Cliffs of Moher Premium Tour
DEPARTURE TIME : 7:15AM ( Arrive 10mins before )
DEPARTURE LOCATION : Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street – MAP HERE
PRICE : €55 Adult
PRICE : €50 Student – Senior – 13yrs / 16yrs
PREIS : €27.50 Children 5yrs / 12yrs
PREIS : Infants under 5 free
Add a meal back in Dublin at The Riddler Restaurant serving modern Irish Food.
( Meal options available to add on our booking page – Your guide can drop you off at the restaurant in Christchurch just minutes from the city center by foot)
POUL NA BRONE TOMB, CORCOMROE ABBEY , BURREN, AILWEE CAVE, CLIFFS OF MOHER CLIFF TOP WALK
Join us on a unique tour taking you to some of Ireland’s best loved sites. Take in dramatic vistas, see neolithic tombs, an impressive and well preserved 13th century Abbey, and visit the Ailwee Caves during the winter months (boat cruise along the cliffs in the winter). The cliffs are 8km long and offer panoramic views which are simply captivating. Stroll along the cliff tops and marvel at this natural wonder. The visitors center offers a short presentation about the cliffs, the surrounding area and history.
What this tour offers that no other does is a visit to the Ailwee caves. This is one of Irelands premier cave systems and is included in the price. An expert guide will bring you around the cave where you will see deep chasms strange formations and an underground waterfall.
We’ll have lunch at nearby Doolin Village, a cute Irish village which is known for its traditional music worldwide !
The price of our Premium Cliffs of Moher Tour includes all entrance fees.
Itinerary - Premium Cliffs of Moher Tours
07:15 - DEPART DUBLIN
We meet at the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street (map is linked on our booking page). You’ll board our comfortable coach, meet our legendary guide and fellow adventurers, then head west out of Dublin. There are quaint villages, lush countryside and even some castle ruins to see as we head towards Caherconnell Fort. You'll be crossing the width of Ireland this morning!
10:30 – 12th CENTURY CORCOMROE ABBEY
Visit the beautiful Corcomroe Abbey in the heart of the Burren built from the traditional limestone of the area. It was founded by Cistercian monks around 1195. The church consists of a nave with an aisle on the south side. It appears that it was intended to construct a similar aisle on the north side of the nave, but this may never have been completed. The church is surrounded by high limestone hills in what is a breathtaking landscape.
11:10 - AILWEE CAVES
The Ailwee Caves in the heart of the Burren is Ireland’s premier caves system and a real treat for anyone who enters. The cave system is the largest in Ireland and has a treasure chest of both stalactites and stalagmites. This is a spectacular guided tour into this underground world that will amaze you at every corner.
12:10 – POULNABRONE DOLMEN
Not everyday do you get to see a 5000 year old burial tomb, even older than the Pyrmids! This stop at Pounabrone Tomb or dolmen will get you up close to a structure build by man 3600 BC ! The site was excavated in 1986 and produced human remains 16 adults and children with some artifacts.
12:50 - LUNCH - Doolin
It's time for lunch, so we head to Doolin - a beautiful village famed for its traditional music on the edge of the Atlantic. We usually go to Fitzpatrick’s Pub where the seafood is particularly good. If you like seafood, the food should leave you very satisfied. Don’t worry if you are not a fan of seafood, there are plenty of other options available. ( lunch not included )
15:15 - CLIFFS TOP WALK
Now you will get to walk the cliff tops to view the Cliffs of Moher from its iconic standpoint. You will have access to the visitors center to learn about the history of the local area, the flora, fauna and geology. The Cliffs Of Moher is Ireland’s most popular natural site and once you stand looking at this awesome natural wonder you’ll understand why !
20:00 - ARRIVE DUBLIN
After your amazing adventure to the edge of the world and back you can reminisce about your wonderful day back in Dublin. If you would like to explore more of the emerald isle and it's natural and cultural treasures you can take a look at www.irishdaytours.ie