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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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While the weather wasn’t exactly the best, the views were nothing short of amazing. I took a bus tour with a group of friends that allowed us to see much if the beautiful landscapes and visit a small little town for lunch. If you’re lucky...More
Visited the Cliffs of amour on a bus day trip from Dublin. Though the ride is a long one, the destination makes it worthwhile. We were fortunate to have excellent weather (hence great photos) during our trip. Really enjoyed the views.
Suppose popularity makes a large carpark and visitor centre a necessity! The car park is quite a way from the Visitor Centre which has an admission of Eu 8 per person (5 for concessions) but we couldn't work out in the limited time (not wanting...More
It's a bit of a hike going up both sides but you got to do it. Looking over the cliffs you realize how small you really are against the great mother nature. Was worried about the rain but had light showers. It was the wind...More
This is a must see if you are in the area. Nice path along the edge that allows you to hike as long or short as you want. Amazing views that you can t get anywhere else in the world you will not be disappointed.
If visiting the cliffs of Moher and you don’t want to pay the fee for parking there please use the car park at hags head or the park and ride facility available in doolin. Please please please don’t park on the side of the road...More
We came to moher as part of a tour. The visitor center has food, gift shop, scenic theatre and some displays which would probably take 15 minutes to walk around. Moher cliff itself does take us an hour as it was windy, route was muddy...More
Cliffs of Moher has very beautiful, breath taking views, each time you walk up or take a bend, the view is different and keeps getting better. I would totally recommend it. Also, it’s part of the Harry Potter movies, so if you’re a fan, this...More
The cliffs of Moher are something that should be protected. The cliffs are stunning, and the ability to walk in each direction from the main reception area is a great treasure. The size of the cliffs is something that both should be awed and terrified...More