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The Burren
Geologic Formations
Cliffs of Moher
Geologic Formations
Slieve League
Geologic Formations, Lookouts
Skelligs Rock
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Kerry Cliffs
Nature & Wildlife Areas
Eagles Flying
Nature & Wildlife Areas
Mayfield Birds of Prey
Nature & Wildlife Areas
The Donkey Sanctuary
Educational sites, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Zoos
Knocknarea
Mountains, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Mount Errigal
Mountains, Hiking Trails
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Cliffs of Moher Liscannor
Visited October 21st Easy to park Fair pricing Easy access to cliffs even with a double buggy Friendly staff Nice gift shops Fabulous scenery and walks Lovely tourist/holiday feeling whilst there
Tom our guide brought the areas history to life, understanding the nature of the stone, historical O'Brien stories, the upside down stream, climbing the Tower all great., local tragedies and escapes..his stories a...
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St Stephens Green Dublin is an oasis in the city a little peace and quiet after the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street just pop in to the Green and enjoy the beautiful park Relaxing and revitalizing.
The locals and visitors to Dublin both can and do enjoy this peaceful beautiful park with fountains, ponds, trees, flowers, little bridges, etc. Oh, it is great to think back on my lovely visits to this park.
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Eagles Flying Ballymote
Fantastic experience for all ages , amazing to see such majestic birds up so close , The host has a fantastic personality and has such a love for nature - and shows real dedication to all the animals he has rescue...
The entrance is a short walk from the car park and once inside the grounds, you meet very friendly and knowledgeable members of staff, a wide variety of birds and animals (including a ferret!).
Scattery Island Kilrush
Whether you are interested in ancient religious history, Irish mythology, nature, the history of Shannon pilotage, you will find so much to fascinate you.
The unspoilt nature of Scattery Island is amazing, from the hawks flying overhead, the rabbits running freely and the beautiful scenery this Island is definitely worth a visit !!
Mayfield Birds of Prey Kilmacthomas
We loved our experience and highly recommend it to any person who loves the outdoors, nature and birds.
And this was brilliant as a lot of nature tours would have too many people to properly enjoy the experience!
Slieve League Carrick
Excellent venue and everyone loved it , hidden gem If you don’t want to walk you can drive to another car park and the views from there are amazing.
When you reach the car park, you can see the amazing coastline and cliffs with just a short walk or you can walk up the steep hill some of the way or all of the way to more spectacular views of the cliffs.
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We toured Killarney National Park - short walk to the waterfall but lots of great hikes - we also hiked to the beautiful walled gardens - incredible species of trees all around - weather was beautiful and warm - o...
Second visit to Killarney National Park - Loved it the first time, and Loved it More the second time - Plan your time to drive the Ring of Kerry - It's a must see! Gorgeous drive!
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From the friendly staff to the well laid out trails and excellent bikes, I highly recommend this great bike park as a must do every now and then!
Bike Park Ireland is by far the mountain biking facility I have ever been too, the equipment provided is absolutely top class and in great condition, there are trails for every ability - amateur to pro.
It is clear to any visitor that this garden is a true labour of love, created with thoughtfulness, humour and a real appreciation of beauty and nature.
We stopped at castles, parks, local pubs, and enjoyed the scenic views of the Ring of Kerry and Killarney National Park.
We did the trekking in a wonderful scenery, where you could really feel the conexion between the horse, the nature, and you. the staff is really friendly and helpful, they even gave us a lift to the city centre.
Great views towards Croagh Patrick, and a fitness park along the route!
Fabulous views and great to be out in nature.
Skellig Michael County Kerry
Breathtaking views, interesting history and fantastic nature (puffins!).
Both the boating companies and the park guides do an excellent job of making this experience top notch.
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Panoramic views, tranquility, nature, the great outdoors, freedom, a complete get away from it all kind of place.
Then the part where you explore yourself at your own pace - the kids loved this as much as any theme park!
Beara Way Glengarriff
Wonderful way to experience pure nature and unspoilt open landscape.
You'll get the best views of Killarney National Park and it's lakes/ mountains (incl.
Keem Bay Achill Island
Splendid place for a stop where you really feel close to the wonderful wild nature and experience the smallness of yourself when mirrored against the enormity of nature's creations and powers.
There are some great walks from the car park to Achill Head or to the lookout at the top of the hill overlooking the bay, or you could just sit and relax and stop for a pint at the pub on the way back to the rest...
Carrantoohil Killarney
We parked at the lovely new car park next to the Hydro Track, taking the Hydro Track / Caher route to the summit.
There is a car park for €2 and a lovely cosy cafe with roaring fire to relax on your decent!
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Derrynane Beach Caherdaniel
There is a beautiful nature trail along the sand dunes leading onto patches of beautiful wild flowers adorning the edge of the wild Atlantic.
Free Parking is available at the nearby Derrynane House (also worth a visit) - get there early for parking though as car park is relatively small, there is a small cafe at Derrynane house but we took a picnic for...
Fun and free little park with cute little fairy house and quirky signposts.
There is also a lovely area at the front where even if you do not do the tour you can have a fantastic view of the sea in the Leprechaun Park.
Dog's Bay Beach Roundstone
It’s easy to park and just a short stroll down from the car park gets you onto the beach.
If you looking for peaceful glorious nature in a place of rare beauty look no further than the beaches of Connemara.
Beautiful park land to walk, sit, observe, pet, 'talk' to and see the donkeys here relaxing and enjoying their live after rescue.
Picnic area near main car park, with loads of tables available.
Due to recent rain we could only do the Liscannor to Cliffs of Moher this time but without doubt this is where you have the greatest views - a lovely day out to do the Liscannor to Doolin walk & there is Park & Ri...
Park your car (or get a ride) to the parking area by O'connors Pub in Doolin.
Banna Strand Tralee
Banna beach is a beautiful unspoilt gem in kerry this is a perfect location for a family walk or just take on the fresh air and admire the beauty of nature
Great place for a stroll and take in the views it just seems endless the amount of beach there is and with tide out so vast Great car park there loads of people walking their dogs a must visit if you are in the area
Gap of Dunloe Killarney
𝔊𝔞𝔭 𝔬𝔣 𝔇𝔲𝔫𝔩𝔬𝔢... in Killarney National Park is a mountain pass that was carved out 2 million years ago by slow moving glacial ice and it is Stunning, Breathtaking, Unique and Beautiful!
Rented a bike in Killarney, rode to the Reen Pier next to Ross Castle in Killarney National Park, took boat with bikes through the three lakes (beautiful) to Brandon's Cottage, and biked up to the Gap of Dunloe.
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Skelligs Rock Portmagee
In these areas, there are two more park guides who can answer questions and may give a brief history of the island and the monks who lived there as well as the families who lived there more recently to tend the no...
The guide at the bottom will provide advice, they are well worth listening to as they share some great and valuable information about the precious area the rock is, being both a world heritage site and a nature re...
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Knocknarea Sligo
A lovely walk from the car park along a path takes you to the top of this mountain for some amazing views that take in the coast and beautiful scenery inland.
We are experienced hillwalkers so the ascent was relatively easy from the car park above Strandhill and made very atmospheric by a morning mist that bathed the fields and kept the summit out of sight until we were...
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Conor Pass Dingle Peninsula
If you drive up from Dingle you can drive to the car park for the great views north and south and then return to Dingle without hitting the narrow roads.
... a lot of our Sunday walks are in this vacinity .I woukd recommend that you walk with a group .Tge car park at the top has views down to Cloghane & Tralee Bay and also down to Dingle Town & Harbour & of course ...
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