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Irish cliffs : activities and sites to visit

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What to expect?

What would the charm of the Irish wilderness be without its magnificent cliffs? Scattered all over the Irish coast, they offer the viewer an exceptional panorama that will take your breath away! Rain or shine, the spectacle is always striking and reminds us that Ireland is above all an island, which has been under repeated assaults from the ocean for centuries!

The cliffs in Ireland: grandiose landscapes, between land and ocean

It’s time to be blown away!

Shades of blue, green and rock beaten by the winds and the sea … The Irish cliffs are a must-see tourist attraction, attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world every year!

We appreciate their majesty, their scale and the incredible spectacle they offer to their visitors! Because let us say it, these giants are among the most beautiful demonstrations of the power of the wilderness! The incessant waves which crash against the rocks, the quiet force which seems to inspire its rocky mastodons… The cliffs seem impassive, wiping away storms, swell, and ocean wind. The cliffs seem impassive, wiping out storms, swells, and ocean winds. Seabirds nest there in large numbers, offering a superb playground for the enthusiasts of these flying animals.

It must be said that here, nature provides the show! And it turns out that Ireland is teeming with grandiose spots. Between the Cliffs of Moher, Slieve League and the other steep sites of the Irish peninsulas or the Wiuld Atlantic Way, there is plenty to do! Every year millions of tourists and other travelers come to admire these majestic landscapes, on the occasion of a hike, a picnic, or a simple stopover!

The view is exceptional, breathtaking on the ocean, and 100% exotic!

Above all, don’t forget your camera: the spots in Ireland are hyper photogenic and are among the most popular tourist sites in the country! Not to be missed under any pretext… whether it’s for a week or a weekend in Ireland!