Hag’s Head

Hag’s Head, The Cliffs of Moher

Stunning scenery, probably the most spectacular stretch of coastline in the country – but best avoided in the windy weather!

 A Napoleonic watch tower, built in 1803
A Napoleonic watch tower, built in 1803, close to the site of a 1st-century BC fort (long since disappeared)
Looking from Hag's Head across to Doolin
Looking from Hag’s Head across to Doolin

 

The curious rock formation from which Hag's Head gets it's name
The curious rock formation from which Hag’s Head gets it’s name
 The cliffs
The cliffs rise up to 700 feet above sea level

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