The Burren is karst-landscape area in County Clare. The route from Galway to Cliffs of Moher goes through Ballyvaghan and touches the Burren, so it must be a popular tourist attraction. Though like everywhere in Ireland even in the most touristic places there are not many people at all, you won’t see crowds of tourists climbing the karst hills of the Burren or queues to enter the Aillwee cave. I think it’s just great)
We had a walking tour in the Burren and climbed one of the karst hills – the view is amazing from up there, and I will definitely want to go there again. One thing to remember – to wear some old boots, or the rocks will kill any other.