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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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Cliff, Visitor CenterToday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
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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a month ago
The cliffs are a great geoturism destination in Ireland. Wear comfortable shoes and reserve 2-4 hours to truly experience this magnificent nature's wonder (and hike both 'sides' of the tower). For best view (and best pictures), plan a trip on a clear, sunny day.
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Unfortunately it poured down and the wind was howling.....but we made the most of it. The museum / restaurant are very small and could not accommodate the huge crowd either wanting a hot drink and a bite to eat or shelter from the rain and wind or wonder though the gift shop and museum. Worth a visit just the once to get a grasp of the size of these cliffs.
6 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.
3 months ago
Breathtaking. 💙 Simply majestic. The Cliffs of Moher rise to 200m (700 ft.) and consist of beds of Namurian shale and sandstone. It's is popular in cinema with movies such as Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Leap Year, and more. 🌊
William St MARTIN
2 months ago
I love this place but only put 3 stars because of all the "touristic friendly" infrastructure that had been put in place... It's a shame... However it's a very unique and breathtaking place, don't hesitate to go over the fence when walking along the cliffs, you'll find the best views there!
4 weeks ago
First: The Cliffs are really awesome and a must-see for everyone, who comes near Galway. You can take a nice, long walk along the cliffs. BUT: We were there, when it was not a commercial thing. You didn't have to pay for parking and an alibi tour through the ages of the cliffs. And I still do not understand the concept: Why pay for a wonder of nature? Oh, yeah, you don't pay for the cliffs - you pay for the parking and the self guided "tour". Overall it is still worth a visit. But it is expensive as well. • • •
First: The Cliffs are really awesome and a must-see for everyone, who comes near Galway. You can take a nice, long walk along the cliffs. BUT: We were there, when it was not a commercial thing. You didn't have to pay for parking and an alibi tour through the ages of the cliffs. And I still do not understand the concept: Why pay for a wonder of nature? Oh, yeah, you don't pay for the cliffs - you pay for the parking and the self guided "tour". Overall it is still worth a visit. But it is expensive as well.• • •
a month ago
Only thing keeping this from a 5/5 is that this place is such a tourist trap. Asides from that, the cliffs itself are magnificent. The exhibits inside the "visitor experience" are mediocre, and some of the exhibits were out of order.
5 months 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!)