Waterfalls

Image by William Murphy

The Iveagh Gardens

This  sumptuous Victorian park, once the private delight of a wealthy Dublin elite, is today free to everyone.

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Torc Waterfall

Torc Waterfall

Visitors enjoy the woodland flora and fauna that mark the way to Torc Waterfall, a majestic, 60 ft.

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Tollymore Forest Park

Tollymore Forest Park

The first state forest to be granted Forest Park status in Northern Ireland, Tollymore Forest Park celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2005.

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Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall

Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall

Powerscourt Estate and Gardens

Nestled in the Wicklow Mountains near the village of Enniskerry is perhaps the most beautiful garden in all of County Wicklow, at the Estate of Powerscourt.

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Glendalough Co. Wicklow by Matt Rudge

Glendalough

The ancient beauty spot of Glendalough is a popular retreat for Ireland’s city dwellers.

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Glencar Waterfall. Image by rosario fiore.

Glencar Waterfall and Lake

The beautiful, romantic Glencar Waterfall in County Leitrim is well hidden off the road between Sligo and Manorhamilton/Enniskillen, at the bottom of Kings mountain. With a drop of about 50 feet, it is a small but enchanting cascade — its lush foliage and craggy, layered rocks offering offering a “lost world” atmosphere.

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Boat trip through the Marble Arch caves. Image by Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism.

The Marble Arch Caves

Set in a nature reserve, the Marble Arch Cave complex at the village of Florencecourt in County Fermanagh and have a magical atmosphere, reminiscent of Stephen Speilberg’s movie The Goonies.

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