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Mike Mulcaire is the photographer behind our iconic image of the Cliffs of Moher that we use in our advertising campaigns.
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April sunny day at the Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare, Ireland. Lovely day out for the Easter holidays 
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Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare, Ireland visitor numbers up 10% in 2013 http://www.cliffsofmoher.ie/10-increase-in-visitors-to-cliffs-of-moher-during-2013/
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Liscannor Co. Clare
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Cliffs of Moher is Irelands most visited natural tourist attraction.  Facilities include safe walkways, viewing areas, O'Brien's tower, gift shop, restaurant, café, baggage store, parking for coaches, cars, bicycles, visitor information, audio guide, information leaflets and site map.
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8km stretch of cliffs reaching height of 214m, with vista embracing Aran Islands plus viewing tower.- Google
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Patricia Wilson-Perkins
2 months ago
Wonderful despite not being able to see very much as they had built it up in the brochure. If you get a clear day that's the exception not the norm despite what the brochure pictures show. It's coastal Ireland - you have to expect that it will be windy, foggy & cold which it was. The cliffs were still amazing for the parts that we saw. We had a wonderful time in Ireland. I can't wait to return to the land of my paternal great-grandparents.
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Charles Connelly
2 months ago
Ireland is a beautiful country, its hard to find a place that isn't gorgeous; that being said, the Cliffs of Moher is the islands crown jewel. You will undoubtedly get lost in the natural grandeur, if you find yourself on the emerald isle make sure to stop by.
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Darren McLoughlin
a week ago
The entry fee of €6 is steep for a visitor's centre that closes way too early outside of July and August. But the views from up above the cliffs are dramatic, despite the crowds that flock here all year round. It is stunning to stand, looking out across the Atlantic with the evening sunlight shimmering on the water before hitting the layers of geology in the cliffs, once touted as being the highest marine cliffs in Europe. They aren't.
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Tomasz Jama
a month ago
It takes time to get there, but it's really worth it. View is amazing, but watch out for very strong wind.
Conor C
a month ago
The most incredible place...If you're luck enough to visit on a sunny day, there's no better place to be in the World. Amazingly beautiful. Make sure and go for a hike by the Cliffs towards Liscanor (i.e. turn left from the visit center!)
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Jenna Rosenbaum
4 months ago
I'm not entirely sure I'd really feel like I'd been to Ireland without making our trip out to the Cliffs of Moher! We were lucky to be there on a nice day, and I have to say that being up on the Cliffs, taking in the views, breathing the fresh air, I truly felt overcome by where I was. Ireland has so much to offer in its majestic landscape, and I just felt so lucky to be standing in a place that I had dreamed about my entire life!
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Isaure Guémard
a week ago
Loved it ! Be careful not to loose your hat ! The sunset there is just magic.
john Galt
8 months ago
Typical American tourists beware.... its not a "big brother" tourist attraction that leads you by the hand in the confines of fences and gates safety... this is how natural attractions should be. there are waist high walls on the official property, but everyone walks beyond that along the cliffs where there is nothing to stop you from taking a plunge besides your courage and common sense. be prepared to dangle your legs off the edge if you dare, or stand on a rock outcrop and hold on while a gust of wind tries to fling you off. you can walk for miles along the edge in each direction with different views around each turn. if you wear a hat, make sure its on tight. the wind is STRONG!!!
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