1. The Burren
Bucolic villages, spring flowers, windswept and rocky, the Burren doesn’t represent the typical green Ireland but has its own beauty. Although Burren’s real charm lies in the Karst topography, there are some great archeological and historical sites in the region including more than 90 megalithic tombs, a Celtic high cross, portal dolmens, and several ring forts. Don’t miss the exceptionally well-preserved Caherconnell Stone Fort and Corcomroe Abbey which is one of the main scenic attractions in the area.