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  1. 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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  2. Cavan Burren Park

    Blacklion, Cavan

    Cavan Burren Park is a unique and special place where geological and archaeological features are gently revealed in an open and natural setting. Peace, birdsong, nature, stunning views, a visitor centre and five marked trails are also in place. Read more

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  3. Seafari Fun Eco-Nature & Seal Watching Cruises

    Kenmare, Kerry

    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. Read more

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  4. Dunmore Cave

    Ballyfoyle, Kilkenny

    Dunmore Cave is located 10km from of Kilkenny City. History and geology blend here to give the visitor a unique learning experience. The cave has been known to man for many centuries and contains some of Ireland's finest calcite cave formations. 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. Killiney Hill

    Dalkey, Dublin

    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. Read more

  7. Kilbrittain Whale

    Kilbrittain, Cork

    A unique opportunity to see the entire skeleton of a fin whale which beached locally in January 2009. Read more

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  8. The Glen, Strandhill

    Strandhill, Sligo

    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. Read more

  9. The Shannon Pot

    Blacklion, Cavan

    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. Read more

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  10. The Donegal Gaeltacht

    Glencolmcille, Donegal

    The Gaeltacht is the area in County Donegal where the Irish language is spoken and where the traditions of Irish song, dance and folklore prevail. Read more

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