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Scenic cliffs stretching 700 feet over the rugged Atlantic coast. A short walk to O'Brien's Tower provides an excellent lookout on Ireland's beautiful western shoreline. The visitor centre hidden underneath the hillside houses an exhibition, two...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Lislorkan North | Latitude: 52.9714578 Longitude: -9.4247540, Liscannor, Ireland
All reviews visitor center car park breathtaking views sunny day per adult natural beauty both sides parking lot o'brien's tower aran islands bucket list gift shop be careful visiting ireland awe inspiring worth the trip tour buses
Possibly the most beautiful place I've ever seen! There is a lot of walking but well worth it, even in the rain and wind! Staff is helpful. It is free to enter but you pay per person to park.Well worth the cost!
I hate edges. I mean really, really hate them. Heights... no problem! Just put me in an airplane, blimp or balloon. But never ask me to stand on the edge of a cliff.
With that said, I am totally surprised by what I am about...More
Outdoor scenery is magnificent. It cannot be described with words. It is worth every second you breathe
The visitor centre has improved massively. The gift shop has an impressive range of items... more than the average visitor centre.
We did not visit the coffee shop...More
Simply can’t describe how lovely the visit is great parking hike up or go to viewing beautiful no matter what the wind was pretty heavy this after noon as soon as well start to pull out poured rain there is a great gift shop pamphlet...More
I have seen the Cliffs quite a view times on previous visits to the West of Ireland and yes, they are worth a visit but not the most spectacular sight on earth, cliffs like that you see on every street corner in Iceland for example....More
Yet another view of part of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way with wonderful views of the cliffs towering above the crashing waves. Take adequate clothing to combat the cold winds. Access to the public walking paths is free however to drive up and use the car...More
It took us about 4 hrs drive by a chartered tour bus from the city of Dublin.
We passed by some townships, ranch, and creeks.
This clift has layers of rocks which show the age of the formation. You will see bird nesting on the...More
The cliffs are one of those things that makes you feel very smell as you look on them. I watched the ocean spray rise from the waves crashing against the cliffs, catching the sunlight behind it. It's an incredible, peaceful experience. Photography struggles to do...More
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I didn’t find that they were strict about a limit and there wasn’t much of a ticket spot other than the parking lot. It was not even mentioned when we purchased tickets at the parking lot. Spending two hours is easy but make... More
I didn’t find that they were strict about a limit and there wasn’t much of a ticket spot other than the parking lot. It was not even mentioned when we purchased tickets at the parking lot. Spending two hours is easy but make sure you are dressed very warmly if going in the colder months! It is windy!!