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A must stop on the The Cliffs Of Moher Tour is the beautiful Doolin village with loads of history and heritage, it’s known all over the world as the traditional music capital of Ireland. By night its four buzzing pubs host spontaneous and rousing music sessions, and not to be missed on the evening tour to the Cliffs Of Moher – but by day it is a place of solitude and tranquillity where you can nurture your spirit and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Hop on a ferry from Doolin port to the Aran Islands – visit the spectacular Dún Aengus fort on Inis Mor, get away from it all on Inis Meain or take a quick trip to the smallest island of Inis Oirr, only 10 km away.
Local Arts and Craft
Meet the makers in local art and craft shops and have your fill of top class local artisan food in one of the many buzzing pubs and restaurants available in Doolin. It’s my favorite stop on the Day Tour to The Cliffs of Moher
- Doolin is a small village on the west coast of Ireland.
- It’s also known as a gateway to the the Aran Islands which seem to be just a stones throw from Doolin
- The Cliffs of Moher are looming to the southwest of Doolin village.
- Lisdoonvarna is not far away and has a Victorian Pump House
Other Things To Do on Cliffs of Moher Day Tour
Dunguaire Castle the most photographed defensive towerhouse/castle in Ireland located on the shores of Galway Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way. It has 4 floors, The name comes from the King of Connacht Dun of King Guaire
If you’ve every wanted to see a sheep dog demonstration then Caherconnell is the place to go. The home of the Burren leading sheepdog demonstrations John Davoren will give you a demonstration of the combines skills of the Border Collie and his master!