Cliffs Of Moher Tour from Galway including Doolin Village

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This trip will allow you to enjoy the Cliffs of Moher for up to 2 hours and the delightful Doolin Village before travelling along one of the most beautiful coastlines in Ireland, returning to Galway via the Wild Atlantic Way. One of the best ways to visit Ireland’s number one natural site.

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Duration: 7 hours
Starts: Galway, Ireland
Trip Category: Day Trips & Excursions >> Day Trips



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This trip will allow you to enjoy the Cliffs of Moher for up to 2 hours and the delightful Doolin Village before travelling along one of the most beautiful coastlines in Ireland, returning to Galway via the Wild Atlantic Way. One of the best ways to visit Ireland’s number one natural site.

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Stop At: Cliffs of Moher, Lislorkan North, Liscannor Ireland

The magnificent cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most spectacular sights, and they reach a height of 700 feet. On a clear day, you can see for miles, and some of the sights include the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, and the hills and valleys of Connemara. On the edge of the cliffs, you can hear the waves crashing as they eat into the sandstone and shale. You’ll also get to hear plenty of birds as the Cliffs of Moher are home to lots of different species including puffins, guillemots, gannets, and more. From O’Brien’s Tower, you’ll be able to take in the magnificent views of the face of the cliffs. You’ll also get to spend time in the visitor centre. Included in your Tour is the entrance fees for the Cliffs of Moher.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: The Burren, The Burren, County Clare

Our Burren day trips reveal the loveliest and most fascinating parts of Ireland. Experience the rugged coastline and the rare flora and Irish culture that makes the Burren unique. As you travel through the Burren, our expert guides onboard our luxurious coaches will share information on all you can see. You’ll also get to take breathtaking photographs and explore this 320 square kilometre area too. The Burren has a history dating back to the stone age, and the extraordinary flora and wildlife, as well as megalithic tombs and monuments, must be seen. A stop on the edge of this Unesco World Geo-Park is a must while there.

Stop At: Doolin, Doolin, The Burren, County Clare

We visit the quaint fishing village of Doolin to enjoy some lunch (try the famous Seafood Chowder at Gus O’Connor’s or some delicious fudge from the Doolin Chocolate Shop!).

Duration: 45 minutes



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