The Cliffs of Moher rise 214 metres out of the Atlantic ocean and span five miles along the Clare coastline, offering breathtaking views. Among the spectacular views along the Wild Atlantic Way, is the wild beauty of Clare from the cliff-top walks available.
The cliffs are part of the UNESCO Global Geopark, a special region with outstanding geology.
Venture on a walk along the cliffs. There’s nothing like a wind-whipped trail across Moher, with the wild Atlantic roaring below to liven the spirits as you take the Doolin cliff walk which leads all the way along the Cliffs of Moher. Keep an eye out for dolphin pods and basking sharks in the waters below.
Wildlife abounds and for bird watchers there is plenty of opportunity to view the sea puffins, razorbills and kittiwakes, and a lucky few, may even catch a glimpse of the elusive peregrine falcon diving at speed near the cliff top.
The visitors centre, an eco-friendly building built into the side of the hill, offers visitors the opportunity to learn what to look for on the cliffs and brings the story and history of the cliffs to life.