This tour combines the lunar-like, limestone landscape at the Burren with the spectacular coast routes in Connemara.
The Burren National Park covers a remarkable 1,500ha of limestone pavement, hazel scrub, woodland, turloughs, springs and cliffs. Originating from the Irish word “Boireann” meaning rocky place you cannot fail to be impressed by this truly mesmeric landscape. The Connemara village of Roundstone is beautifully set on one of the most spectacular coastal drives in Ireland overlooking the Atlantic at the foot of Errisbeg Mountain, it is no surprise that International artists have drawn their inspiration from this enigmatic location. On Inismore marvel at Dun Aonghusa prehistoric stone fort clinging to the 90m high cliffs while the Atlantic crashes below. Have your cameras ready for your visit to the iconic Cliffs of Moher and enjoy unparalleled views of the Aran Islands and the coast of Clare from Gleninagh Mountain.