1. Gleniff Horseshoe Valley, County Sligo (@nita601) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ireland (@tourismireland) on Apr 18, 2017 at 4:14am PDT This spectacular hidden valley in Sligo looking up onto the green slopes of the Dartry Mountains will take your breath away. Head along the Gleniff Horseshoe Valley road to see some of the most beautiful scenery in Ireland, from the mighty Ben Bulben to Donegal Bay. 2. Inishsirrer, County Donegal (@garethwrayphotography) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ireland (@tourismireland) on May 24, 2017 at 4:14am PDT Inishsirrer is a deserted island frozen in time. Stroll the spotless beaches and explore the abandoned village in one of the most rural spots in Ireland. Across the water is Gweedore, the largest Irish-speaking parish in Ireland and a hotspot of traditional culture and customs. 3. Harry Avery's Castle, County Tyrone View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ireland (@tourismireland) on May 31, 2017 at 4:16am PDT Harry Avery's Castle is a fascinating artefact of old Ireland, built 700 years ago by a local chieftain of the O’Neill clan. The two remaining towers once served as the entrance to a courtyard that was surrounded by a curtain wall. Set among County Tyrone’s rolling hills, there’s no better spot to take a few photos. 4. Caves of Keash, County Sligo (@sligolanguage) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ireland (@tourismireland) on Apr 21, 2017 at 4:14am PDT The mysterious Caves of Keash have been an important part of Gaelic culture for thousands of years, and served as a meeting place for religious festivals such as Lughnasadh, which marked the start of the harvest season. The caves feature heavily in medieval Irish mythology from the story of Cormac mac Airt, who was born at the foot of the hill and raised by wolves, to lovers Diarmuid and Gráinne taking refuge as they fled from a vengeful Fionn mac Cumhaill. 5. Castle Roche, County Louth View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ireland (@tourismireland) on Jun 17, 2015 at 3:52am PDT Perched on a rocky hilltop, the striking Castle Roche can be seen for miles in every direction. Dark rumours have surrounded the castle since it was built in 1236. The legend goes that Rohesia de Verdun offered her hand in marriage and a share in the estate to whatever man could build her a castle. After the wedding feast, she invited her new husband to view the grounds from her bedroom window, and she pushed him to his death. Ever since, that window has been known as the Murder Window. 6. Binevenagh Lake, County Londonderry (@nicole_rjackson) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ireland (@tourismireland) on Jul 7, 2016 at 4:17am PDT A sparkling lake on a rocky mountain – there are few more photogenic spots in the world than Binevenagh Lake. Binevenagh Mountain is one of the best places in Ireland for outdoor sports whether you’re into hang gliding, rock climbing, fishing, motorsports or just a good hike. Stand at the top of the rugged cliffs for the perfect view of Northern Ireland. We recommend Insta-worthy places along Ireland's Ancient East From crumbling castles to lavish landscape, the magic of Ireland's Ancient East is easy to capture! Insta-worthy spots along the Wild Atlantic WayWhether you're looking to enhance your feed or capture a photo to last a lifetime, you’ll find it all along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Insta-worthy castles on the island of IrelandAncient stories, crumbling walls and fairytale setting, these are six castles in Ireland Instagrammers need to visit!