Cliffs of Moher – This very characteristic place located in the middle of the Wild Atlantic Scenic Route,

The cliffs are located in the south-western part of the Burren plateau in County Clare and are definitely the most emblematic coast in Ireland, over a million visitors annually make this the largest tourist attraction of the country.

The cliffs are made of limestones and sandstones, which are cut by parallel crevices resulting from the washing out of limestone by water. At the highest point they reach 214 meters above sea level and stretch for about 8 kilometers.

On top of them there is a nineteenth-century round stone tower O’Briens, which was built as an observation point

The visitor center itself has been designed so that it does not change the beautiful panoramic views – it is embedded in the rock, and the use of renewable energy systems such as heating or geothermal cooling and the use of solar panels and recycling of gray water to minimize interference in the environment.

The construction of the building cost 32 million euros and took 17 years to complete  it was then officially opened in 2007

Cliffs can also be admired from the ocean level – all you have to do is reach the picturesque town of Doolin, 8 kilometers away, from where there are organized cruises to the Aran Islands and on the way back the ships reach the cliffs of Moher.

Definitely this attraction can not be missing from the list of places to visit.