The Cliffs of Moher, located 3 hours from Dublin on the West coast of Ireland, rising over 750 feet at their highest point, are one of Ireland’s most spectacular sights! As a day trip from Dublin, it makes for a long day (12 hours round-trip with stops), but an unforgettable one! We were fortunate to have beautiful weather, a bit windy with temperatures near 70 degrees. The rugged and stunning scenery was simply gorgeous!
Walking from one end to the other along the paths was invigorating after the bus ride…
I booked the trip through a company called Irish Day Tours and the guide’s accent was charming! He warned against standing on the edges because tourists have either fallen or the cliff has given way.
My friend Teresa looking lovely as usual!
Taking photographs of people, even if they’re not with your group, is a great way to show perspective.
The tour made a number of stops, including one in the quaint towns of Doolin and Limerick.
We made a stop at the Corcomroe Abbey, a monastery built in the early 13th Century.
I can’t wait to share our next Irish adventure with you!