Ireland’s spectacular south west coastline

Between the breathtaking aerial footage flying high over staggering cliffs and the panning shots showing the magnificence of Ireland’s great house and castles, Brazilian filmmaker Junior Braun has managed to make Ireland look incredible even on a dull and rainy day.

In his latest video of the counties in the south west, Braun treks through Kilkenny, Tipperary, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, and Clare, capturing something magical at every turn.

Moving to Ireland to learn English and be in close proximity to the rest of Europe so as to further his travel prospects, Braun was instantly enamored with the country’s landscape.

“When I came to Ireland, my first thought was that I needed to make a video about this amazing country,” he told IrishCentral.

“I went on this trip with my wife and another couple. We had just have 4 days and we wanted to find the most beautiful places in Ireland in 4 days.

“We started to do research and to find the best places to go and found a route starting in Dublin that went through Kilkenny, Tipperary, Cork, Kerry, Clare, Limerick and finished in Dublin again.”

Ireland almost feels abandoned as Braun puts together the beauty of all the south west’s most remote and isolated havens, even happening across deer through the branches of a wood.

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Wild Atlantic Way

Discover the Wild Atlantic Way!

The Wild Atlantic Way is set to be Ireland’s first long-distance touring route, stretching along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork. – The Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500km along Ireland’s western seaboard. From Donegal in the north to Cork in the south, through regions like Connemara, The Burren, Galway Bay and Kerry, the route is the longest defined coastal drive in the world.

You could drive the whole route in one go but you don’t have to. Instead, you may want to slow down and dive in deep. For it’s out on these western extremities – drawn by the constant rhythm of the ocean’s roar and the consistent warmth of the people you’ll find the Ireland you’ve always imagined.