The Cliffs of Moher are some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs and they've even been visited by Harry Potter!
There are a few good reasons why Ireland is famous for its landscapes
Discover the 'land of the giants' on the north Antrim coast
You're probably familiar with the image of lush green valleys, but what about the weird stuff?
Don't let the pale complexion fool you, Ireland is an island of dedicated beachgoers
Oscar Wilde called it the 'savage beauty'; find out more about this area of untamed natural beauty
Each famous in their own way Ireland's mountains are a delight to explore
How the Lord of the Rings was inspired by the Burren in County Clare
Set at the most westerly point of Europe, Ireland is a haven for wildlife
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