Cliffs of Moher:
the picturesque Spanish Point beach and Miltown Malbay.
to surf city, Lahinch is at the epicenter of the Irish surf industry, a stroll
on the promenade is a must.
through the magnificent coastal village of Liscannor and visit Clahane and it’s
palette of dramatic scenery, that hosts the purest natural landscapes and has
unhindered panoramic views of Liscannor Bay and beyond to Spanish Point and
Arrive at the Cliffs of Moher, one of
Ireland’s most beloved sites. This allows visitors to see the dramatic scale of
this iconic landmark, with a cliff walk or a boat tour at the foot of the cliffs
(optional) and a chance to visit the award winning visitor centre.
to Doonagore Castle, this is a round 16th century tower house with a
small walled enclosure located about 1km above the coastal village of Doolin,
which hosts spectacular views of Doolin and the Arran islands.
I would most definitely recommend lunch in Doolin and a visit to the pier.
trip would take 6 hours approx and at a cost of €295 for a very worthwhile and
memorable experience tour of Ireland’s amazing coastline.
only a further 40 minutes drive you can experience a whole other load of famous
on to visit Caherconell stone fort, explore our ancient Irish ring forts,
experience our past at the field school Caherconnell stone fort is also home to
The Burrens leading sheepdog demonstrations.
1 km away Poulnaborne dolmen.
Ailwee Caves , perched high on its Burren terraced mountainside with what has
to be one of the most spectacular views of Galway Bay.
cost for full day tour €395.Duration 9 hours approx.