Cliffs of Moher Day Tour From Limerick & Ennis ONLY operated by Martins of Limerick

Day Tour - Departing From: Limerick/Ennis

Cliffs of Moher & The Burren dayTour from Limerick & Ennis

Departs from Limerick & Ennis Tourist offices,university of limerick and most accommadations including Adare on request everyday

Full day tour for only Eu27.00 student and senior discounts available.

Join us for a day in some of Ireland's most stunning scenary. We depart from Limerick Tourist office at 09.45 and collect passengers along the way to Ennis


Our first stop is at Leamenagh Castle where we take a photo stop and also a break to tell you a story of love, war and Fiery redheads !

Leamenagh castle

Our next stop is the world famous Poulnabrone Tomb - an ancient buriel site thought to date back to 3800BC - this really is a must see sight of the spectacular limestone landcape of The Burren. We take ample time to explore and photograph this special site.



We now make our way to Ballyvaughan Village for our lunch break to Monks Pub - famous for its seafood and set in a peacefull setting on the shores of Galway Bay.

Suitably refreshed we take the scenic coastal drive of Black Head which will take us around the shores of Galway Bay enjoying views of The Aran Islands on clear day. We take a break in the spectacular setting of Ballyreen (opposite)

Next stop is the highlight of our tour - the world famous Cliffs of Moher where we give you pleny of time to take in the views of this world famous site with cliffs that rise over 220 metres above sea level. You might also like to take in the unique Atlantic Edge tour (value Eu6.00) which is now INCLUDED or simply enjoy a coffee before we start our return journey to Ennis and Limerick.

Cliffs of Moher

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