A full day trip through The Burren to The Cliffs of Moher is
a must see while visiting County Clare in Ireland
and includes many places along the
Wild Atlantic Way.

From Glocca Morra, turn left out of the drive towards
Scarriff.  Follow this road to Tuamgraney and turn left on
the R352 in the direction of
Ennis.  Before entering Ennis
there is a first roundabout for the M18.  Turn right in the
direction of Limerick.  Follow the M18 and take the second
offramp for the N85.  Follow the signs for the N85 and
Ennistymon. Stay on the N85 to Fountain Cross and turn
right onto the R476 to Corofin.  Follow through Killinaboy
and after about 3 km there will be a turn to the right for the
R480 and the Gleninsheen and Poulnabrone Megalithic
Tombs.  This is the heart of the Burren.  After visiting the
dolmens, follow the R480 to
Ballyvaughan.  Follow signs
for the R477 through Murroogh and Fanore on the way to
Doolin on the R479.  Doolin Point is a favourite surfing
area and a great place to stop for lunch.  Afterwards
continue on to
The Cliffs of Moher on the R478.  After
climbing the stairs to O'Brien's Tower be sure to stop in the
new visitor centre and see the multi media centre including
area film footage of County Clare.  After viewing the Cliffs,
continue on the R478 to the N67 in
Lahinch.  Continue
south through the towns of Rinneen,
Milltown Malby, Quilty
and Doonbeg to
Kilkee.  Kilkee is a lovely resort town with
a horseshoe shaped beach area that has been popular with
families from Limerick for generations.  Head to the beach
and take your shoes off to feel the cool water of the
Atlantic Ocean.  After Kilkee take the N67 to
Kilrush and
follow the N68 back to Ennis.  Before entering Ennis,
follow the signs to the M18.  Get on the M18 in the
direction of Galway and then take the second offramp for
the R352 for Tulla and Scarriff.  Turn right at the
roundabout in the direction of Scarriff and follow this road
to Tuamgraney.  In Tuamgraney turn right at the island in
the direction of Killaloe and the R463.  Continue on for
8 km, which will bring you back home to Glocca Morra.  
Poulnabrone Megalithic Tomb
The Cliffs of Moher
O'Brien's Tower
Cliffs Multi Media Centre
Kilkee George's Head
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