Dublin

   
Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle was the seat of British rule in Ireland until 1922.

Dublin Castle

Most of the current Dublin Castle dates from the 18th century.

Traditional Irish dancing

Traditional Irish dancing, Arlington Hotel, Temple Bar district

Irish Pale Ale

Ohara's Irish Pale Ale is popular locally.

County Kerry

   
Atlantic lashing the Iveragh Peninsula

The wild Atlantic lashing the Iveragh Peninsula in south-western Ireland

Skelling, Iveragh Peninsula

Skelling, Iveragh Peninsula

Tetrapod Trackway, Valentia Island

Tetrapod Trackway, ancient Devonian era amphibian footprints, Valentia Island

Cromwell Lighthouse, Valentia Island

Cromwell Lighthouse, Valentia Island, Iveragh Peninsula.

Fort on Valentia Island

Cannon from 16th century Cromwell Fleetwood Fort, Valentia Island

Valentia Island, Iveragh Peninsula

Valentia Island is the most westerly point of Europe.

Cottages on Valentia Island

Cottages on Valentia Island

Moll's Gap pass, Ring of Kerry

Moll's Gap pass on the Ring of Kerry route.

Ancient Dolmen Rock

Dolmen Rock from Neolithic Portal tomb, 4000-3000 BC

Local pub, Valentia Island

Local pub, Valentia Island

Dingle Whiskey Distillery

The Dingle Whiskey Distillery is an independent artisan distillery.

Dingle Whiskey Distillery

Guests at the Dingle Whiskey Distillery

Counties Limerick and Clare

   

Limerick, on the River Shannon, is the fourth largest Irish city.

King John's Castle, Limerick

King John's Castle, Limerick, was built on the orders of King John in 1200.

Excavation at King John's Castle

Excavation of the Great Hall of King John's Castle

Village of Bunratty, County Clare

Village of Bunratty, County Clare

Bunratty Castle, County Clare

Bunratty Castle is a large 15th century tower house.

The Bunratty Medieval Castle features traditional Irish entertainment.

Stone ringfort, County Clare

Caherconnell stone ringfort, Burren area, County Clare, inhabited 400-1200 AD

Sheepdog demonstrations

John Davoren's sheepdog demonstrations at Caherconnel Stone Fort

Irish cottage, County Clare

Irish cottage, County Clare

Cliffs of Moher, west coast of County Clare

Cliffs of Moher, County Clare

Cliffs of Moher, County Clare

The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland's most-visited natural attraction.

O'Brien's Tower, Cliffs of Moher

O'Brien's Tower, 1835, sits atop the highest point of the Cliffs of Moher.

County Wicklow

   
Wicklow Mountains

The Wicklow Mountains occupy the whole centre of County Wicklow.

Upper Lake, Glendealough glacial valley

Upper Lake, Glendealough glacial valley

St. Kevin's Church, Glendalough

St. Kevin's Church, Glendalough

Round Tower and graveyard, Glendalough

Round Tower and graveyard, Glendalough