{"id":4059,"date":"2019-03-29T08:33:22","date_gmt":"2019-03-29T08:33:22","guid":{"rendered":"http:\/\/overinireland.com\/?p=4059"},"modified":"2019-07-25T09:05:05","modified_gmt":"2019-07-25T09:05:05","slug":"best-spots-to-take-pictures-in-ireland","status":"publish","type":"post","link":"https:\/\/overinireland.com\/best-spots-to-take-pictures-in-ireland\/","title":{"rendered":"30 UNBELIEVABLE Spots to Take Pictures in Ireland For Instagram!"},"content":{"rendered":"\n

With images as the new way to communicate, passionate shutterbugs are constantly hunting for beguiling spots. In this photography guide to the Eire land, we save you some time and embark you on a picturesque journey across the Emerald Isle. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

Charge your battery, pack your camera, get your selfie-stick; it’s time to shoot some of the most Instagrammable places in the world: Ireland!<\/p>\n\n\n\n

The 2,600km of coastal Wild Atlantic Way\nis a no brainer in terms of natural spectacles and, every bite of the enchanting\nRing of Kerry is worth a shot. Thousands of lakes, castles, viewpoints and\nruins are dispersed along roads and walking routes. Ireland is both a dreamland\nto explorers and a Muse to creators.<\/p>\n\n\n\n

With man-made wonders, unique fauna and\nnatural phenomena, the country surely hides exciting treasures. The following\nlist will steer you towards 30 of the best spots to take pictures in Ireland. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

#1 The Iconic Cliffs of Moher<\/h1>\n\n\n\n

Let us begin this series with the most acclaimed attraction of the country. The Cliff of Moher, located near Lahinch in County Clare, stretches for over 14 kilometres and welcomes an average of 1.5 million visitors per year. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

Perched between 120 and 240 metres, this UNESCO Global Geopark offers awe-inspiring vistas over the Aran Islands. More than 20 breeds of birds, including the endearing Atlantic puffin and the elegant lesser auk, share the rugged lands along with feral goats, weasels and red foxes. The ocean, on its side, is home to dolphins, grey seals and minke whales. \u00a0<\/p>\n\n\n\n

If time allows, four scenic trails are\ntracking the rock face route. Hike through lush green landscapes, wild terrain\nand <\/p>\n\n\n\n