From the ragged Burren to the rolling hills of Wicklow – the wonderful landscapes of Ireland
1. The Burren, from the Irish Boíreann meaning “a rocky place,” is a limestone-laden region in northwest County Clare. The area encompasses 155 square miles, bound by the Atlantic Ocean and Galway Bay. A small portion earns the distinction as one of the Republic of Ireland’s six national parks.
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From the Giant's Causeway in the North to Bantry Bay in the South West, Ireland is packed with so much to see and do. The Republic of Ireland is ranked 32 in a table of the biggest tourist destinations worldwi....Read More