Most of the travel guids lead people from Cliffs of Moher inland to the Dolmen or something like that.
That way you miss a beautiful coastal scenary.
Local people told me to do so and I was very happy to have listened to them.
The road is a bit worse than inland, but it is worth to go.
Wherewer you stop, you will enjoy it.
- Road Trip
- Family Travel
It's a long time ago when I last visited Ireland. But nobody wrote about this cave, so I will add it. I like to visit caves and this one I remember quiet interesting. For more information just look on the website.
Website: http://www.nci.ie/aillwee/tour.htmRelated to:
- Historical Travel
Anyone who thinks of the Burren usually thinks of the Cliffs of Moher, the pubs with traditional irish music in Doolin, or the wonderful seafood in Ballyvaughan. But there is much more to the Burren and it's best discovered by bicycle. One such place is Pollnagcolm Cave. This is the Burren's most extensive cave system. Other things to see are the Hazel scrub and limstone pavements best seen in the south-east of the Burren. Mullaghmore is a typical example of limestone being distorted by tectonic forces. And there is much more to see...
Website: http://www.westirelandcycling.comRelated to:
- National/State Park