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Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience


Planning a vacation in Ireland? Make sure you visit the Cliffs of Moher during your time in Ireland  – voted Ireland’s Top Visitor Attraction in 2019.

Located on county Clare’s west coast, the Cliffs are an area of outstanding natural beauty stretching for 5 miles and rising 702 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. The Cliffs of Moher are a Signature Discovery point at the heart of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.  Visitors are left grasping for superlatives when they witness the unimaginable beauty of the Cliffs: Ireland at its most natural, rugged, panoramic and majestic – the vista is incomparable. The beauty of the Cliffs is that they offer a totally multi-faceted experience of Ireland’s astonishing west coast – as much a historical landmark as they are a geographical wonder, conservation hotspot and area of immense natural richness and importance.

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Just north of the Cliffs of Moher you will find the Burren – a dramatically beautiful Karst landscape. Together, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren form the Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Geopark,  an internationally designated area of geological interest with a unique and alluring landscape, outstanding geological heritage, vibrant villages and thriving communities.
Make sure you stay a night or two in county Clare and experience a joyous authentic culture and a memorable unique landscape

Please ensure the  book now button links direct to https://bookings.cliffsofmoher.ie/

Opening times:

May, June, July and August 8am – 9pm
March, April, September and October  8am – 7pm
Jan, Feb, Nov, Dec 9am – 5pm

Location & Transport Options

GPS: N 52 58.313, W 9 25.592
Decimal Degrees (WGS84): 52.971884, -9.426528
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds: N52 58 18, W9 25 35 IrelandMap-Cliffs19

The Cliffs of Moher is located on the west coast of Ireland close to Liscannor village in Co. Clare. The closest airport is Shannon International Airport approximately 50 minutes by road. The Cliffs of Moher are easily accessed by road from Galway (1.5 hours), Ennis (40 minutes), Limerick (1.5 hours) and from the ferry to and from Killimer in Kerry (45 minutes) Dublin is approximately 3.5 hours via Limerick.

Bus Bus
Bus Eireann Route 350 Galway-Kinvarra-Doolin-Cliffs of Moher-Ennis
Electric Car Charging points Electric Car Charging points

Gregans Castle Hotel, Ballyvaughan +353 65 7077005 – GPS: N 53 04.608, W 9 11.057
Doolin Caravan and Camping Park +353 65 7074458 – GPS: N 53 00.974, W 9 24.093
Hotel Doolin +353 65 7074111 – GPS: N 53 00.980, W 9 22.591
Seaview House, Doolin +353 87 2679617 – GPS: N 53 00.736, W 9 23.090
Stonecutters Kitchen, Cliffs of Moher Road +353 87 283 7118 – GPS: N 52 59.552, W 9 24.144
Boghill Centre, Kilfenora +353 65 7074644 – GPS: N 53 00.962, W 9 15.163
Kilshanny House +353 65 7071660 – GPS: N 52 58.909, W 9 17.895
Lahinch Car Park off Miltown Malby Road – GPS: N 52 55.772, W 9 20.778
Hydro Hotel, Lisdoonvarna +353 65 707 4005 – GPS: N 53 01.600, W 9 17.424
Bicycle Hire Bicycle Hire

Burren Fine Wine and Foods, Ballyvaughan John +353 86 3412 875 or Cathleen +353 87 7633 241 info@burrenwine.ie www.burrenwine.ie
Lahinch Bikes +353 86 8448622  ben@benssurfclinic.com www.lahinchadventures.com
Electric Bike Hire – E-Whizz  +353 87 6277000 info@e-whizz.com www.e-whizz.com

To apply for this job email your details to info@cliffsofmoher.ie

Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience

Cliffs of Moher, Liscannor, Ireland

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