Cliffs of Moher | Wild Atlantic Way by Europcar
The Burren is 250 square kilometre landscape described by our customers as otherworldly, alien, and out of this world. It’s fitting then, perhaps, that as this unearthly section of ecologically diverse land ends at the Co. Clare coast in a most dramatic fashion. The Cliffs of Moher drop suddenly and dramatically into the Atlantic from a height of around 200 metres and, in the 1987 fantasy movie The Princess Bride, they became the infamous “Cliffs of Insanity”.
The stunning coastline of Co. Clare is dominated by the mighty Cliffs of Moher. Found on the south-western edge of the Burren, they reach up 120 metres above sea level at Hag’s Head, continuing up to their maximum height of 214 metres eight kilometres north, near O’Brien’s Tower. An extremely popular attraction, the Cliffs are highly recommended by our customers as a great location to spend some time on a journey along the Wild Atlantic Way. In fact, it’s regarded as one of the tour’s signature discovery points. As a place to start, the new and ultra-modern visitor centre can be found on the R478 road, just north of Liscannor.
Cliffs of Moher Signature Point – Wild Atlantic Way
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