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Top 8 Instagram worthy shots in Munster 📸🤳

05 Apr Top 8 Instagram worthy shots in Munster 📸🤳

Cork county is brimming with beautiful sites for Instagram addicts to get those cameras snapping. Munster is one of the most photogenic places in Ireland with many beautiful backdrops for the perfect selfie.

Here are 8 of the most picturesque spots in Munster:

1. Blarney House

Blarney Castle may grab the spotlight over Blarney House, but make no mistake, Blarney House’s beauty is just as difficult to put into words. This Victorian style house is surrounded by nature’s most beautiful gifts. From the house gardens which are filled with some of the rarest trees in Ireland to Blarney lake, the home to some of the most beautiful wildlife in Ireland. The only problem you will have is deciding what photos to delete on your phone to make space for more pics.

2. Mizen Head

This tiny peninsula is the most southern point of Ireland, tourists from all over the world come to see the awe-inspiring views of the jagged cliffs and breathtaking snapshots those from the bridge. Mizen Head is a fantastic location for not only photo-fanatics but also those in need of some serious nature therapy.

A picture of Mizen Head bridge overlooking the ocean.

3. Cobh

Cobh is situated on the southern shore of the Emerald Isle. If you’re interested in visiting a truly historic town with ample photo opportunities, this is the place for you. The town is filled with vibrantly colored buildings overlooked by one of the most impressive cathedrals you’ll ever lay eyes upon.

If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, Fota wildlife park is just a stone’s throw away. It’s filled with some of the most exotic animals known to man, the perfect combination for a selfie.

4. Glenview Garden’s Hobbit House

This garden is a little gem off the beaten track, it’ll have you believing in fairy tales all over again while strolling through its three acres of mythically inspired landscaping. You may feel like a giant standing next to the Hobbit style house that’s on display. It’s the perfect place for a nature pic.

5. Youghal

If you’re a bit of a history buff who loves to walk along a sprawling strand, there’s no place like the medieval seaside town of Youghal. Stroll through the medieval style streets, we suggest you bring a power bank on this adventure because you’ll want to capture every moment on your trip to ancient Ireland. Choosing what pics to make a collage out of will be a challenge!

6. Cork’s Model Railway Village

Do you want to travel around Cork, but just don’t have the time to experience all it has on offer? We have the solution for you!

Travel around Cork with our very own miniature Thomas The Tank Engine from one iconic town to another. Stroll from station to station taking in the fine craftsmanship on offer. Just don’t forget to get your camera out as you might get lost in the moment.

A picture of the model railway village.

7. Barleycove Beach

Barleycove Beach is one of the biggest beaches in Cork, it stretches for miles on end. It’s also known as the ‘Costa Del Cork’ when the sun shines. It’s the perfect place to get a coastal pic with the clean sandy beaches and magnificent waves crashing in from the Atlantic.

8. Waterford Greenway

Explore the nature of Waterford by trekking through its 46 kilometres off road trail which is carved into Ireland’s most superb forests and grasslands. Be warned, don’t get too distracted by the natural beauty on offer or you may fall off. Try not to wear out your camera roll as much as your legs.

An image of a man cycling through a tunnel.

You’ll now have an album full of memories of your Irish adventures to show off to your friends once you finish up your internships!

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