17 June 2020
A Signature Discovery Point, the Cliffs of Moher thrills over one million visitors every year and is truly the West of Ireland at its most ruggedly beautiful: combining panoramic views with geographical wonder, rich history and natural beauty. At their highest point, the Cliffs reach 214m (702 feet) and stretch for 8km (5 miles) as the crow flies – while the rocks that make up the Cliffs were formed over 300 million years ago. To stand on the cliff top and look out to the Aran Islands, Galway Bay and Connemara, is truly an incredible and humbling experience – a memory never to be forgotten. The Cliffs offer a host of walking trails – and are also home to 20 different species of birds, flowers, marine life and sea and land mammals. You might also like to experience the wonder from the sea – by taking a 360 degree boat trip around the Cliffs, leaving from nearby Doolin.