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“The land is hard, the soul is not” says the Lonely Planet about the Cliff Coast … where ice-age landscapes meet west-coast warmth, and music is a way of life. It’s a place for clifftop walks, island-hopping, traditional pubs … and soul-stirring views: rainbows in the ocean spray along the Loop Head Drive; colonies of puffins on the sheer Cliffs of Moher; bottlenose dolphins in the mouth of the Shannon; and the view of Clare’s mountains from Kerry’s Cliffs of Dooneen. Then there’s the otherworldly Burren – a vast limestone pavement rich with rare flora, crossed by ancient green roads. And down to the Flaggy Shore, described by Seamus Heaney in his much-loved poem Postcript as a place that can “catch the heart off guard and blow it open”. Enough said?
It’s well worth spending a couple of days exploring the glorious Cliff Coast.
Set against a stunning backdrop, with lush scenery around every turn and corner.
Experience the Cliffs of Moher and traverse the limestone-set paths of the Burren.
A unique 17-stage cycling event covering over 2,000km this September.
Standing 702ft above the crashing Atlantic waves, spot mountains and islands from this incredible vantage point.
Discover the Wild Atlantic Way's array of stunning Signature Points.
A wonderfully remote and idyllic haven with its iconic lighthouse beckoning seafarers, embrace epic panoramas from Loop Head.