Galway City to Limerick City
- Coastal Views
- Burren National Park
- Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre
- Loop Head Lighthouse
Leaving Galway, the next route along the Wild Atlantic Way is Cliff Coast, and this drive will see you travelling through County Clare before arriving in Limerick. The highlight of this route is the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher and The Burren area, while the towns of Doolin, Lisdoonvarna, Lahinch, Doonbeg and Kilkee will provide a real taste of Cliff Coast, one of the most famous coastal stretches in Ireland. Indeed, the town of Doolin is the traditional music capital of Ireland, so you’re sure to come across a trad session or two as you venture along Cliff Coast.
Burren National Park
Explore 1500 hectares of stunning limestone dominated landscape by driving through Burren National Park.
Discover the Great Stalactite as you marvel at Doolin Cave.
Doolin Cliff Walk
Explore the stunning cliffs of Clare's coastline with the Doolin Cliff Walk.
Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre
Discover the history and geological significance behind one of Ireland's most visited tourist attractions.
Dolphin Watching at Loop Head
As the River Shannon meets the Atlantic at Carrigaholt, Europe's largest group of bottlenose dolphins await your visit.
Lahinch Golf Club
Tee off at one of Ireland's finest links courses in Lahinch, Co. Clare.
Loop Head Lighthouse
Perched right at the end of Loop Head Peninsula is the spectacular Loop Head Lighthouse which has been shining a light at sea since 1670.