Ireland, known as the “Emerald Isle,” is home to many beautiful landscapes and extraordinary natural landmarks. Aside from the country’s signature green fields, there are bodies of water, cliffs, and more, which give Ireland its remarkable scenery. One of the most fascinating places is Giants Causeway, which consists of 40,000 rock columns that resulted from a volcanic eruption, and which is surrounded with blue water. The Cliffs of Moher are another popular area for sightseeing. These cliffs rise 700 feet above the water below them, and there are nearby villages with rustic Irish charm. There are also places such as Kerry and Sligo, which offer coastline views. Kerry in particular is mountainous, as well. Also on the water are the Aran Islands, which are isolated from the mainland. These islands have a unique beauty of weathered rock, and they also have forts from the Iron Age as well as the world’s smallest church.