Cliffs of Moher (UNESCO)

The Cliffs of Moher are an awe-inspiring natural wonder located in County Clare, Ireland. The majestic cliffs rise to a height of nearly 700 feet at their highest point and stretch for 8 kilometers along the Irish coastline. The spectacular views from the Cliffs of Moher have attracted visitors from around the world since they were opened to the public in 1907.

The Cliffs are home to many species of birds, including puffins and gannets, as well as other wildlife such as dolphins and seals that can be spotted out on the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can also explore O’Brien’s Tower which was built by Sir Cornelius O’Brien in 1835. This tower offers some of the most breathtaking panoramic views stretching all along Ireland’s west coast.

The Cliffs of Moher Walking Trail is an iconic hiking path that follows the dramatic coast of Ireland’s west. The 8 km trail takes visitors along breathtaking views of the stark cliffs, as well as through lush pastures and quaint villages. This picturesque route is a favorite among tourists—and for good reason!

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  • Vishnu Ashok
    a week ago
    The must visit place in Ireland. Omg the view is breathtaking. No matter how many pics you see, the...
  • Sandro Kumsiashvili
    in the last week
    It's one of the best attractions! If you get it as a tour, check how much time you spend on the...
  • Karam Shammas
    in the last week
    It is very important to read. The magic of the scenes make you walk and walk and walk. We walked for...
  • Elaine Sloan
    a week ago
    Golf type carts to motor you up if you need it. They have some water fountains where you can fill up...
  • Mark Pitts
    a week ago
    An amazing sight that you must visit when you are in Ireland! It’s fairly easy to find by car, and...

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