The Drombeg Stone Circle, locally known as the "Druid's Altar", consists of seventeen tall standing stones located amid picturesque fields of green with views of the Atlantic ocean near the fishing village of Glandore in Westcork.
This miniature temple is one of the most peculiar buildings in Ireland: spectacularly perched on the edge of a cliff high above the sea, it has become an iconic landmark along the north-western coastline.
The impressive ringfort on top of the hill of Greenan is one of the oldest royal sites in Ireland, its history goes back to the Bronze Age and maybe even further... The structure standing there today is only the reconstructed part of what was once a much larger pre-historic complex on top of this prominent hill.
This magical tunnel of entwining beech trees has long been a favourite among photographers, but in recent years the once quiet country lane has become one of Northern Ireland's most popular tourist attractions.
Hidden in the depths of Tollymore Forest at the foot of the Mourne Mountains sits a peculiar little man-made structure on the edge of a gorge above the Shimna River: the so-called "Hermitage" is one of the strangest buildings in Ireland.