Private Tour to Cliffs Of Moher, Dunguaire Castle, Burren and Wild Atlantic Way from Galway

Cliffs of Moher Tour from Galway.

Private chauffeur driven Cliff of Moher half-day tour from Galway, Dunguaire, Doonagore Castle, Burren and Wild Atlantic Way. Premium chauffeur driven private tour to the wilder side of Ireland from Galway City. If you plan to visit Ireland, make sure during your time visit the Cliffs of Moher – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Ireland’s most memorable landmarks, voted Ireland’s Top Visitor Attraction in 2019. This private half-day  tour in a comfortable, air-conditioned chauffeur driven, executive vehicle shows you one of the top highlights of the entire country and will give you the opportunity to explore Cliffs of Moher and the Burren at your own pace. Skip the inconvenience of driving and enjoy the views during a private half-day tour along the Wild Atlantic Way to the Cliffs of Moher. Our chauffeur driven vehicles are able to enter and stop where larger vehicles cannot. Only Modern Mercedes-Benz vehicles – Certified professional drivers – On board Wi-Fi
Cliffs of Moher half-day tour from Galway is the perfect choice for travellers arriving late into Galway or those who want a little time to explore the City of Galway in the morning, or simply for those who are not morning birds at all.
Duration time approx. 6 hours from start time.Cliffs of 


Full itinerary:

  1. Your chauffeur will pick you up from your hotel/accommodation  in Galway City.
  2. Dunguaire Castle.
  1.  Corcomroe Abbey.
  2.  Newtown Castle.
  3.  Photo stop at Corkscrew Hill, with scenic views of the Burren and Galway Bay.
  4.  The Cliffs of Moher 2 hours.
  5.  Donagoore Castle.
  6.  Doolin and Doolin Pier.
  7.  Burren’s limestone pavement, Clints, and Grykes provide an opportunity to see the unique landscape.
  8.  Returning to Galway along the Wild Atlantic Way coastline is an hour’s drive.
  9.  Drop off at your hotel or in Galway City.

Dunguaire Castle

Built in the 16th century, the Dunguaire Castle, is a stunning medieval tower house located near Kinvara in County Galway, Ireland. It stands proudly on the shores of Galway Bay, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The castle is renowned for its picturesque setting and has become one of the most photographed castles in Ireland.
In the 20th century, the castle was extensively restored by Oliver St. John Gogarty, a prominent Irish surgeon and literary figure, who used it as a meeting place for literary and artistic figures of the time, including W.B. Yeats and George Bernard Shaw.

Today, Dunguaire Castle is a popular tourist attraction, offering visitors the chance to explore its medieval architecture, climb its battlements, and enjoy stunning views of Galway Bay. The castle also hosts medieval banquets during the summer months, where guests can experience traditional Irish music, dance, and cuisine in a unique and atmospheric setting.


Corcomroe Abbey

Corcomroe Abbey is a great example of medieval architecture, situated amidst the rugged landscape of the Burren in County Clare, Ireland. Founded around 1195 AD, Corcomroe Abbey holds significant historical and architectural importance as a former Cistercian monastery.

The abbey’s location on the edge of the rocky hills of the Burren adds to its picturesque charm, with the stark beauty of the surrounding landscape contrasting with the tranquility of the abbey ruins. Despite centuries of wear and weathering, the ruins of Corcomroe Abbey still retain much of their original beauty and architectural detail.

The abbey’s construction reflects the austere yet elegant style typical of Cistercian architecture, characterized by simplicity, harmony, and a focus on functionality. Visitors to Corcomroe Abbey can explore the remains of the church, cloister, chapter house, and other monastic buildings, gaining insight into the daily life of the Cistercian monks who once inhabited the site.

One of the most notable features of Corcomroe Abbey is its finely carved medieval tombs and decorative stonework, including intricate carvings depicting religious motifs, foliage, and geometric patterns.
Today, Corcomroe Abbey stands as a poignant reminder of Ireland’s rich religious and cultural heritage, offering visitors the opportunity to step back in time and experience the serene beauty of this historic site nestled amidst the rugged landscape of the Burren.

Newtown Castle

Newtown Castle is indeed a fascinating historical structure located in the Burren region of County Clare, Ireland, near the village of Ballyvaughan. Dating back to the 16th century, Newtown Castle is a fortified tower house that stands out for its unique architectural design.

