Depart from Dublin heading for the Cliffs Of Moher, the No.1 Tourist Attraction in Ireland.
We will head for The Majestic Cliffs Of Moher and step out to the edge of the world with awe-inspiring views. Spend time here to relax, hike or enjoy the self-guided exhibition at The Visitors Centre.
From here travel through the lunar-like landscape of The Burren towards the small Irish town of Doolin.
After lunch in the picturesque town of Doolin, we will follow the rugged coastline around Black Head and take a rest stop at the fishing village of Kinvara to enjoy refreshments and a photo opportunity.
The breathtaking Cliffs of Moher are situated in County Clare along the wild Atlantic Way. They have stood majestically facing the Atlantic for over 350 million years and their beauty is awesome.
It is Ireland’s most visited tourist attraction and when you visit you will see why.
O'Brien's Tower was built in 1835 by Cornelius O'Brien as an observations tower for the visitors flocking to the area even then almost 200 years ago.
Cornelius himself was a direct descendant of Bian Boru the first High King of Ireland.
On a clear day, you can see the Arran Islands, the Connemara coast and beyond.
After the cliffs, the next stop is the Burren. Just read the Lonely Planet website's description… “[The Burren is] a unique striated lunar-like landscape of barren grey limestone that was shaped beneath ancient seas, then forced high and dry by a great geological cataclysm.”
Enjoy a delicious lunch in one of the many welcoming local pubs or restaurants. This colourful town is set right in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way on the edge of the historic Burren.
Doolin is a traditional Irish village full of characters and stories who will welcome you with open arms.
Absorb spectacular scenery while we travel around the Black Head and see a unique landscape unlike any other in Ireland.
Kinvara meaning The Head of the Sea is County Galway’s only prominent sea village on the southern shores of Galway Bay. Situated at the head of Kinvara Bay, it once was a thriving port. The perfect stop for refreshments and photo opportunities.
Travel back to Dublin with lots of pictures and memories fo a fun-filled tour to the Cliffs of Moher.