Running for 14 kilometres along the edge of the Burren in County Clare, the Cliffs Of Moher are one of the most visited natural attractions in Ireland. It’s easy to see why!
Located right in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, the cliffs reach 702ft above sea level at their highest point at Knockardakin. The breathtaking views from the cliffs are unparalled. From various points along the dark limestone cliff heads you can see the Aran Islands, An Branán Mór sea stack, the hills of Connemara and the puffin colony which has made Goat Island its home.
Available in size: A3 (29x42cm)