Cliffs of Moher

At Dromoland Castle

Rising for 5 miles out of the crashing Atlantic swell, The Cliffs of Moher command one of the most dramatic views in Ireland. Rising majestically from Hag's Head to the south and reaching their highest point (214 metres) just north of O’Brien’s Tower – which was constructed in 1835 by Cornelius O 'Brien, a descendant of Brian Boru – they’re the most startling cliffs in Europe. On a clear day, the stunning views reach as far as the Aran Islands and Connemara. Visit Atlantic Edge, the interactive interpretative centre, or take a boat trip under the cliffs from Doolin and Liscannor piers.

Hotel guests can sign up for a daily tour, which departs the Castle at 8.40am and returns at 6pm. This includes coach transfer to Doolin where you’ll take the ferry out to the Aran Island to Inis Oirr (Inisheer), returning by ferry under the Cliffs of Moher, a visit to Doolin and the Visitor Centre before returning to the Castle just before 6pm. Cost is €45 per adult, €35 per child 5yrs - 16yrs and children under 5 years of age go free.  Please note that this service is operated by an outside supplier and subject to weather conditions.