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Cliffs of Moher

Lislorkan North | Latitude: 52.9714578 Longitude: -9.4247540, Liscannor, Ireland
+353 65 708 6141
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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 cafes, gift shop, toilets, first aid centre, information points and baggage store
  • Excellent78%
  • Very good16%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Lislorkan North | Latitude: 52.9714578 Longitude: -9.4247540, Liscannor, Ireland
+353 65 708 6141
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The idea that tourists waste a day driving from Dublin and back to see some average cliffs is a pity when there is so much more wonderful places near Dublin like Newgrange, Glendalough & Belfast. The views are beautiful for about 10 minutes as you...More

Thank generator5000
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I knew about the Cliffs of Moher through some pages on Instagram and believe me when I say: the cliffs will take your breath away :) We were advised at the B&B to park the car at Guerin's Farm (for 5€ only), then take 3-min...More

Thank Rana A
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a must-see sight while visiting Ireland. It was truly spectacular! Wear hiking shoes as the path can be slippery. You'll be more comfortable if you dress for wet, chilly, windy conditions. Plan to spend some time in the exhibit if you can. It...More

Thank travelbug669
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were fortunate that the weather was good for November and we were able to view the cliffs in all their glory in the sunshine although it was quite windy. They are spectacular and a definite visit for all visiting Ireland's beautiful Atlantic West Coast.

Thank simples228
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The scenery was spectacular . The guide had a sense of spirit that was quite delightful. The only problem was I just felt she kept favoring certain countries in the way she spoke which gave particular people from more countries more power than other’s during...More

Thank leximay121
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is simply said, Mother Nature at her best! Yes, it is a long drive and yes, it is windy and yes, it is busy, BUT it is simply spectacular! We were on a tour so the bus dropped us off near the main area...More

Thank lovetohike1111
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were here the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. It was rainy, foggy, windy and cold. We took to the trail, which I might add is very good indeed, and leisurely walked along the cliffs. We stopped periodically to take pictures. Yes,we were told at the entrance...More

Thank ukmom2008
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's in the middle of nowhere but easy to find. The sight is big and if you want to walk the whole length of it and see the visitor centre, you need at least 2 hours. We were there on a nice day so the...More

Thank mikanja
Reviewed 1 week ago

I read the one-star reviews and wondered if we had visited the same place. Granted we were on a tour so our bus let us out near the visitor center and we didn't have to fight parking. However, anyone who does indeed get out of...More

Thank Magnolia13
Reviewed 1 week ago

We headed up the Cliffs on a blustery drizzly day. The steps and pedestrian improvements done did improve the experience. Was great to get out of the car and stretch your legs up the hill. Would recommend the walks either side along the tops of...More

Thank Wombler661
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John G
December 5, 2017|
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Response from JC-Qld | Reviewed this property |
We were a party of 3. The driver dropped us off up the (public) road from the entry, we walked in. The driver drove to the car park and was forced to pay for 3 persons because someone had called the booth and told them we... More
November 6, 2017|
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Response from MariaVoltolina | Reviewed this property |
I think you would walk for two hour and an half, following the route of the baby cliffs, that are the coast of rocks: we went to Doolin by car after the trip to eat the famous "Seafood chawder" and we was here in an half... More
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Miguel D
November 5, 2017|
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Response from waughzer2016 | Reviewed this property |
Not as cold as Lille would be around that time of year... will be damp and windy... if it's on the bucket list and you're in the West of Ireland do it and enjoy it... it's a case of mind over matter, if you don't mind, then... More