Caves are magical underground wonders and have always held a fascination for me. Wander through them and think about who lives here. With the forces of the ocean outside crashing against the rocks, the cave can become a safe haven for those that seek shelter, a safe place. A sea cave, also known as a littoral cave, is a type of cave formed primarily by the wave action of the sea. The primary process involved is erosion. You can learn more about sea caves here
So where are the best caves in Ireland?
They are spread all over country. Some are smaller that others, but they surely surprise you.
- Ailwee Cave, Ballyvaughan Co Clare
- Doolin Cave
- Marble Arch Caves
- Crag Cave Castleisland, Co.Kerry
- Mitchelstown caves
- Maghera Caves and Port