Leaning out over the ocean, Cliffs of Moher represent the rugged side of coastal Ireland. The imposing cliffs rise more than 200 m (700 ft) above the Atlantic and consist mainly of shale and sandstone. More than 30,000 birds live on this rocky part of the coastline, and nearly 1 million people come to visit each year. Begin your adventure at the visitor center, featuring exhibits about the natural and historical significance of these cliffs. To observe puffins and hawks nesting in this area, bring binoculars and hike along a well-posted trail to the highest point of the cliffs, where you'll find a historical tower built in 1835. It can get windy and cold here, so dress appropriately. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Cliffs of Moher by using our Liscannor driving holiday planner.
Cliffs of Moher reviews
We went to the Cliffs of Moher in the morning, it was quiet and it was good to get out in the fresh air. It was a warm day but the skies were a bit overcast. However the views were still amazing... more »
Talk about rip off to see nature.only in Ireland Welcome to rip off Ireland Money better off spent elsewhere more »
Admission price was steeper than the cliff.
Only a word: WOW!
Plan your trip to Liscannor
Get a personalized tripA complete day by day itinerary
based on your preferences
Customize itRefine your trip. We'll find the
best routes and schedules
Book itChoose from the best hotels
and activities. Up to 50% off
Manage itEverything in one place.
Everyone on the same page.
Popular things to do in Liscannor
Trips to Cliffs of Moher by other users
15 days in Ireland BY A USER FROM UNITED STATES Doolin Inishmore Galway 6 days in Ireland BY A USER FROM IRELAND Dublin Doolin 5 days in Ireland's West Coast BY A USER FROM IRELAND Killarney Portmagee Doolin 8 days in Ireland BY A USER FROM UNITED STATES Dublin Kilkenny Cork 17 days in Ireland & Belfast BY A USER FROM CANADA Dublin Belfast Westport 11 days in Limerick BY A USER FROM UNITED STATES Curragh Chase Forest Park Irish Palatine Heritage Centre University of Limerick