North of County Kerry, the west coast of Ireland has long drawn visitors entranced by its stunning landscape. From the lush, emerald-green farmland of the Shannon River Valley, you can head north to the towering Cliffs of Moher, wander through the ancient fortress known as the Rock of Cashel, and finally wind your way up steep roads to the extraordinary lunar landscape of the Burren National Park. However far you go, there’s something wonderful to catch your eye. This is where Ireland begins to get wild.
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