Ireland is a land of breathtaking beauty and mystique, with its rolling green hills, ancient castles, and rugged coastline. Among its many natural wonders, the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland stand as an iconic testament to the country’s unique charm. These awe-inspiring cliffs, which stretch along the western coast of Ireland, are not just a geological marvel but also a place steeped in history, legend, and folklore. Located in the west coast of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher are the most popular tourist destination in Ireland. The cliffs are located in County Clare along the Wild Atlantic Way and about 1.5 million tourists visit this place annually. The cliffs stretch for 14 km and at its tallest point, it is 214 meters tall. We drove from Dublin to Cliffs of Moher and hiked towards Doolin. The Cliffs of Moher is 263 km from Dublin and can easily be reached by car. The visitor center has a cafeteria, a gift shop, an exhibition center, and toilets.
HOW TO REACH – CLIFFS OF MOHER
Best way to reach is to drive but there are also many tour operators who provide day trip services to the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin.
Entry to the Cliffs is free but they charge 8 Euros per person for car parking.
One of the most remarkable aspects of the Cliffs of Moher is their abundant wildlife. Birdwatchers flock to this site to catch glimpses of the numerous seabirds that call the cliffs home. The surrounding landscape is equally captivating. The vibrant green pastures, wildflowers, and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean create a picturesque backdrop. Exploring the walking trails along the cliffs allows visitors to fully immerse themselves in this stunning natural beauty.
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