|by Robert Firpo-Cappiello||Amusement and Theme Parks, Castles and Palaces, Food + Drink, Hiking and Climbing, Historical Travel, Nature Appreciation, County Clare, Trip Ideas, Family Travel, Food + Drink||0|
Don’t let the steep drops scare you away: The landscape around these iconic cliffs in Ireland will warm you with traditional music and a taste of Irish hospitality.
1. The 700-foot limestone Cliffs of Moher, stretching five miles and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in County Clare, Ireland, were carved during the last Ice Age.
3. The excellent visitors center is a good place to start your visit (about $6, cliffsofmoher.ie).
4. The tiny nearby town of Doolin, on the coast, is home to several pubs where high-quality traditional Irish folk music is on tap nightly; boat tours of the cliffs depart from Doolin.