Ireland is the beautiful island beside Great Britain, with natural greenery and amazing landscape. There are more and more travelers are coming to the countryside of the Ireland. People more like walking and cycling in the country to watch the beauty from closer.
Renting a car and driving on the left side of the road is still a popular way to explore the landscape, but the Republic of Ireland is the development of a national system of trails and green ways trails loop to a deeper penetration into the promotion beauty of the country and its Celtic heritage.
The most famous garden estate, Powers Court House and Gardens, offer tours of the interior near about 47 acres of Gardens. Wicklow Mountains have superb scenery and hiking tracks; visitors can enjoy the ancient stone and characteristic round tower, and take a walk on one of several trails in the surrounding hills. The Medieval city is also a good trait for walking and destination of art and culture and featured with 12’Th century castles.
Ireland castles are also interesting and historical points which visitors like to explore.
There are three World Heritage Sites on the island: the Brú na Boinne, Skellig Michael and the Giant’s Causeway. A number of other places are on the tentative list, for example the Burren, the Ceide Fields and Mount Stewart.
Some of the most visited sites in Ireland include Bunratty Castle, the Rock of Cashel, the Cliffs of Maher, Holy Cross Abbey and Blarney Castle. Historically important monastic sites include Glendalough and Clonmacnoise, which are maintained as national monuments in the Republic of Ireland.
Dublin is the most heavily tourist regions and home to several of the most popular attractions such as the Guinness Storehouse and The Book of Kells. The west and south west, which includes the Lakes of Killarney and the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry and Connemara and the Aran Islands in County Galway, are also popular tourist destinations. Achill Island lies off the coast of County Mayo and is Ireland’s largest island. It is a popular tourist destination for surfing and contains 5 Blue Flag beaches and Croaghaun one of the world’s highest sea cliffs. Stately homes, built during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries in Palladian, Neoclassical and neo-Gothic styles, such as, Castle Ward, Castle town House, Bantry House, is also of interest to tourists. Some have been converted into hotels, such as Ashford Castle, Castle Leslie and Dromoland Castle.