THE CLIFFS OF MOHER
Relax and take in our incredible journey to the most intriguing jewels of the West of Ireland, and visit magical Galway, a city full of streets artists, charming cafes, and picturesque medieval streets.
A walking guide has plenty of stories to tell, discover the hidden gems of Galway as your guide takes you on a 30 minute walk from Eyre Square down the cobblestoned pedestrian area of old Galway which contains John F. Kennedy Park (in memory of the Irish-American president’s visit in 1963).
Galway is Ireland’s cultural capital with speciality shops, boutiques and cafes. See the street enterainers or enjoy live music from the brightly coloured pubs.
As we make our way from Galway you will get to ramble around the incredible rocky Burren landscape near Galway Bay with some spectacular photos opportunities, we will spend some time at Poulnabrone Dolmen . While it looks like a stone table, this is a portal tomb, or to the locals “Druids altar”. The plants and animals living here are unique to this ecosystem and add an extra special aspect to the trip.
We will enjoy a delicious lunch in the charming village of Doolin located on the edge of the historic Burren.
Savour the beautiful Irish scenery as we make our way across the midlands of Ireland towards the world famous Cliffs of Moher, which is known as one of Ireland’s 7 Wonders. This unforgettable journey to the Wild Atlantic Way with dramatic and breath taking views are nothing short of amazing.
Experience the largest visitor attraction in Ireland and hear about nature, geology, culture and music of the region as we travel.
Feel the sea breeze on your face and listen to the waves crash along the base of the high cliffs, marvel at the captivating landscape and enjoy the incredible views from every angle. This is a lovely walk and you will certainly take some spectacular photos, so have the camera ready.
After exploring the cliffs on foot and to further enhance the views of the cliffs, we will begin our back in time journey, and visit beautiful 15th century Bunratty Castle, medieval fortress standing on the site which was in origin a Viking trading camp in 970.