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Scenic cliffs stretching 700 feet over the rugged Atlantic coast. A short walk to O'Brien's Tower provides an excellent lookout on Ireland's beautiful western shoreline. The visitor centre hidden underneath the hillside houses an exhibition, two...more
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Lislorkan North | Latitude: 52.9714578 Longitude: -9.4247540, Liscannor, Ireland
A must if you visit Ireland.
Breathtaking views of the water, natural setting but not for the weak at heart. Very little separates you from the abyss but still very safe.
You can visit by walking along the parh or take a cruise which gives...More
I spent 7 days in Ireland as a chaperone for a group of high school students. EVERYONE loved the cliffs of Moher. I HIGHLY recommend this as a must do if you are planning a trip to Ireland. Side note: it’s less crowded early in...More
At first, as you are stuck amongst the crowds, it's not as spectacular. Once you keep seeing more and more, and go off the path a bit ( once the walls end) it gets pretty good and you appreciate it a bit more. Be safe...More
The Cliffs of Moher are simply incredible. You can see them from land (the top) or by sea. I suggest both. Earlier in the morning it is less crowded. Check your weather forecast because the foggy mist needs to lift or you will not be...More
After seeing the Grand Canyon we thought we would be underwhelmed, we were very wrong. We got to see the Cliffs from two angles, by sea in a Doolin Ferry and by land at the top. This is highly recommended! The views from the top...More
The drive to the cliffs was beautiful and picturesque. At times the landscape felt barren. The most amazing part was the walk along the cliffs and the castle overlooking them. There is parking which is moderately cheap and food and restrooms in the visitor center....More
This is a definite must do. The cliffs are magestic. It was really busy when we visited so had to queue for most things- car park, visitor centre and cafe. We had a wheelchair user with us and it was difficult to get to the...More
The Cliffs of Moher experience is very dependent on the weather which can change by the hour; often, when it’s sunny in Dublin it can be windy, rainy and chilly by the coastal area along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the west of...More
We did a Boat Ride and a Hike on the Cliffs. The Boat ride was great, but I enjoyed the hike more. You get a better perspective of the scale of the Cliffs from up top. I would think a Helicopter tour would be great... More
We did a Boat Ride and a Hike on the Cliffs. The Boat ride was great, but I enjoyed the hike more. You get a better perspective of the scale of the Cliffs from up top. I would think a Helicopter tour would be great, however I would definitely recommend spending a couple hours hiking on the Cliffs as well.
Response from JT1952_13 | Reviewed this property |
Depends on your view on “cold”. It is not below zero Centigrade but you will want a jumper / rain proof jacket on many days. This site is windy. The summer weather ranges from 8 Centigrade ( about 48 F) overnight to a... More
Depends on your view on “cold”. It is not below zero Centigrade but you will want a jumper / rain proof jacket on many days. This site is windy. The summer weather ranges from 8 Centigrade ( about 48 F) overnight to a “ warm” by Irish standards 18 to 20 Centigrade in the day. ( call that about 70F)
There is Ireland climate data at weather sites but be aware this site can be windy and can be wet.
As an Aussie I call it cold, Canadians would call it warm!