Ireland is just the right spot to explore natural and man-made wonders, especially if you’re looking for something with a little bit of history and a dose of culture. But with so much to choose from, it seems impossible to pick something that’s suitable for the whole family, or your fussy other half. Luckily, there are a fair few locations that cater for every taste, some of which have been listed below.

The Ring of Kerry

With unparalleled backdrops and plenty of freshwater marine life to see along the way, The Ring of Kerry is a simply unmissable driving route that boasts plenty to see and do throughout the journey. With a diverse stretch of stunning coast, lush green fields, shimmering glacial lakes and much more besides, you can soak up the natural beauty whilst exploring this beautiful slice of Ireland.

Giant’s Causeway

Though said to be the result of a volcanic eruption dating back as far as 60 million years, this location, with all its columns and stepping stones, is also teeming with local myths and legends. The Giant’s Causeway is worth a visit for those who are intrigued by Irish folklore and history; who knows, you may even spot a few features from the legend of Finn McCool! Click for more on our Giant’s Causeway tours.

The Hill of Tara

Renowned for its royal role in history, that is, being the seat of High Kings, The Hill of Tara is an ancient historic site. It is thought to have been around since the Stone Age, following the creation of a passage tomb. This Irish Wonder will make for a lovely day out for the whole family whilst you delve into the history of the Emerald Isle!

These are just three wonders to keep an eye out for the next time you visit Ireland.