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The Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are located at the edge of The Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. The reach a maximum height of 214 metres (702 ft) north of O’Brien’s Tower and 120 metres (390 ft) above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag’s Head. At €6 per person (unless you get your passengers to get out before entering the car park!) it really is worth the journey.

The Cliffs really are a sight to behold, and are home to some of the most breath taking views on the Irish coastline. They are without a doubt a must-visit no matter what part of Ireland you have come to see! I will let the pictures speak for themselves (Mostly taken by my sister who is a photographer. You can find more of her work HERE!)

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17 thoughts on “The Cliffs of Moher

    1. Don’t be fooled by my bravery! I crawled gently over to that edge and crawled gently back haha! It was nice to be able to sit and watch the waves crashing below. The picture of the guy standing at the very edge is absolutely insane I think!

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  1. Is there much else to do in County Clare? I’m thinking of going there next summer, as I’m going to a wedding in County Mayo and I’ll probably hire a car and drive around a bit. I know I want to see the Father Ted House is also in County Clare and I definitely want to see that!

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    1. Yeah there is actually a tonne of stuff to do there! Aside from the Cliffs and the Burren (the burren isn’t all that exciting to be perfectly honest!) you have Bunratty Castle, The Aillwee Caves, Craggaunowen (never been but it looks pretty cool!) as well as some amazing beaches like Lahinch, Spanish Point. If you want a real Irish experience the little town of Doolin is probably the best place of all in Clare to eat and drink. If you had some time you could even stop along by Galway which is probably the nicest city in Ireland, in my opinion! 🙂

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      1. Thanks for the response. I definitely want to go to Galway for a couple of days. I’ve been before but I was a kid so I couldn’t experience the nightlife! From what you’ve said it sounds like it’s worth adding in a couple of days in Clare as well.

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