Guided tours, lasting 30 minutes, allow you to observe
beautiful caverns, bridged chasms, underground
waterfalls, weird mineral formations and the
hibernation chambers of brown bears
which have been extinct in Ireland for centuries.
Facilities include a restaurant, craft shop, information
desk and outside and 'The Hazelwood' crafts village.
Sea Breeze Lodge B&B **** Overlooking beautiful Galway Bay !
Visit the Cliffs Of Moher:
Tickets ( Available at Sea Breeze )
25.00 Euro per person round trip.
20.00 Euro for 65 and over.
Departure from Sea Breeze: 9.30 AM
Return to Sea Breeze B&B: 5.00 PM
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's
most spectacular sights situated in
County Clare and bordering the
Burren Area. Standing 230 metres above sea level
at their highest point and 8km long, the Cliffs boast
one of the most amazing views in Ireland.
On a clear day, the Aran Islands are visible in Galway Bay
as well as the valleys and hills of Connemara.
This is a remarkable bare limestone area with its combination of many unusual factors, its geology, its flora, caves and archaeology. This is the area where the first stone age dwellers settled. Our next stop is the famous Poulnabrone dolmen, a 5000 year old tomb used by the stone dwellers to bury their dead. Next we view Leamanagh Castle, Kilfenora, Lisdonvarna where the matchmaking festival is held in the month of September and then on to the world famous Cliffs of Moher for our next long break.
Lunch break is also at the Cliffs of Moher during the high tourist season. Lunch is at O'Connor's pub in Doolin during the low season only. Now it's time for the Atlantic drive towards Black Head lighthouse, with breathtaking views of Fanore beach, the blue Atlantic, the Connemara coast and the three Aran Islands of Inis Mór, Inis Meáin, Inis Oirr and arriving back at Sea Breeze at 5.30 P.M
You will find our guide friendly and always willing to share a joke with you. It's an experience we hope you will treasure for many years of one of the most beautiful spots of Ireland.
Nevertheless, a walk along the cliffs is not to be missed. Be very careful as there are no safety barriers and sections of the cliff sometimes give way. Those with a head for heights can easily walk to the edge of the cliff and view the Atlantic Ocean below. There is a tourist centre and a small shop, which sells souvenirs. The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most visited attractions and when you've been there, you'll know why.
Cliffs Of Moher tour Galway.
We depart from Sea Breeze Lodge B&B at 9.30 A.M by bus through the village of Oranmore where the view of Galway Bay unfolds, next is on to Clarenbridge, home of the famous September Oyster Festival. The tour turns right at Kilcolgan on to the pretty fishing village of Kinvara. Our first stop will be at Dunguaire Castle, a 16th Century tower house which holds mediaeval banquets during the summer months. Next we view 12th Century Cistercian Abbey of Corcomroe and then on to Ballyvaughn.
The tour stops at the famous Aillwee caves where our passengers have the choice of visiting the caves or enjoying tea and scones in the cafeteria before moving on to the centre of the Burren.
This magnificent Cliffs Of Moher bus tour includes the most
interesting aspects of the Burren to enable you to get the best possible view and knowledge of the changes which have occurred over the centuries.
Our professional tour guides will give you many stops to explore and photograph each area.
Also giving you plenty of time at Ireland's most spectacular sea-cliffs, the famous Cliffs of Moher, which are 200m high and are extended for 8km long.