Enjoy the view of the Cliffs of Moher from the water
Admire the longest free-hanging stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere
Stroll through the medieval centre of Galway City
From Dublin you set out for the port of Doolin, which you reach around 11:30 am. On the way you take a photo stop at St. Brigid's Well, a mystical well shaft. Enter the crevice in the rock and travel back to the time of the ancient faith. From Doolin starts your one hour boat tour which offers you a great view of the famous Cliffs of Moher cliffs which have been formed and broken by the relentless impact of the Atlantic waves against the rocks.
Spend your lunch break at McGann's Pub, where you can enjoy homemade soups, light dishes, cakes and desserts as well as a large selection of hot and cold drinks. Then visit the stalactite cave Doolin Cave as part of a two-hour guided tour, in which a special highlight awaits you - the Great Stalactite. At 7.3 meters, it is the longest free-hanging stalactite in the northern hemisphere. Grab a helmet and experience a real underground adventure while succumbing to the magic of nature.
Afterwards you discover Burren, a special county of Clare, which is characterized by cliffs and caves, fossils and rock formations. Afterwards you will visit the winding 18th century centre of Galway City, where you will find all kinds of cafés behind the medieval city walls. boutiques and art galleries.
Outside the Bank Bar, 20 College Green, Dublin.
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