Ireland's most scenic areas

Ireland certainly does not lack scenery that blows you away. From top to bottom it's all over the place but it also varies so much in style. Most of the areas are handily packaged with labels and traversed by a limited number of main roads. In the most simplistically reductive way possible - if you like dramatic coastal scenery go to Kerry, for beautiful bleakness head to County Donegal, for pleasant countryside chocked full of history the Boyne Valley is perfect, if hexagons and Game of Thrones panoramas are your thing then go to the Causeway Coast, for something a little different the moonlike Burren can't be beat. Oh, and cars are a must.

Green and blue coastal scenery
The Ring of Kerry
Conor Pass on the Dingle Peninsula
Dingle Peninsula
Poulnabrone Dolmen in the Burren
The Burren
Bogs and lakes in Connemara
Terrifying Carrick-a-rede ropebridge
Causeway Coast
horse in front of sugar loaf
Wicklow Mountains
Hill of Tara bird's eye view
The Boyne Valley
Belbulben flat topped mountain
County Sligo
Conor Pass on the Dingle Peninsula
Wild Atlantic Way
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