Journey of discovery
The Burren region offers a variety of attractive destinations. This selection provides just a taste.
A 1.3 km long tour leads through beautiful caverns where you can marvel at waterfalls and discover the now extinct brown bears bones.
This limestone cave houses one of the longest known free-hanging stalactites in the world with a length of 7.30 m.
From March to October, the ferry departs from Doolin to the Aran Islands, which are characterized by small green fields surrounded by stone walls.
Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher stretch along the coast for eight kilometers and reach a maximum altitude of 214 meters over the Atlantic Ocean.
In the 405-acre park near Gort is the legendary "Autograph Tree", a copper beech that is engraved with the initials of many famous Irish writers.
In the midst of these steep limestone mountains and rocky coastline, the lighthouse at Black Head looks like something from another world.
The Poulnabrone Dolmen, also known as the "Hole of Sorrows", is a neolithic relic and was probably built between 3800 and 3200 BC.
Dunguaire Castle dates back to the 16th century and is located near Kinvara on the southeastern coast of Galway Bay.
With its countless festivals and events, including the renowned Galway Arts Festival, Galway is considered a hip place to visit.
Caherconnell Stone Fort
Caherconnell Stone Fort is a medieval, exceptionally well-preserved stone ring fort dating back to the 10th century.
Burren National Park
The Burren National Park presents an incomparable landscape, treeless and rocky on the one hand and world famous for its flora on the other.
A real Irish original - inspired by the unique landscape, the Burren Perfumery is a family-run business which develops high-quality natural cosmetics and perfumes.