Baltray Ship Wreck, Co. Louth
Remains of the 344-ton Irish Trader, of Hartlepool, grounded in 1974 en route from Sharpness to Drogheda with a cargo of fertiliser.
Bunbeg Wreck, Co. Donegal
Known locally as 'Bad Eddie' (Eddie's Boat), it has been situated on Magherclogher beach since the early 70s where it had run ashore due to rough seas.
Caherconnell Stone Fort, Co. Clare
Built over 1000 years ago Caherconnell is the only fort in the Burren scientifically excavated and developed for tourism. It is one of the best-preserved dry stone forts in the Burren.
Caitin's Pub and Hostel, Iveragh Peninsula, Co. Kerry
Caitins is a traditional old-style pub with guest accommodation. The hostel has just been renovated and now provides very high quality accommodation. B&B is also available. Within 2km there is a post office, grocery shop, petrol station and a safe blue-flag beach for swimming.
Cliff / Shell Cottage, Cullenstown, Co. Wexford
This artistically designed, thatched cottage is entirely covered in shells including every exterior surface and the adjacent outbuildings. It was transformed by its owner Kevin L. Ffrench (1921-2003) and was repaired in 2006 with financial assistance from the Heritage Council. It is situated overlooking the beautiful sandy Green Flag beach.
Craigmore Viaduct, Co. Armagh
The viaduct consists of 18 arches of 60 ft span, the highest being 126ft, making Craigmore the highest viaduct in Ireland.
Crom Castle and Estate, Co. Fermanagh
The Estate extends to 1900 acres and is set on a peninsula surrounded by the shimmering waters of Upper Lough Erne. It is one of the most important Wildlife Nature Reserves owned by the National Trust. Old Crom Castle was built in 1611 by a Scottish planter from Fife, Michael Balfour. The present castle was built in 1820 in the Victorian style and has been the home to the Crichton family, Earls of Erne for centuries.
Downpatrick Head, Dun Briste, Co. Mayo
The Sea Stack which was separated from the mainland in 1393 as a result of high seas and the people were taken off using ships ropes. It is 63m by 23m, 45m high and 228m from the shore.