Cliffs of Moher, marvellous beautiful cliffs are situated in Ireland at county Clare, very close to Burren Area. There is a range of cliffs; the highest one is 710 feet high, and unbelievably the whole cliffs stretching down about 5 miles to the coast. One different Ireland can be observed from the top of cliffs and you will feel something very miraculous that you never feel before.
If you get permission, you can also enjoy Aran Islands in Galway Bay and the valleys and a different world of Connemara; never forget to look at the lighthouse on Loop Head and the mountains of Kerry to the south.
The whole cliffs are so impressive; if you go there you will have your new world. The cliffs were created with beds of Namurian shale and sandstone along with oldest rocks those are found at the lowest portion of the cliffs. A river channel of 300 million years old is passing through the base of these cliffs.
You can also see many wildlife mainly various species of birds, some of them are unique and you will never find them any other place of the earth.