The Burren is your to explore, but if you need a little guidance below are a number of visitor publications that will help you plan your trip. The guides and leaflets are available at visitors centers, information points, accommodations and shops around the Burren.
The Burren Explorer – A visitor guide to the Geopark
The Burren Explorer is now on sale at many venues and Visitor Centres throughout the Burren.
The new larger format is packed full of useful visitor information about all aspects of the Burren, including Where to Stay, Where to Eat, Transport, What to Do and profiles each of the towns and villages in the region. It also has information and maps for walking and cycling routes and a large fold out map on the Burren.
The Burren, Naturally Yours – A free visitor magazine
The Burren, Naturally Yours is available at visitors centers and information points throughout the Geopark.
Featuring members of the Burren Ecotourism Network, the visitor magazine provides a great insight into the businesses and the experiences they provide. With sections on accommodation, food and activity it is essential reading when planning your visit to the Geopark region. The magazine also includes a map.
The Burren Outdoor Adventure and Activity Trail
The Burren activity trail leaflet is available at visitors centers and information points throughout the Geopark.
The Burren is best discovered in the company of a knowledgeable and professional guide. The Burren activity trail leaflet features over 20 guides who will help you navigate the landscape in a way that suits you. whether you’re seeking a rush of adrenalin or a restful escape the activity trail experiences have a lot to offer from rock climbing to kayaking and yoga to walking, all with the backdrop of the stunning Burren landscape.
The Burren Food Trail
The Burren Food trail leaflet is available at visitors centers and information points throughout the Geopark.
The award-winning Burren food Trail is more than a listing of quality food establishments and producers in the area – it aims to uncover for you the path that your food takes from field to plate. You can decide for yourself how to follow the trail – stop at every point or else dip in and out along the way, according to your taste, interest and location.
Stone, Water and Ice – A Guide to the Geology of the Burren
Stone, Water and Ice is on sale at many venues and Visitor Centres throughout the Burren.
Stone, Water and Ice, A geology trip through the Burren, takes you through the evolution of the region from the start of its formation over 300 million years ago when it was the seabed of a tropical ocean, through tectonic plate activity, ice ages, rises and falls of sea level, erosion and deposition, all to create the Burren we know today.
Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark Map
The map highlights areas of interest including popular heritage sites, Geosites and visitors centres. It also features sustainable transport option available in the region including bike hire and repair locations.