Experience the rugged coastline of ‘The Burren’ in County Clare. The name of the Burren comes from the Irish word ‘Boíreann’ meaning ‘rocky place’. Visiting the Burren National Park is well worth the trip if you’re already going to the Cliffs of Moher. There is nothing on the Wild Atlantic Way that says ‘rugged’ quite like The Burren.
However, there is still plenty to do apart from enjoying the unique terrain. The National Park offer guided walking tours where you can get an in-depth look at the local, but internationally-famous landscape and flora.