by nature and dotted with historic tombs. 

But every May, these grey, rock pavements transform into a kaleidoscope of colors as wildflowers bloom through the clints and grykes.

Visit the deer in Dublin's Phoenix Park: Just beyond the bustling streets of Dublin city lies a lush, green oasis, beloved by the city’s inhabitants. The Phoenix Park is said to be the largest enclosed city park in Europe, and visitors can expect everything from a friendly herd of fallow deer, to a Victorian flower garden and even a zoo (Dublin Zoo is located within the park).


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