The outstanding Cliffs of Moher are a legendary coastal feature sweeping along the west coast of Ireland. A breath-taking worldwide outstanding tourist attraction touching the Atlantic, it calls to those who wish to spend time in mythical Ireland. When you journey with Reilly’s Ireland, you experience the best ‘cliff-view’ on the planet as ranked by Conde Nast Traveller. We transport you in style across the beating heart of this wild and wonderful country to the world-renowned Geopark area on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. We lead you into the charming fishing village of Kinvarra, the pre-historic Burren region, the 5,000 year old Poulnabrone Dolmen and after your visit to the Cliffs of Moher end our journey under the medieval shadow of Bunratty Castle.
Duration: 12 Hours
Vehicle: Mercedes E Class / V Class
When we collect you from your location in Dublin we will transport you on a tour you will never forget, one to last a lifetime. Starting out and travelling in style across the heart of the country to Kinvarra Village, a picturesque small fishing village and a perfect place for a photo opportunity. Situated at the bottom of County Galway and right along the water’s edge, the Dunguaire Castle plays a steady backdrop to this once thriving port. Devastated by The Great Famine in the 1840s, the area fell into decline with just a few 100 people remaining. However it is a strong testament to a much-loved area that the population is now returning. Feel free to enjoy a coffee here at your leisure or at the amazing little craft chocolate factory nearby.
Our guide will drive you in splendour and comfort across the Wild Atlantic Way to the Burren, one of the largest Karst regions in the world. A wondrous landscape will unfold for you in an area, of grey limestone hills that almost melt against an ocean backdrop. Tectonic movement raised an area of this ancient seabed into a magnificent plateau that we now know as The Burren. Here Artic, Mediterranean and Alpine plants grow together. You will be astounded at the landscape, 3 billion years old, and once underwater. “Where memories of our planet are written,” claims UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Burren sits along with only 120 such UNESCO Geoparks in the world. Experience being part of that worldwide network.
Doolin village is our half-way point along the Wild Atlantic Way and here you’ll enjoy lunch in one of the local traditional Irish pubs. The stunning Doolin pier is another picture perfect site for anyone looking for the ultimate coastal view photo opportunity.
We transport you to the Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs take their name from an old promontory fort called Mothar or Moher, which once stood on Hag’s Head, the southernmost point of the cliffs, now the site of Moher Tower. Catch your breath at the top of The Cliffs which rise 214m high and 8 kms long. O’Briens tower at the summit was built by Cornelius O’Brien, a descendant of Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland.
Bunratty has long been a magnet for early transatlantic tourists, and is now a thriving area. One of the major attractions is the 15th century tower house of Bunratty Castle and Bunratty Folk Park of County Clare. Bunratty Castle was built in 1425 and prides itself on being the most complete and authentic medieval castle in Ireland. Enjoy a pint of Guinness under the medieval shadow of the Castle at Durty Nelly’s famous traditional pub OR shop at the renown Woolen Mills nearby.
We will drive you comfortably back to the capital city with many wonderful memories and sights to inspire you as you arrive at your Dublin destination.
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