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Scenic cliffs stretching 700 feet over the rugged Atlantic coast. A short walk to O'Brien's Tower provides an excellent lookout on Ireland's beautiful western shoreline. The visitor centre hidden underneath the hillside houses an exhibition, two...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Lislorkan North | Latitude: 52.9714578 Longitude: -9.4247540, Liscannor, Ireland
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A must see in Ireland. About 1 hour and 10 minutes from Limerick. Just use Google maps and follow the directions. Neat towns on the way for lunch stop afterwards. Go early and get your tickets online ahead of time. Very windy when we were...More
Visited the cliffs on an organised day trip and spent 90 minutes there. Once you get used to the high winds it’s absolutely stunning once you reach the top and the scenery is beautiful. There are places to eat and get a drink in the...More
There are people everywhere = so you’ll never find a quiet spot!
And this is the low season ...
But the landscape is absolutely gorgeous = it’s a must see!!
The adult admission is € 8 = but that includes parking.
And they did find...More
Such a beautiful place. Next time I will visit in the summer when the wind and cold isn’t threatening to knock us over lol. Luckily the sun came out and was shining brightly on the Cliffs. Unfortunately there was a bit of construction going on...More
Are the Cliffs filled with tourists? Yes. Do you want to be one of them? Absolutely!
We drove down from Galway on our way to Kenmare on a cold, blustery, rainy Spring day in April.
It didn't make it any less breathtaking. I think it...More
Took a day tour by bus to the Cliffs of Moher with one of the local travel firms - in this case Galway Tours Company. Left Galway about 10:00 ish... with a load of us tourists. Off and cross country passing through the Burrens with...More
You can do a self guided tour at the top of the cliffs. Park in the visitor centre car park and head to the visitor centre. There is also a guided cliff path hike with pat Sweeney, who will bring you up the cliff path and... More
You can do a self guided tour at the top of the cliffs. Park in the visitor centre car park and head to the visitor centre. There is also a guided cliff path hike with pat Sweeney, who will bring you up the cliff path and fill you in on all the sites, local history and stories. If you go to o’briens Ferry company at the pier, you can get a cliff cruise and an island visit package. I would highly recommend the cliff cruise. It brings you right under the spectacular cliffs of Moher. You will definitely get a sense of scale from here and if you’re lucky you might even see the puffins.