Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher & The Burren Tour

The Cliffs of Moher welcome in excess of one million visitors each year, establishing this natural attraction as one of Ireland’s premier tourist destinations in the South West of Ireland.

Walk With Me offers a private motor tour from Killarney to the iconic Cliffs of Moher perched on the very edge of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. This tour takes you on a journey through County Kerry to the ferry crossing of the River Shannon estuary where Shannon Ferries will convey you to County Clare. One hour later finds you at the Cliffs of Moher, the most famous and spectacular sea cliffs in Europe.

On the way to the Cliffs you will pass through the villages and towns of Kilrush, Quilty and Milltown Malbay before you have a brief stop in the seaside town of Lahinch, famous for its golf course and surfing.

Poulnabrone Dolmen

Near the Cliffs you will enter the village of Liscannor, birthplace of John Philip Holland, inventor of the submarine and credited with the first submarine commissioned by the US Navy and named ‘The Holland’.

The Cliffs of Moher are spectacular, rising 720 feet above sea level and offering stunning views of The Aran Islands. The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with over one million visitors each year to The Cliffs and the Visitor’s Centre.

Lunch will be in Doolin Village which is regarded as the spiritual home of Traditional Irish Music. After lunch your tour will enter the Karst limestone landscape of The Burren along the famous Black Head Driving Route on The Wild Atlantic Way to Ballyvaughan with optional visits to the 13th century Cistercian Abbey at Corcomroe, The Burren Perfumery, the preserved ancient Celtic Crosses at Kilfenora and the Neolithic Poulnabrone portal tomb. The tour can also include a visit to The Flaggy Shore where Seamus Heaney, the renowned Irish poet penned his famous poem ‘Postscript’.

Walk With Me recommend the following accommodation.

Doolin Hotel

Hotel Doolin

Lake Hotel Killarney

The Lake Hotel, Killarney

The Brehon Hotel, Killarney

Sample Itinerary

9.00am: Collection from your hotel accommodation

9.15am: Scenic drive to Tarbert Village in North Kerry to board the Shannon Ferries crossing to County Clare

10.00am: Shannon Estuary Crossing

10.30am: Commence scenic drive through villages of Quilty, & Milltown Malbay to Lahinch

11.30am: Arrival in the seaside resort of Lahinch, Coffee & Restroom stop

12.00pm: Continue coastal touring route through Liscannor Village to The Cliffs of Moher & Visitor’s Centre

2.30pm: Lunch in Doolin Village – the traditional home of Irish Music

3.30pm: Tour of The Burren National Park, including optional visits to the various attractions in The Burren

4.30pm: Return journey to Killarney taking in Bunratty Castle, Adare Manor and the village of Adare

6.00pm: Arrive at hotel accommodation

Please note: we also provide a drop-off to your hotel in Galway city if required.

The Cliffs of Moher welcome in excess of one million visitors each year, establishing this natural attraction as one of Ireland’s premier tourist destinations in the South West of Ireland.

Walk With Me offers a private motor tour from Killarney to the iconic Cliffs of Moher perched on the very edge of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. This tour takes you on a journey through County Kerry to the ferry crossing of the River Shannon estuary where Shannon Ferries will convey you to County Clare. One hour later finds you at the Cliffs of Moher, the most famous and spectacular sea cliffs in Europe.

On the way to the Cliffs you will pass through the villages and towns of Kilrush, Quilty and Milltown Malbay before you have a brief stop in the seaside town of Lahinch, famous for its golf course and surfing.

Poulnabrone Dolmen

Near the Cliffs you will enter the village of Liscannor, birthplace of John Philip Holland, inventor of the submarine and credited with the first submarine commissioned by the US Navy and named ‘The Holland’.

The Cliffs of Moher are spectacular, rising 720 feet above sea level and offering stunning views of The Aran Islands. The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with over one million visitors each year to The Cliffs and the Visitor’s Centre.

Lunch will be in Doolin Village which is regarded as the spiritual home of Traditional Irish Music. After lunch your tour will enter the Karst limestone landscape of The Burren along the famous Black Head Driving Route on The Wild Atlantic Way to Ballyvaughan with optional visits to the 13th century Cistercian Abbey at Corcomroe, The Burren Perfumery, the preserved ancient Celtic Crosses at Kilfenora and the Neolithic Poulnabrone portal tomb. The tour can also include a visit to The Flaggy Shore where Seamus Heaney, the renowned Irish poet penned his famous poem ‘Postscript’.

Walk With Me recommend the following accommodation.

Doolin Hotel

Hotel Doolin

Lake Hotel Killarney

The Lake Hotel, Killarney

The Brehon Hotel, Killarney

Sample Itinerary

9.00am: Collection from your hotel accommodation

9.15am: Scenic drive to Tarbert Village in North Kerry to board the Shannon Ferries crossing to County Clare

10.00am: Shannon Estuary Crossing

10.30am: Commence scenic drive through villages of Quilty, & Milltown Malbay to Lahinch

11.30am: Arrival in the seaside resort of Lahinch, Coffee & Restroom stop

12.00pm: Continue coastal touring route through Liscannor Village to The Cliffs of Moher & Visitor’s Centre

2.30pm: Lunch in Doolin Village – the traditional home of Irish Music

3.30pm: Tour of The Burren National Park, including optional visits to the various attractions in The Burren

4.30pm: Return journey to Killarney taking in Bunratty Castle, Adare Manor and the village of Adare

6.00pm: Arrive at hotel accommodation

Please note: we also provide a drop-off to your hotel in Galway city if required.