Scenery and Photo Opportunities

1. Moll’s Gap

Moll’s Gap, located along the Ring of Kerry, offers an awesome, life-affirming view of the landscape and the Macgillycuddy Reeks mountain range. One of the most breathtaking places to see in Ireland, you should definitely stop for a photo on your trip around Ireland South!

 

2. Cliffs of Moher

A bucket-list entry for many tourists, the Cliffs of Moher are one of the most famous places to see in Ireland. The breathtaking sheer drop of the cliffs into the Atlantic Ocean shouldn’t be missed by anyone travelling the Emerald Isle. Be sure to stop at the cliffs during a full circle of the island.

 

3. The Ring of Kerry

 The mythical Ring of Kerry is the crown jewel of places to see in Ireland. The breathtaking route snakes around Kerry’s coastline, through mountains, valleys and fields, giving an eagle-eye view of some really gorgeous countryside. If you’re passing through the West, it’s a must-see attraction and is great for driving at a relaxed pace.

 

4. Clew Bay

One of the frequently overlooked photo opportunities on the Emerald Isle, Clew Bay stands alone in its magnificence. The bay overlooks a purported 365 islands – one for each day of the year! The Bay can be viewed from all over Westport and is definitely a must-see stop on any self-drive tour

 

5. Dingle Peninsula

Dingle Peninsula resides on the west Atlantic coast of Ireland and is encircled by soft, sandy beaches and awesome juts of rock and cliff. If you’re interested in seeing the untouched beauty of the island, then the Peninsula should be added to your list of places to see. It’s a great romantic backdrop for a honeymoon, and you might even catch sight of a dolphin or two – they’re known to inhabit the coast of Dingle.

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