What sets Newtown Castle apart from other Irish tower houses of its era is its distinctive cylindrical shape, which rises from a square pyramidal base. This architectural feature makes Newtown Castle quite unusual and adds to its allure as a historical landmark.

Originally built as a fortified residence, Newtown Castle would have provided protection and security for its inhabitants during a tumultuous period in Irish history. Its strategic location in the Burren region would have offered commanding views of the surrounding landscape, allowing its occupants to monitor approaching threats.

Today, Newtown Castle serves as a popular tourist attraction, drawing visitors from near and far who are eager to learn about its history and marvel at its architectural beauty. Its location in the scenic Burren region only adds to its appeal, providing visitors with a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of County Clare and the wider Irish landscape.


Corkscrew Hill

Driving through Corkscrew Hill offers visitors a thrilling journey through the heart of the Burren, a unique and captivating landscape in County Clare, Ireland. This winding road, located between Ballyvaughan village and Lisdoonvarna, is aptly named for its series of dramatic twists and turns as it ascends the hillside.

The road’s four zig-zags add an element of excitement to the journey, providing drivers with stunning panoramic views of the surrounding countryside at each turn. As you climb Corkscrew Hill, you’ll be treated to sweeping vistas of the Burren’s rugged terrain, dotted with limestone outcrops, ancient ruins, and lush greenery.

The Burren is renowned for its rich biodiversity, with a diverse array of flora and fauna thriving in its limestone habitats. Corkscrew Hill provides an excellent vantage point to admire the Burren’s wildflowers, including rare and endangered species that are unique to this area.


Cliffs of Moher tour from Galway

The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural tourist attractions because nearly two million tourists visit the cliffs every year. Cliffs are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located on the west coast of county Clare’s The Cliffs of Moher are an area of outstanding natural beauty stretching for 5 miles (ca. 8 kilometres) and rising 702 feet (ca. 214 m) above the Atlantic Ocean. Appeared in Harry Potter’s Half-Blood Prince, Ryan’s Daughter, The Princess Bride, Leap, Father Ted – popular Irish comedy series and in the classic film The Princess Bride. The Cliffs of Moher take their name from a ruined promontory fort “Mothar”, which was demolished during the Napoleonic wars to make room for a signal tower. When, arrive at the Cliffs of Moher for a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean you will get approximately 2 hours to explore independently.

Doonagore Castle

Doonagore Castle is landmark that overlooks Doolin Point in County Clare, Ireland. This iconic tower house castle stands proudly on a hill, commanding panoramic views of the rugged coastline and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Dating back to the 16th century, Doonagore Castle is a classic example of an Irish tower house, built for defensive purposes during a time of conflict and instability. Its strategic location on a hilltop would have allowed its inhabitants to keep watch over the surrounding area and defend against potential threats.

The castle’s picturesque setting, perched high above the village of Doolin and the surrounding countryside, makes it a popular subject for photographers and artists.


The Burren

The Burren moon landscape. Clints and grikes are two prominent features of the Burren’s limestone pavement. Clints are the flat, exposed slabs of limestone that make up the pavement, while grikes are the deep crevices or grooves that separate them. This pattern of interconnected clints and grikes creates a striking mosaic-like appearance across the landscape.

Enjoy a short photo stop, and experience where the Burren meet up with the Atlantic ocean.



Wild Atlantic Way

The return journey via the Coast Road offers travelers a breathtaking finale to their exploration of County Clare’s stunning landscapes. As you wind your way along this dramatic coastal route, you’ll be treated to sweeping vistas of the Atlantic Ocean, Galway Bay, and the distant silhouette of the Aran Islands.

The rugged beauty of the coastline, with its sheer cliffs and crashing waves, provides a dramatic backdrop for your journey.
To the north, the majestic Twelve Pins mountain range rises on the horizon, adding another layer of grandeur to the scenery.
The Coast Road is not only a scenic route but also part of the larger “Wild Atlantic Way,” a driving route that spans the entire west coast of Ireland. As you traverse this iconic route, you’ll experience the untamed beauty and rugged charm of the Atlantic coastline, with each twist and turn revealing new wonders to behold.

Return to Galway City.

With the comfort of knowing you’ve experienced some of Ireland’s most breathtaking scenery, you’ll enjoy a leisurely drive back to your preferred drop-off point in Galway, savoring the memories of a day well spent exploring the wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way.



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