Take a walk along the trail to experience the raw power of nature at its most majestic.
Hours: Open from 9am (visitor center closed December 24th-26th) seasonal closing Admission: Adults €6, seniors & students €4, under 16s free Address: Liscannor, Co.
Welcoming and wonderfully rich in culture, Ireland, the "Emerald Isle," is sure to put a sparkle in your eye.
You'll love its friendly people, laid-back culture, often-tragic yet fascinating history, and its rugged, romantic landscapes.
The only one spared was future Irish President Eamon De Valera who, by virtue of his American citizenship, didn't suffer the same grisly fate.
Dating from 1796, the prison was a dank vile institution that housed those guilty of such misdemeanours as being unable to pay their train fares and, during the famine, the destitute and hungry.
About one and a half hours by car from Galway, in neighbouring County Clare, the cliffs are visited by close to a million people from across the globe each year.
A visit here will open your eyes and senses and remain with you indelibly.
The house and gardens are a real treat and there are Jaunting Cars (Killarney's famous horse & traps) to take you around the grounds in style.
The adjacent Traditional Farms are also well worth taking in for a taste of how the ordinary folk once lived.
A stroll in and around the grounds is a journey through the ages and into the hushed world of scholarly pursuit.
Many shop and office workers take their lunchtime sandwiches here during summer months simply to escape the hustle and bustle outside.
You'll find friendly, chatty service no matter where you go and be entertained from the bottom of the street to St. Grab a coffee or, in the mornings, a legendary Irish breakfast at Bewley's Oriental Café.