Cliffs of Moher & the Burren; travel through Liscannor, County Clare, birthplace of John Holland, inventor of the submarine and visit Europe's highest cliffs at the Cliffs of Moher followed by a tour of the spectacular Burren with its famous karst glacial limestone landscape, about which one of Oliver Cromwell's generals Edmund Ludlow wrote in 1651/1652, there was .... "not enough water to drown a man, wood to hang one nor earth to bury him and yet their cattle are very fat". Travelling via the famous Corkscrew Hill and onto Aillwee Caves we visit Kilfenora with its 800 year old St.Fachtnas Cathedral containing outstanding early stone carvings and crosses. The area contains about 90 megalithic sites including Poulnabrone Portal Tomb dating to about 2500 B.C. and numerous Ringforts.
TOUR TIME 9/10 HOURS