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Lally Tours - Cliffs of Moher - Full day

Lally Tours

From: Galway Coach Station  

Time: 10.00am (7days a week). Please arrive 20 minutes prior to departure.

Returns to Galway: Approx 5.30pm
Price includes: Transport with driver/guide, entrance to Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience, Hotel pickup and dropoff (specific locations, please contact us in advance)
Price does NOT include:  Food and drink, entrance to Aillwee Cave/Birds of Prey Experience
Special Offer:  Book for both Lally Tours - Cliffs of Moher Full Day and Lally Tours - Connemara Full Day and save - discount will be applied automatically when tickets are added to your cart. For more information about the Connemara Day Tour, click here


Explore the most popular sights of Ireland’s west coast on our professional guided day tour to the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. As you travel from Galway, listen to your expert driver/guide share information and history of Galway and the Burren. Exit the coach to visit windswept landscapes independently and explore Ireland’s exposed limestone terrain, jagged cliffs and untamed Atlantic Ocean. Following the featured stops of the trip, you’ll travel back to Galway along the Wild Atlantic Way, offering many photo opportunities of the coast - so keep your cameras ready!


Dunguaire Castle (Kinvara)

Standing tall watching over Galway Bay, this iconic 1520’s castle was the Royal Palace of Guaire Aidhne, King of Connacht.


Aillwee Caves

Be prepared for an adventure through underground caverns, chasms and waterfalls . Or, get up close and personal with Falcons, Owls, Hawks and more in the Birds of Prey Centre.

Not feeling adventurous? A cafe is located on the grounds showcasing a menu of local food and coffee options.


Cliffs of Moher & The Atlantic Edge - FREE ADMISSION

Encounter a moment of magic as you stand atop these awe-inspiring, rigid cliffs with edges dropping into the untamed Atlantic Ocean. Stretching 8km (5 miles) along the Atlantic coast of County Clare, The Cliffs of Moher  stand 700 feet tall. Visitors are welcomed to explore the walking paths along the most outstanding landscape in Ireland. Discover the unique colony of seabirds from the South platform, counting upwards of 30,000 birds from 20 different species!

Among the hillside is the visitor centre, where you’ll find interactive exhibits, aerial tours and a virtual reality cliff face adventure.



A charming seaside village along the Wild Atlantic Way and surrounded by a limestone landscape, Doolin is claimed as Ireland’s traditional music capital. Have lunch while exploring the strip of pubs, Irish crafts and shops.


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