Live the moments that take your breath away in Ireland’s romantic, waterfall venues that offer panoramic scenery and breathtaking views of pure mountain water falling over glorious mountaintops. It’s a must-do for honeymooning couples. Here are a few waterfalls that offer some the most romantic ambiance and beautiful scenery.
Climb to the top of moss-covered hills, travelling through wooded terrain to see the perfect expression of natural beauty. Torc Waterfall in Killarney has views of three lakes that link to form the dramatic waterfall. At 65 feet, the exquisite waterfall offers various vantage points to see the eternal beauty of the cascading water. The landmark waterfall is located in the country, near steps that descend to a main trail leading to Killarney.
If you are a poetry enthusiast, Glencar Waterfall is the essence of lyrical romance. Located in Sligo, the waterfall inspired W.B. Yeats poem, The Stolen Child, which highlights the poet’s admiration for the wondrous beauty of the waterfall. You may want to visit Glencar after a rainfall, which enhances the flowing water, rushing by in magnificent splendour.
The highest waterfall in Ireland stands at 398 feet. Nestled in the Wicklow Mountains, Powerscourt Waterfall is the perfect place to plan a honeymoon picnic. Surrounded by 200-year old trees and amazing parklands, the area attracts a host of wildlife, including deer and several bird species. Take a romantic walk through the woods, listening to the birds sing or sit quietly sharing special time together. The waterfall is part of an estate that also has a medieval castle.
Exploring the natural waterfalls of Ireland is one way to spend romantic time while enjoying your honeymoon in one of the world’s most beautiful countries. Make unforgettable memories in sprawling landscapes and spectacular mountains. The distinctive scenery and poetry-inspiring waterfalls will surely make your vacation magical.