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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 Ireland
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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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adriana busby
3 weeks ago
Word's can't even begin to express how absolutely, undeniably, phenomenally gorgeous this place is. Peaceful, breathtaking, something out of a dream, you can barely believe it exists. I knew I had to see this place for myself before I came to Ireland. God's creation is truly remarkable and magical. This place is surreal. There are shops, restaurants and museums on the grounds. Be cautious of the light fencing forbidding you to get to close to the cliff drop, however there is security near by. Glorious and spectacular experience, I still dream of this place, I'll go back to Ireland just to spend the whole day there.
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Lauren Spurrier
a month ago
Wonderful trek up the mountain cliffs. Great view! The visitor center and shops were helpful for tourists. The musicians along the path were adding to the ambiance.
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Sean Sullivan
a month ago
A MUST SEE part of Ireland!! The view is absolutely gorgeous! If you are physically able, walk the entire cliff grounds. Well worth it.
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William St MARTIN
3 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!
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Flavia Ungureanu
a week ago
I visited the solitary castle on the Cliffs of Moher a coupla years ago. I miss it dearly... the open, wide horizon, the impossibly tall and straight cliffs (aillte) looking severe but weary with faces scratched by time, wind and salt. The payoff is immense and the effort is little: you don't have to walk a lot or hike a steep incline and the amazing bird's-eye lookout is right there. There is also a visitor "centre" with lots of gourmet and simple snacks, from mini-quiches, shepherd's pies, to candy bars. The castle itself is also interesting and old but the cliffs are what literally draws you in.
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Sabina Kajtezovic
3 months 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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Andy Swampy
a month ago
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.
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Sebastian Westhoff
2 months 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.
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