The Cliffs Of Moher on the wild Atlantic way has been named in the top 20 most beautiful places in the world. [Featured Image: Gabriel Ramos, Unsplash].
Saying “Few places give that chill-bump-watery-eyes feeling like Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher”, Big Seven Travel placed it at number 11 on their list “The Top 50 Most Beautiful Places In The World”.
Big Seven Travel continued: “Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, these spectacular sea cliffs jut out of the Atlantic soaring to over 700 feet. Along the coastline, you can spot O’Brien’s Tower and even the Aran Islands far off in the distance. It’s a place that takes rugged Irish beauty to a whole new level.”
We certainly agree with all of that! The Cliffs of Moher are preeeetty incredible. I mean, just look at them!
Cliffs of Moher saw off competition from the likes of Uluru (Australia), Lauterbrunnen (Switzerland), and Pamukkale (Turkey), which were placed at 12, 13 and 14, respectively.
The Moher Cliffs were also narrowly beaten by Kyoto (Japan) at ten, the Scottish Highlands at nine, and The Palawan (The Philippines) at eight.
Taking the glory of the top spot is Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, which is absolutely mesmerising, to be fair. They pipped the Faroe Islands and Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming) to clinch the crown.
Still, being in the top 20 most beautiful places in the world is no easy task, so we’ll take it. We didn’t need reminding how stunning the cliffs are, after all!
You can read the entire Big Seven Travel list here.