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Cliffs of Moher Blog

Read about the Attractions visited on our cliffs of Moher tour, Fables and Folklore, Flaura and Fauna and much more on our Cliffs of Moher Blog

Galway City
Galway city known as the city of Tribes is often seen as the cultural capital of Ireland. With its medieval
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The Burren
The Burren The Burren, or the Rocky Place reveals a lot in its name.  The Burren is made up of
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Everything you want to know about the Cliffs of Moher in one place!
The Cliffs Of Moher The Cliffs of Moher rise to 240 metres at the highest point and has a range
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History of The Burren: Leamaneh Castle
Leamaneh Castle is a magnificent ruined castle in the heart of the Burren and an absolute must see if you
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The Burren: The Legend of Connor O’Quin and the Swan Maiden
There are plenty of folklore tales from The Burren that have been passed down through the ages. One such tale
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County Spotlight: Clare
Clare is the main destination on our Cliffs of Moher tour and has tons to offer! County Clare is situated
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How Doolin became the Trad Capital of Ireland
Traditional Irish Music or ‘‘Trad’’ as it’s commonly know is famed around the world for its lively sounds and joyful
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Galway
Dublin may technically be the capital of Ireland but Galway is for sure its cultural capital. It’s even been named
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The Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs of Moher didn’t receive over 1.4 million visitors last year for no good reason.
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