Noted for its ‘lunar-like’ landscape, the Burren is also famous for its variety of flowers, archaeological remains, farming traditions, its musical, artistic and literary heritage and its culture of warm hospitality. There are many books published on the Burren and lots of information can be found on various web sites, particularly www.burrenbeo.com. We live on the edge of the Burren National Park and information on this can be found on www.burrennationalpark.ie.
The Burren is part of the UNESCO recognised Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark, for more information go to www.burrengeopark.ie
For accommodation, places to eat and activities in the Burren please visit www.burrenecotourism.com. This site also has lots of information on transport options including bus routes/timetables to each village, bicycle hire, e-car charging points etc, www.burrenecotourism.com/getting-here
For a handy visitor directory of all activities & services including mapping, directions and transport information download the Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark App. The app is available for free for iPhone at the Apple App Store and for Android at Google Play