Are you having an itinerary ready; you can enjoy the attractions and accommodations, allowing Travils to ensure you have a luxurious stay. However, we can also design an ideal itinerary for you. The Emerald Isle, Ireland, welcomes all its visitors to bask into the rolling greenery land, mysterious Celtic ruins, craggy mountains, leprechaun-dotted forests, crumbling castles, shanty pubs to Gaelic folk ditties, salt-sprayed coastlines, rowdy beer bars, and plenty of entertainment.
Ireland beholds wonders, and this small island has plenty of hidden gems. No matter what, whether you are an adrenaline junkie, a nature lover, or a history buff, every visitor will find his choice of interest. To name a few top places to see in Ireland are:
Dingle Peninsula is a humble little place but is most beautiful. Visitors to Dingle will love the spectacular view of the Emerald Isle southwest corner of this Peninsula that is a scenic drive. Venturing into the water is not less rewarding as you get to catch a glimpse of a dolphin, Fungi.
Ireland has a vibrant cauldron of locals, quaint pubs, and foot-tapping music. The specialty of Dingle is the fresh catch served as sumptuous by chefs.a
Cliffs of Moher
The magic of Ireland is the Cliffs of Moher featuring spectacular scenes in ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’ 2009 movie. A large rocky stretch, karst land with barren landscape with an impressive feat of nature is the Burren region, and the Cliffs of Moher drops into the ocean. The Cliffs and the Burren combination make it a special place in Ireland featuring rugged beauty.
Emerald Isle’s northernmost tips are the Malin Head. It has Atlantic wild waters, rugged landscape on Inishowen Peninsula. The birdlife and coastal scenery are captivating, while the North Atlantic turbulent waves bear a fearsome reputation that the waters around Malin Head were the site of few shipwrecks.
No doubt, Malin Head gives you a chance to see the Atlantic Ocean, its untamed, mesmerizing splendor. Visitors coming here may see the Northern Lights appear, and it is one of the few places offering an opportunity to see the Aurora Borealis.
Visitors to Dublin City, Ireland’s capital city will find the progressive, modern city significant, full of opportunity and laughter. Glossy business premises and modern architecture are straddling the capital city and the River Liffey. Dublin has botanic gardens, recreational spaces, fine dining, and fantastic shopping places.