Cliffs of Moher & Galway Day Tour from Dublin
We will meet at the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street. You will board our comfortable coach; meet your guide and fellow adventurers and head west out of Dublin. We will pass the Guinness Factory, Kilmainham Jail, and Curragh horseracing track. There are quaint villages, lush countryside and even some castle ruins to see as we head towards the Cliffs of Moher. So keep your cameras ready!
You will have the opportunity to stroll around the impressive cliff tops, enjoy panoramic views and take in the history of the area. Marvel at the captivating landscape and stunning views out to sea. Feel the breeze on your face as you look out at the waves crashing against the cliffs below (from a safe distance!) This is a lovely walk, the landscape changes as you move and each angle is more stunning than the next. You will certainly take lovely photos here! Included in the price is the entrance to the cliffs as well as an interactive video in the visitor’s center.
After exploring the cliffs, you will have worked up an appetite, so we will stop for lunch at the delightful village of Doolin. Well-known for its traditional Irish music, Doolin is located near Lisdoonvarna, famous for its matchmaking festival. Enjoy lunch here before boarding the bus again for further adventure. (Lunch not included)
After lunch we will head to the Karst landscape of the Burren. It is almost like taking a lunar walk as you traverse the rocky limestone exterior. This is a unique region, which is home to many plants, and flowers, which manage to grow within fertile crevices in the rocky ground. Lovely orchids and bright gentian blue flowers only grow in this part of the country. See if you can spot them! Take a refreshing stroll right on the coast and navigate the rocky landscape.
Discover the Bohemian city of Galway. It is renowned for its brightly painted pubs, live music and cafés. Galway is a city steeped in history, explore the meandering streets and listen to the many street performers from around the world who call this city their home. Remnants of the medieval town walls lie between shops selling Aran sweaters, handcrafted Claddagh rings, and stacks of second-hand and new books. This “City of Tribes” will sure to be a highlight of your day tour!
We will return to Dublin reminiscing about the day's activities, the memorable scenery, and with stories to tell about our experiences! The Cliffs of Moher are the most visited natural attraction in Ireland. We are certain the tour will be something that you will remember long after you've returned home.
Molly Malone Statue
Suffolk Street, Dublin, D02 KX03, Dublin, Ireland