World travelers almost certainly have a vacation bucket list a mile long – and with good reason. There are so many beautiful destinations in this world, and it can feel overwhelming when it comes time to choose the next spot.

For those thinking of traveling to Ireland soon, consider visiting one of these beautiful and natural destinations. Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and will make the perfect spot for many tourists.

Causeway Coast

The Causeway Coast, otherwise known as The Giant’s Causeway, is a must-visit location for all travelers. There are countless reasons to love this location, from the beautiful views to the intrigue that comes with its creation. Additionally, The Giant’s Causeway has been featured in many fantasy adaptations in recent years, including Game of Thrones.

Cliffs of Moher, County Clare

The Cliffs of Moher rise up over seven hundred feet and go on for almost five miles along the Atlantic coast. Naturally, this makes them quite the sight to see. These unique formations were created through erosion, resulting in something exquisite and ethereal. For those afraid of heights – don’t worry; there are safe platforms available.


Did you know that there is a vast stretch of wildness within Ireland? Known as Connemara, it is full of lakes, bogs, and little hidden bays. Strewn throughout all this beautiful wilderness are small towns, making it the perfect place for a traveler to visit.

Sliabh Liag (Slieve League)

If you’re hoping to see all of the scenic cliffs that Ireland has to offer, don’t forget to add Sliabh Liag to your list. These cliffs provide a striking ocean view that gives the impression of standing at the edge of the world, combined with a gentle rolling fog.

Skellig Michael, County Kerry

Last but certainly not least, there’s Skellig Michael. To reach Skellig Michael, one must hire a boat – and mind the rocks hidden under the waves. Despite this complication, the island is a stunning and worthwhile destination to visit. It offers lush nature in hues of green most only ever dream of seeing. Additionally, a six hundred step climb leads to an abandoned monastery.