The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Ireland, are home to an estimated 30,000 nesting birds, including the elusive Puffin, with its bright orange beak. The 702-foot high cliffs are the most visited tourist site in Ireland, attracting more than a million visitors each year. The cliffs are best viewed from above at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor’s Center. For a closer look, hop aboard a boat in the nearby town of Doolin for a one hour cruise to the foot to the cliffs, which offers unparalleled views of the nesting birds that occupy every nook and cranny of the cliffs.
4 thoughts on “PHOTO: Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Ireland”
This is my fav area of the world. The beauty, wildness, tombs, Burren, the Sea , Aran Islands, Doolin, the caves, the people, the Craig, Sea View House, Dara, Neills, O’Connors, sea foam , the harbor, the cottages, the Spirit, the mystical, sunsets, etc.
It is a really gorgeous part of the world, Sfseltzer. Even when the weather is grey and moody, it is still somehow appropriate and beautiful.
Just got back from here. Loved it and enjoyed your photo because we were there in light rain.
Bet it was stupendous, even in the rain!