The best of Ireland scenery is featured in our top drone videos today. Known as the Garden of Europe, these professional videos capture the romance of Irish countryside.  From an eagles view, we cover Powerscourt Waterfall and Gardens, Glendalough, Yeats Country, Gougane Barra in Cork and the rugged West of Ireland.  The last video is of County Kerry which is just out of this world beautiful. 

You will find 40 shades of green, monasteries and castles, lakes surrounded by wild rushes, waterfalls and gardens. Ireland sure is a natural garden. Enjoy these drone videos of Ireland’s beautiful scenery. 

With the latest top drones, it sure is getting a lot easier to create fantastic aerial cinematography like the videos of Ireland below.  Enjoy watching the stunning rugged beauty of the Emerald Isle.

Best Aerial Views Of Ireland

40 Shades Of Green By Drone

Ireland is all about history, beautiful scenery, music and friendly hospitable locals.  Nowhere compares to the wild countryside of the Emerald Isle with its lakes, rivers, gardens, green fields and rugged coastline. These drone videos capture Ireland perfectly.

Drone Over Powerscourt Waterfall and Gardens 

This drone video captures the Powerscourt Estate in all its beauty.  The Waterfall located in County Wicklow is Ireland’s highest at 398 feet.  The Powerscourt estate and gardens which have recently been voted no. 3 in the World’s Top 10 Gardens by the National Geographic.  It’s a great place to bring the picnic basket along with the whole family.

Serene Gougane Barra, County Cork

This quadcopter video of Gougane Barra starts with the 16th century monastery, the fresh waters of the lake surrounded by green pastures and rugged terrain. Just beautiful.  Perfect for a picnic and a snooze by the lake.

40 Shades Of Green

This next video really shows off the ruggedness of Ireland, its small fishing villages and harbors.  Don’t forget to count all the different shades of green.  There is quite a few shots of County Sligo which is also known as Yeats Country after the Nobel Prize writer William Butler Yeats.

Glendalough In County Wicklow

I can’t describe Glendalough.  It’s just too beautiful. So I will just let the drone video show you.  Totally Wow. It’s a great place for a picnic, a walk or just to sit around taking it easy.

Rugged Wild West Cork Drone Video

Here is some of the best aerial footage from around West Cork’s landmarks taken by Tom Vaughan.  He’s a terrific pilot and top notch aerial photographer for sure.

Beautiful County Kerry By Drone

Lonely Planet describes County Kerry as follows.

County Kerry contains some of Ireland’s most iconic scenery: surf-pounded sea cliffs and soft golden strands, emerald-green farmland criss-crossed by tumbledown stone walls, mist-shrouded bogs and cloud-torn mountain peaks.

With one of the country’s finest national parks as its backyard, the lively tourism hub of Killarney spills over with colorful shops, restaurants and pubs loud with spirited trad music. The town is the jumping-off point for Kerry’s two famed loop drives: the larger Ring of Kerry skirts the mountainous, island-fringed Iveragh Peninsula.

Dingle Peninsula is like a condensed version of its southern neighbor, with ancient Christian sites, sandy beaches and glimpses of a hard, unforgiving land.

Kerry’s exquisite beauty makes it one of Ireland’s most popular tourist destinations. But if you need to escape from the crowds, there’s always a mountain pass, an isolated cove or an untrodden trail to discover.

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