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Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Limerick
"Leaving the Viking city of Limerick in the morning and heading out for the west of Ireland your driver/guide will provide narration regarding some of the history of this historic city like King Johns castle and about the walled trading city it once was. First head out to the ‘Burren’ or ‘stoney ground’ or ‘rocky place’ in English while you pass through ‘Corofin’ and ‘Kilfenora’ and skirting around ‘Lisdoonvarna’ famous for its match making festival in the month of September. You'll learn about how all of thes is a place known as the ‘mini cliffs’ which is a warm up before seeing the famous cliffs which are the focus of this tour. Notice the beautiful and unusual landscape right in the heart of the Burren. It was once a coral reef under a tropical sea off the 80% of the flowers and fauna of Ireland grew there on the face of the Atlantic looking out at the Arran Islands. From this area you'll make your way to ‘Doolin’ a little village in the west of Ireland. It’s a great spot for lunch and they brew there own beer called ‘Dooliner’.  From here
From EUR390.00
 
Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Killarney
"The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that will capture your heart and live in your memory forever. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atla we will start the Cliffs of Mohar tour from Killarney. On route we will visit Bunratty Castle which is a must on the itinerary and is your chance to experience a window into Ireland’s history. You can explore the castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk tapestries and works of art which capture the mood of those times.  You can explore at your own leisure and marvel at the fixtures and fittings. At night time the castle is the impressive setting for the medieval castle banquets which are held year round. During our visit to Bunratty Castle we will also visit the Folk Park. Here you will enjoy the sights sounds
From EUR440.00
 
Day Trip to the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin
"Board your coach from the Dublin Visitor Centre and travel in style directly to Ireland’s most impressive natural attraction: the Cliffs of Moher. This round-trip drive takes roughly 8 hours with 2 hours to spend independently at the site where you’ll have the freedom to explore this natural wonder at your own pace.En route your driver makes a stop in the village of Doolin home to Ireland’s burgeoning surf scene in addition to some restaurants and traditional Irish pubs.On arrival at the World Heritage–listed Geopark learn about its array of flora and fauna as well as its place in Irish history and folklore at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre. Stroll the grassland paths along the cliff’s edge and peer at the sea stacks sea caves
From EUR39.00

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The Cliffs of Moher

Well, we made it! The Cliffs of Moher! One of Ireland's most visited sights and rightfully so! The cliffs are about five miles long and my pictures just don't do them justice! They are huge and it is...
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chrissyalex
Apr 26, 2003

CLIFFS OF MOHER

At the bottom of this picture you can make out the bit of cliff which juts out just below O'Briens Tower. There are big signs warning visitors not to cross over the wall but very few people seem to...
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hevbell
Mar 11, 2005

CLIFFS OF MOHER

One of the most stunning sights in Ireland, and consequently one of the most heavily visited, the Cliffs of Moher stretch for approx 6 miles from Hags Head in the south to just north of O'Briens Tower...
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hevbell
Mar 11, 2005

Surf, Birds and Cliffs

The Cliffs of Mohr are among the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland.We were here on a nice clear day in early June and were able to observe both the cliffs, which are some 400-700 feet above...
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grandmaR
Aug 24, 2009

Cliffs of Moher "The Atlantic Edge Center"

The new visitor's center which cost €22 million to build is nestled into the hillside (mostly underground) and has a restaurant, exhibits in four areas OCEAN, ROCK, NATURE and MAN. and a movie about...
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grandmaR
Jun 25, 2007

The Cliffs of Moher

Situated in County Clare the cliffs of Moher are spectuclar cliffs that rise up to 213 meters and a range of 8 kilometers over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of Co Claire. From the clifts...
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IrishFem
Jul 02, 2012

Cliffs of Moher

For the best views, climb O'Brien's Tower which stands atop the highest point on the cliffs. The tower is not ancient but still picturesque and offers great vistas. It is hard to describe the beauty...
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rexvaughan
Aug 06, 2005

Fantastic Cliff Views

The Cliffs of Moher are a realy fantastic place to get gorgeous views of the sea. I was ther in early January and the power of the waves bashing into the cliffs was awe-inspiring. The wind was so...
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supercarys
Apr 25, 2007

Cliffs of Moher

This is one of the most popular spots for tourists after the Guinness Storehouse. The best time to go there is in the Autumn on a cool, clear chilly day. There are just too many people there in...
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Tayto
Nov 15, 2007

Cliffs of Moher

Probably Ireland's most popular tourist attraction for many year, the cliffs now have new visitor's centre (Feb 2007) complete with interpretive centre, cafe, shops etc. It could have ruined the place...
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kevarms
Jun 08, 2007

Cliffs of Moher

Well, what can I say. The Cliffs of Moher is a simply breathtaking place. Do not leave Ireland without paying a visit.If you've seen Westlife's "My Love" music video then you'd have had a glimpse of...
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Deefstes
Feb 25, 2003

O'BRIENS TOWER

An observation tower built by Cornelius O'Brien in 1835 to impress female visitors to the cliffs. It used to be said of O'Brien that he had built everything in the area except for the cliffs...
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hevbell
Mar 11, 2005
 
 
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Things to Do Near Cliffs of Moher

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Bunratty Castle

The name Bunratty, Bun Raite (or possibly, Bun na Raite) in Irish, means the 'bottom' or end of the 'Ratty' river. This river, alongside the castle, flows into the nearby Shannon estuary. Bunratty...
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Cliffs of Moher

O'Brien's Tower is no historical building, but rather made for the tourist-industry: it was built already in the 19th century by a local farmer for the many tourists, who came to see the famous Cliffs...
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Folk Park

When walking around the Bunratty Folk Park we came across a large Irish Wolfhound snoozing in the grass. A big fella that was used to people, he opened his eyes for a look and then went back to...
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Aillwee Caves

Only a few miles outside Ballyvaughan there's Aillwee Caves. A farmer found these caves in the 1940s when his dog ran into one of the entrances. He kept quiet for around 30 years (amazing for an...
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Poulnabrone Dolmen

Poulnabrone Dolmen is an ancient portal tomb located in the Burren region of County Clare, south of Ballyvaughan. We visited this spot on a tour of the Burren and Cliffs of Moher with Galway Tour...
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St Finghans

These days it’s one of the great ruins of Ireland, though less visited than most of the others because it’s not on the beaten path and the busses don’t come here apparently. There’s also special...
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