The Dingle Peninsula has some of the most beautiful country in Ireland. We were lucky that the sun came out after a day of rain, showing us the brilliant shades of green for which Ireland is famous.
Bunratty Castle in County Clare is the other location of a medieval feast. More than just a castle, Bunratty is a folk park including a village and people in period costumes.
The Burren has one of the most otherworldly landscapes I’ve seen. It’s most famous landmark, the table-like tomb called Poulnabrone dolmen, dates to 4200 BC.
Drystone walls snake across the countryside as far as the eye can see, limestone walls, The Burren, County Clare, Ireland
Dunghaire Castle, with its nightly medieval feast, is a must-do when visiting Galway Bay.
We had unbelievably good luck to visit the Cliffs of Moher (aka the “Cliffs of Insanity” in The Princess Bride) at sunset on a clear night. The view was unbelievable. We also walked past the safety fence and continued on for about a mile along the sheer cliffs. I even stuck my head over the edge and looked down.
The castle in the medieval town of Trim was featured in the movie, Braveheart.
The Newgrange tombs are older than the pyramids. At the center of the mound, a room with Celtic symbols is illuminated through a hole during the Summer Solstice.