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The 7 most instagrammable places in Ireland

The most beautiful locations across the country for taking photos has been revealed.

IrishCentral Staff

The most Instagrammable spots in Ireland have been revealed, with stops along the Wild Atlantic Way coming out on top.

Research by InstaTours, an Instagram tour company in Ireland, has uncovered the most beautiful locations across the country for taking photos.

To uncover the Emerald Isle's most Instagrammable places, researchers reviewed the volume of hashtags on Instagram for each location, checking the photo quality of each spot by professional photographers and measuring the number of travel blogs featuring each setting.  

InstaTours found that the most popular locations all had one thing in common – nature.  

According to the researchers, the secret to a great Instagram photo is beautiful backgrounds, a sunrise/sunset and lack of other people around.

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots in Ireland:

Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher. Credit: Getty Images

One of the most popular places listed was the Cliffs of Moher, located on the west coast of Ireland in County Clare. 

Towering over 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean, these rugged cliffs offer breathtaking views in Ireland. 

Walk along marked cliffside paths and see unique flora and fauna, to understand why the cliffs are a symbol of Ireland's natural beauty.  

If you stand on the edge of the cliffs and point your camera at the sea? You will get the best photo with a view of the long cliffs!

Giant's Causeway

Giant's Causeway. Credit: Getty Images

With its 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Northern Ireland, is an eye-catcher for your Instagram post. 

Walk along the unique hexagonal columns and create optical illusions that will amaze your followers!

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle. Credit: Tourism Ireland

Blarney Castle, home to the famous Blarney Stone, in County Cork is a historic gem. The big gardens and mystical aura make it an Instagrammable destination. 

The mystical aura of the castle's stone walls is just begging to be captured, and don't forget to kiss the Blarney Stone to receive the gift of eloquence (or, the ability to write a perfect Instagram caption!)

The Dark Hedges

The Dark Hedges. Credit: Ireland's Content Pool

The Dark Hedges are an ethereal avenue of beech trees in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and are known for their appearance in the hit series "Game of Thrones."

The interlocking branches create a fairytale-like atmosphere, making it a must-visit location for Instagrammers seeking a touch of magic in their feed. 

The researcher of this piece, Julia Kostik said, “I think you have to have seen nature with your own eyes to understand the symbolism and passion behind it. Nothing is more passionate and peaceful than the untouched nature of Ireland.”

Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey. Credit: Tourism Ireland

The stunning Kylemore Abbey in the heart of Connemara, will amaze your followers who are looking for a touch of magic on their feeds. 

Be enchanted by the tranquil nature, the high walls and the spectacular Pollacapull lake and take unforgettable photos!

Dublin's Temple Bar

Temple Bar. Credit: Getty Images

Temple Bar is a hub of creativity, culture and street art. 

Be impressed by the colourful houses and be in the hotspot for the perfect Instagram photo, in the most multicoloured district of Dublin. 

In every case, you have to visit the Temple Bar square. It is surrounded by pubs, restaurants and street performances. If you would like to have a nice beer and listen to traditional Irish music, you have to go to the Temple Bar pub! 

Dingle Peninsula

Slea Head, Dingle Peninsula. Credit: Ireland's Content Pool

From pristine beaches to cliffs to small fishing villages, the Dingle Peninsula on the southwest coast of Ireland offers. Here you can capture the natural beauty of Ireland.