Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare are justifiably one of Ireland’s most popular natural tourist attractions. These cliffs are battered by Atlantic rollers and the top (and bravest) surfers come here to ride the waves. I’ve never seen the cliffs from sea level but I am sure they are pretty impressive and daunting when riding a wave in.

Long Way Down
Long Way Down

Looking from above the scene is spectacular, as these tourists are finding out.

14 thoughts on “Cliffs of Moher

    1. The Burren is great, the cliffs of Moher majestic, but for me Donegal wins. Unbelievably friendly, unspoilt, beautiful beaches, spectacular cliffs and scenery, great atmosphere in pubs. Just a pity Donegal is at the other end of the island to Cork. MM πŸ€

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  1. Love this! When I visited Ireland a few years ago, the day we came to the Cliffs of Moher was so foggy that I felt sure I would just walk off the cliffs, unable to see the edge. Thankfully I didn’t fall, and thankfully, through this shot, I see the edge.

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  2. Ah wonderful shot MM. A real eye opener in many ways Lol
    Must look out a pre digital I have… mine is very misty … I didn’t know it came in green and blues πŸ˜‰

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