Kick off your day traveling along the rugged western coastline, the Wild Atlantic Way, and pass by harbours and farms, medieval ruins and ancient graveyards along the way.
You'll stop off at Dunguaire Castle on the outskirts of Kinvara and see why this spot is one of the most photographed castles in the whole of Ireland. Then, you'll pass through the lunar-esque landscape of the Burren, Corcomroe Abbey and Fanore's golden beach with its captivating lighthouse where you'll take in the views across to the Aran Islands.
You'll stop off in Doolin next where you can feel the Atlantic wind on your face and see the power of the sea up close. During the summer months, you could even get out on the water and take a cruise to the base of the Cliffs of Moher. After you've worked up an appetite on the beach, it's time for lunch at Doolin Hotel where you can tuck into local seafood dishes before heading off to the iconic Cliffs of Moher where you'll discover one of Ireland's natural wonders. You'll have two hours to explore the cliffs, take in the spectacular views and discover the fascinating visitor center which is bursting with interactive exhibits and displays.
After a day on the edge, you'll head back to Galway via the colourful town of Lisdoonvarna, famous for its annual match making festival,.