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Aillwee Cave is a superb show cave near the mystical Burren area of north County Clare. The cave, with its nearby birds of prey centre and farm shop, is located south of Ballyvaughan on the R480.
Killiney Hill and Dalkey Hill form part of Killiney Hill Park, a small public park overlooking both Dalkey and Killiney villages. The views of Dublin in all directions are spectacular from this vantage point.
The Glen is one of the most interesting natural phenomena on the Coolera Peninsula, it is a narrow, deep, long chasm on the south face of Knocknarea.
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.
Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre provides a window on the diverse and spectacular Tralee Bay Nature Reserve.
The Shannon 'Pot' is the source of the majestic River Shannon - the longest River in Ireland travelling 280K from its source in Cavan to the Shannon Estuary in Limerick.
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.
The woods form part of 60 acres of rolling parklands surrounding the magnificent Georgian mansion of Townley Hall.
Relax on a comfortable passenger vessel taking in the dramatic scenery of the Kenmare Bay while a friendly captain and guide tell about the history and ecology of the area.
The Clara Bog Visitor Centre is co-located with the library in Clara and offers visitors a fascinating insight into the bog.
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