Over the course of the week over on Instagram we publish a good wallop of photos and videos taken across our wonderful little country.
Then when Sunday hits and the reality of another week sailing over the horizon hits home, we take a look back at the most popular posts from the week past.
With over 820,000 likes, here’s the top 18 shots uploaded over the week in no particular order.
1 – A little slice of a Dublin City #sunset with the sound of crashing waves in the background
2 – Evening wanderin’ in #Dublin City
3 – Photoshop wizardry or some insanely choppy waves at Malin Head in County Donegal?
4 – When you come to #Ireland, make sure to step off the beaten track and mingle with the locals
5 – An aerial view of the #Blasket ruins and a way of life that has long since been forgotten
6 – Sit back. Relax. And let the #wanderlust wash all over you
7 – According to legend, the Giants Causeway in County Antrim was built during a heated argument between a Scottish and an Irish giant
8 – Ireland – where the world ends
9 – The enormous seastack known as Dun Briste at Downpatrick Head in County Mayo!
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10 – The Northern Lights making the sky above Ireland sing! The Aurora Borealis over Lagg Church at Malin Head
Apparently the #NorthernLights were visible from parts of #Ireland last night! Didn’t get a chance to see ’em? Click the link in the bio to see a tonne of photos that show the Northern Lights making the sky above #Ireland sing! Pictured is Aurora Borealis over Lagg Church at #MalinHead on the #WildAtlanticWay! Photo by Michael Gill
11 – You’ve gotta love the complete and utter randomness that you encounter while travelling around Ireland
You’ve gotta #love the complete and utter randomness that you encounter while travelling around #Ireland. Here’s a bloke busking while a donkey (wearing a hat) with a dog plonked on its back listen on! A wonderful chunk of madness! Photo taken in #dingle in County Kerry by @amy_does_music #instaireland
12 – Arguably the most scenic GAA pitch in Ireland on Inishturk Island
On the morning of the biggest day in #Irish sport – The 2016 All #Ireland Final – we’re taking you away from the roaring crowds and bright lights of Dublin’s #CrokePark, and heading out west to arguably the most scenic GAA pitch in Ireland on #Inishturk Island! Click the link in the bio to see looooads more!! Photo snapped by @ashlingmullin #instaireland