Randonnée - Incontournable (Segment)
The Cliffs of Moher are a true classic among the natural wonders of Ireland. A must-see for every tourist. Despite the rush, it is worth visiting (preferably before 12 or after 4 pm) the dark cliffs on the Atlantic coast of Ireland. At their highest point they fall 214m vertically down into the water. In addition to seagulls, puffins also find their nesting sites here.
Attention! Please stay away from the edge, especially on very windy days. Again and again parts of the cliffs break off unpredictably or people are caught by gusts and fall - this risk is not worth a selfie.
Since the new construction of the visitor center € 6 "entrance" for the center (in addition to the parking fees), which you unfortunately have to pay, if you only want to look at the cliffs. Those who want to save themselves the tourist crowds and the costs, should go a little further north or south on Hag's Head, there it costs nothing and the cliffs also look impressive.
10 août 2017
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