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From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher including Cliffs of Moher cruise.

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Save money by packing in a ton of attractions on a trip to the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands that includes entrance fees, ferry tickets, and round-trip transport. Your guide knows the best ways around Ireland and brings you safely across the Wild Atlantic Way—a notoriously difficult-to-navigate route—in any type of weather, leaving you free to enjoy the scenery.
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CharlieC wrote a review Aug. 2020
Cork, Ireland471 contributions144 helpful votes
Was here today with the lovely Ursula. Spectacular, unspoilt beautiful part of Europe. It’s one of the most westerly points of the continent. You can drive, cycle or walk right out to the lighthouse. Behind it is an amazing stretch of land to open cliffs with sheer drops for about 100 metres with no barriers, very very dangerous but exciting as heck! I highly recommend it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Robin_K wrote a review Mar. 2020
Accrington, United Kingdom2,062 contributions471 helpful votes
Whilst the lighthouse is a little disappointing, the area on both sides of the promontery is rugged and impressive. One shows wild ocean waves and the other is a little more rocky. Be careful at both and the winds can be very fierce and there is nothing to protect you from being blown over the cliff edge. Visually spectacular and very atmospheric
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Date of experience: March 2020
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OhLeeHart wrote a review Oct. 2019
47 contributions5 helpful votes
As an expat, I was able to visit Loophead over 20 times in three years - and I took ALL my guests to this hidden gem. Worth the extra effort to drive to the lighthouse - great cliff views without the weight of commercialism. Loop Head became my favorite place in Ireland - you can spend a half hour or several hours walking the paths and photographing nature at its best. Wear shoes that don't slip.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Rich G wrote a review Oct. 2019
33 contributions9 helpful votes
We love the Loop Head Peninsula. We now have friends in Kilbaha, at the Kilbaha Gallery and Crafts shop. Loop Head Peninsula is far enough south on the west of Ireland to have good weather, when it is more windy and rainy in the north. Killkee is a nice small town, and the Bridges of Ross are a great place to visit, rivaling the Cliffs of Moher for great views. Pace of life is slower and there are views everywhere along the coastline. It is an area I would consider living in.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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2005-travel-lover wrote a review Sep. 2019
Frederick, Maryland576 contributions136 helpful votes
Wonderful views, great staff. Walk around the lighthouse and then climb up. Gives a sense of what it might have been like to work there
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Date of experience: September 2019
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