A morning hike along Wicklow Way’s panoramic countryside.
According to local myth, the Rock of Cashel originated in Devil’s Bit Mountain when St. Patrick banished Satan from a cave. Cashel is said to be the site of the conversion of the King of Munster by St. Patrick in the 5th-century.
Downtown Killarney, Ireland.
Built in the late 15th century by an O’Donoghue Ross Gaelic Chieftain, Ross Castle has had a long and distinguished history.
One of many spectacular views along the Ring of Kerry.
This estate stands today where there once was a 13th century medieval castle owned by the Le Power Family. Today it is known as Powerscourt House.
The Burren, a great rocky expanse in Ireland’s County Clare, is one of the largest karst landscapes in Europe.
The Dingle Peninsula, which stretches out 30 miles from the county Kerry coast, is said by some Irish to be the “most beautiful place on earth.”