St Brigid’s round tower in Kildare is not only climbable, but it is also the second tallest one ever built, measuring 33 metres (108 feet) tall. It was originally constructed in the 6th century, with a renovation occurring in the 12th century, it is made out of Wicklow granite.
Well in fact Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair is Tasmania’s most visited national park in the heart of the 1.4 million hectare Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area. It’s a beautiful alpine landscape of rugged peaks, deep gorges, tall forests, glacial lakes and (when its not snowing), windy moors.
The wide Mill Bay Boardwalk in Narooma, N.S.W, is one of my favourites as the 1.3km walk takes your right over the inlet and gives you the option of heading out to the break wall and ocean, where there are more spectacular views.
Located in Irelands "Sunny South East" in West Waterford, is the distinctively pretty village of Ardmore. The village features hilly walks, breathtaking coastal scenery, St Declans Round Tower, and many white washed thatched cottages.