Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's top tourist attractions. The cliffs were one of the 28 finalists in the New 7 Wonders of Nature campaign that started in 2007.
The cliffs tower 214m high above the wild Atlantic Ocean and cover about 8km of the County Clare coastline. Visit the observation point on the north side of the cliffs, O'Briens Tower which was built in 1835 by a descendant of Brian Boru and Hags Head to the south where an unusual rock formation that resembles a woman's head looking out to sea.
The cliffs are a Special Area of Conservation and are home to the largest colony of nesting seabirds on mainland Ireland. Some of the seabird species include puffin, fulmar and guillemot. There is also the chance to spot one of the many varieties of marine life that live in the water below including humpback whales, dolphins, seals and otters.
Call us now to book your personalised day tour at the Cliffs of Moher on 00353 (0)42 966 3972 or send us an enquiry through the form on our contact page.