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From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher including Cliffs of Moher cruise.
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From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher including Cliffs of Moher cruise.

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Save money by packing in a ton of attractions on a trip to the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands that includes entrance fees, ferry tickets, and round-trip transport. Your guide knows the best ways around Ireland and brings you safely across the Wild Atlantic Way—a notoriously difficult-to-navigate route—in any type of weather, leaving you free to enjoy the scenery.
US$73.14 per adult
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Emily K. wrote a review Apr 2020
24 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful ruins of a former church. We were dropped off to explore during our trip to the Inis Oirr and found this gem. A very old church that almost appears to be underground, and you have to take steps to get down inside. The altar is so neat and a unique piece of history. The cemetery is nearby and able to be visited as well. There are some super old headstones, and fairly new ones as well. A good place to stop if you're on the island
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Jean wrote a review Oct 2019
Virginia Beach, Virginia31 contributions4 helpful votes
Interesting church ruins in the middle of an old cemetery. The church is down in the ground, not sure if it was built that way or if centuries of blowing sand buried it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kpgc wrote a review Aug 2019
winnipeg424 contributions109 helpful votes
Great early Christian church. Almost completely lost to sands of time, but many thanks to island residents who kept it preserved. Wonderful stone carving of the Crucifixion. Worth coming to th island for.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Aidan W wrote a review Jul 2019
Shannon, Ireland284 contributions367 helpful votes
It is a ruined a Church which has - at some time- been buried in a sand dune. It is in a local cemetery and there is an aura of peace, tranquility and history attached to it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Leo C wrote a review Jan 2019
21 contributions8 helpful votes
what a fantastic sight to see the old ruins of a church buried in the sand accessible by road if you want to know the true story ask one of the local people
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Date of experience: May 2018
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