Cliffs of Moher Aillte an Mhothair
The Cliffs of Moher represent the best-known and most popular sight of Ireland's west coast. The rocky columns reach up to 214 meters up in the sky, from the surges of the ocean. O'Brien's Tower, a former watch tower, can be reached via a small path, which leads up the cliffs behind the visitor information centre.
For those, who want to see the cliffs from their natural and unspoilt side, the Cliff Walk is very recommendable. This hiking trail leads along the edge of the cliffs from Doolin to Liscannor, passing Hag's head.
The cliffs of Moher are located 6 kilometres south of Doolin and are a signature point of the Wild Atlantic Way.