The Burren is yours to gently explore and discover.
Whatever your interest, from archaeology to adventure, from geology to botany, there is something at the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark that will stop you in your tracks. The best way to explore the Geopark is to take the time to sensitively wander – by foot or on a bicycle. Get up close to nature. Immerse yourself in rich heritage. Discover the local culture.
Taking care as you go brings huge rewards. By leaving the lightest possible mark on our landscape, the beautiful Burren will leave the most memorable mark on you.
Take a trail and explore the landscape, history, heritage and food of the region. Cycle, walk, explore!
There’s nowhere in the world quite like the Burren. And there are so many unique places nestled within the area. There are eleven Geosites you can visit – areas of outstanding geological significance – each with its own on-site visitor and interpretation information.
The Burren Geopark is also home to 7 Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points, the Cliffs of Moher also being a Wild Atlantic Way Signature Point.
Whatever your interest, from archaeology to adventure, from geology to botany, there is something at the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark that will stop you in your tracks.
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 centres, information points, accommodations and shops around the Burren.
The best way to discover the secrets of the Burren is to meet the people and celebrate with them. There are a number of festivals and events where local people celebrate their culture and heritage and invite others to join in.
Transport options for getting around the Geopark
Leave No Trace is an outdoor ethics programme designed to promote and inspire responsible outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships.