This day tour departs daily from Limerick City and heads to the scenic West Coast of Ireland! Start the day with a scenic drive through County Clare and continue to the Cliffs of Moher where you'll stop for 1.5 hours. Visitor charges at the Cliffs are included in the tour price and you will receive a complimentary ticket to the award winning Atlantic Edge exhibition, which examines different elements of the mighty Cliffs of Moher. The tour continues along the Atlantic Coast and you will experience striking views of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands.Travel through the Burren region, and marvel at this unusual rocky landscape! Enjoy a short photo and rest stop at Bunratty Castle, before your return to Limerick! This one day tour offers superb value for money, and operates 364 days a year! All of your professional guides are highly trained, proudly patriotic and among the best trained and highly respected in the world of travel.
09:30 AM DAILY Depart Limerick Tourist Office
Leave historic Limerick City, and en-route, view King Johns Castle and the river Shannon. Continue via County Clare to the west coast of Ireland.
Cliffs Of Moher
Spend 1.5 hours at the Cliffs of Moher - one of the world's greatest natural attractions. The cliffs stand 1/3 the size of the Empire State Building and have large populations of puffins and gannets. You can enjoy a hike or a relaxed walk, while gazing in amazement at this geological and natural beauty. The Cliffs of Moher also have shops and restaurants, anything from snacks and souvenirs available in plenty. Visitor charges at the Cliffs are included in the tour price saving you €6. You will also receive a complimentary ticket to the award winning Atlantic Edge exhibition that examines all aspects of the mighty Cliffs of Moher.
Depart from the Cliffs of Moher for a stop in Doolin, a lovely village where you may wish to enjoy a traditional Irish pub lunch (optional), maybe a seafood chowder with a pint of the local Doolineer pint (optional). On the way we will have superb views of the Atlantic coast and the Aran Islands.
Depart Doolin and visit one of the most unusual limestone surfaces anywhere - the Burren, a lunar landscape dating back 300 million years with unique features such as underground lakes and waterfalls. If it's the right season you may see one of the 26 different types of orchids that grow here right on beautiful Galway Bay. As you stroll through this rugged surface you'll understand how Neil Armstrong felt when he set foot on the moon in August 1969. The tour continues with a coastal drive along Galway Bay.
Bunratty Castle - photo stop
Stop at Bunratty Castle, for the chance to grab a coffee and refresh yourself. You can easily imagine Norman Knights, Gaelic warriors and Jousting Chieftains at this hallowed spot.
The Fond Farewell
Leave Bunratty Castle for the short return drive to Limerick. The tour finishes at 5pm approx. (Passengers from.UL please note that due to traffic conditions you will be dropped off in the city center)