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.
This mythical hill in County Meath is steeped in legend and lore - its prominent location and commanding views over the Boyne Valley and beyond made it one of the most important sites in the ancient east of Ireland.
Inis Cealtra became known as "Holy Island" during the middle ages, when the monastery was one the most frequented pilgrimage sites in Ireland. But the island was already considered a sacred place in pagan times.