Public Transport


Getting to Ireland’s most scenic tourist site using public transport is fun, scenic and great value for money. It’s a great way to travel, you can kick back relax and let the driver do all the hard work.

The modern fleet of coaches offers great comfort, you can sit back and have a nap, or surf the internet and catch up on social media.

Travelling by public transport has many advantages including great value for money.

If you are planning on booking a bus tour to the cliffs, see our Bus Tours page for all tour companies operating services.

Bus Eireann

Bus Eireann run a number of public transport services to the Cliffs of Moher. The Bus Eireann fleet is a modern fleet of buses, and their expressway services are very good. The company operate a large number of services all around Ireland.

You can travel directly to the Cliffs of Moher from Galway. There are services from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Knock Airport. It is possible to travel from Limerick also, you have to travel into Ennis first and then on the cliffs.

Please see the Bus Eireann website for all routes to the cliffs. The route to the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin takes over 5 hours by bus because you have to travel to Ennis and change buses there.

The 350 public transport route to the Cliffs of Moher from Galway passes through Kinvara, Ballyvaughan and Doolin.

This route is a great option while travelling to this super cool tourist site from Galway because it’s also a really scenic journey with some beautiful scenery, old castles, and lovely little towns and villages on the route. If you are travelling to the visitor centre from Dublin, see this useful link.

If you are within Ireland please contact Bus Eireann on Lo-Call 1850 836611

If you are outside Ireland please dial +3531 836 6111

Cliffs of Moher Shuttle Bus

There is a public transport shuttle service that connects some local towns and villages with the visitor centre. This service is aimed at encouraging people to stay overnight in Clare, maybe for one or two nights. This shuttle bus service runs in June, July and August. The vehicle has Wi-Fi onboard.

The service operates from Ennistymon and connects Lahinch, Liscannor, Doolin and Lisdoonvarna. There are a large number of hotels and B&Bs operating in these local areas. Please see our Accommodation page for details of great places to stay.

The shuttle service also covers the coastal walking routes. Large numbers of people like to walk the coastal routes connected to the wonderful tourist site. Tickets are priced at 7.00 euros for adults. Children under 12 are free, with max four-children per adult booking. See our link here for further info.

Please contact the cliffs directly for further information at +353(0)65 7086141 or email

Cliffs of Moher Coastal Walk Shuttle Bus

This public transport shuttle service serves the coastal walking path connected to the Cliffs of Moher. Lots of local people and tourists travel this route all most all year round. The Cliffs of Moher coastal walk shuttle bus route covers Liscannor, The John P Holland centre, Kilconnel, Guerin’s Path, and Doolin.

This service also goes to Doolin Pier which is the area where everybody gets the ferries to the Aran Islands. You can also do a boat tour of the Cliffs of Moher from Doolin pier. The coastal walks are a beautiful way to experience the wonderful coastline along the Cliffs of Moher. These walkways are highly recommended, and it is a great way to get some exercise in also. Please see our things to do page for further information.

Please contact +353 (0) 65 7075599 or +353(0)87 7755098 or email –

FAO – Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to the Cliffs of Moher by bus from Dublin?

Answer – You can get to the 300 bus from Dublin city centre to Dunnes/Fiars walk in Ennis town County Clare, and then head over to the Ennis bus station to get the 350 bus to the Cliffs of Moher

How do you get to the Cliffs of Moher from Galway?

Answer – Ireland’s main national public transport company (Bus Eireann) runs services from Galway to Ennis and the bus stops at the Cliffs of Moher, the trip takes around 2.5 hours and has around 18 stops.