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  1. Downpatrick Head

    Ballycastle, Mayo

    Downpatrick Head is located 3 miles north of Ballycastle village standing 126ft above the sea with fantastic views of the Atlantic, the Staggs of Broadhaven and high cliffs along the shore. Read more

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  2. Townley Hall Woods

    Oldbridge, Meath

    The woods form part of 60 acres of rolling parklands surrounding the magnificent Georgian mansion of Townley Hall. Read more

  3. Crag Cave

    Castleisland, Kerry

    Step into 1 million years of history and wonder at Crag Cave, Ireland’s most exciting show cave. Crag Cave, in Castleisland County Kerry, is formed of limestone and is a colourful wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites. Read more

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  4. Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark

    Blacklion, Cavan

    Waterfalls, old abbeys, tombs, forests, fabulous landscapes and amazing show caves are among some of the attractions of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. It is a UNESCO recognised Global Geopark and crosses the Counties of Fermanagh and Cavan. Read more

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  5. Clapper Bridge

    Louisburgh, Mayo

    Clapper Bridge is located West of Louisburgh, Co. Mayo. It is the largest complete clapper bridge in Ireland, 50m long. Its 37 arches are constructed in the primitive clapper style. Read more

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  6. Mitchelstown Cave

    Cahir, Tipperary

    Mitchelstown Cave, located midway between Cahir and Mitchelstown in county Tipperary, is one of the most spectacular caves in Europe. The cave's unusual formations, shapes, colour and history make for an enthralling visit. Read more

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  7. Kerry International Dark-Sky Reserve

    Ballinskelligs, Kerry

    Discover Kerry's DARK side at Kerry International Dark-Sky Reserve recently designated as Ireland’s FIRST Dark-Sky region (Gold Tier). Read more

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  8. Benbulben

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Benbulben is known as County Sligo’s 'Table Mountain' and is part of the Dartry Mountains. It is a spectacular iconic geological feature hosting a unique variety of flora. Read more

  9. Great Sugar Loaf Mountain

    Kilmacanogue, Wicklow

    Set apart from the Wicklow Mountains, its conical shape and broody demeanour make an instant impression. It's barely 501 metres tall, but this plucky hill is one of Ireland's most iconic peaks. Read more

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  10. Lough Gill

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Lough Gill is a large lake, nearly six and a half miles long and two and a half miles wide. There is public access to the lough from a pier on the south shore at the mouth of the Garavoge River, at Inishfree Pier and at Shriff Bay. Read more

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