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mt. biking outdoors hiking surfing, wind/kitesurfing golf camping

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  • Rim walk and O'Brien's Tower

    Rim walk and O'Brien's Tower
    Walk by the cliffs, enjoy the views.
    Rim walk and O'Brien's Tower
  • Aran Islands

    Aran Islands
    Three rocky islands, 20 km / 12 mi off the coast, accessible by boat or ferry. Sheer cliffs, Dun Aengus, a Bronze Age fort situated on the edge of a cliff at a height of 100 metres (330 ft). 14th century's O'Brien's Castle. Teampull Bheanáin, considered the smallest church in the world
    Aran Islands
  • Doolin

    Doolin
    Doolin, a seaside village conveniently situated just 8 km from the cliffs – and a worthy destination in itself. Rumored to be the inspiration for J.R.R. Tolkien it’s a tranquil setting of folkloric fantasy with cozy cottages, country B&Bs and shopkeepers well-stocked with Irish crafts and hand-knitted sweaters.
    Doolin
  • Burren

    Burren
    Just to the north of the Cliffs of Moher you will find the Burren, a strange and beautiful karst landscape with its own extraordinary geological, natural and cultural distinctivene.
    Burren
  • Hiking

    Hiking
    There are many of pathways and viewing platforms along the cliff edge that allow the visitor to enjoy a spectacular and healthy cliff walk. The amazing views of the Cliffs, the famous Aran Islands, Kerry mountains, Galway Bay, O’Briens Tower and the thousands of seabirds make the Cliffs a magical place.
    Hiking
  • Surfing

    Surfing
    Surfing at the Cliffs of Moher really began around 2005 with a small crew of local surfers used jet skis to tow each other into the wave that was to become known as “Aileens”. “Aileens” forces the waves to jack up and creates well shaped but very heavy right hand barrels. The wave can range from 10 to 30 plus feet in height and has attracted expert and professional surfers from around the globe.
    Surfing
  • Cycling

    Cycling
    There are a number of marked cycling routes throughout the area. Bike hire is available throughout the county with electric bikes also on offer.
    Cycling
  • Bird’s watching

    Bird’s watching
    The Cliffs of Moher is ideal for bird watching, it is home to Ireland’s largest mainland seabird nesting colony, with 20 species of nesting birds, including 9 species of breeding seabirds, and up to 30,000 breeding pairs.
    Bird’s watching
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    More attractions and sights

    Galway Bay, Bunratty and Dunguire Castle, the limestone "Burren" area, Poulnabrone Dolmen and Doolin fishing villages

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    How to get there

    40 mi / 1 hr by car from Shannon Int'l Airport, or 180 mi / 3hr from Dublin

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