Several businesses in the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, all members of the Burren ecotourism network are offering free cups of tea to anyone who arrives to their business on a bike.
This is the first initiative of its kind in Ireland and is highlighting the fact that the best way to see the Burren is on a bike.
Among the local business offering the free cup of tea to cyclists are Aillwee Cave and Birds of Prey centre, Doolin Hostel, The Burren Smokehouse, Wild Kitchen, The Burren Centre, Hotel Doolin, The Boghill Centre, Kilfenora Hostel, Tola’s Goats Cheese farm and shop, The Boghill Centre, Burren experience guided walks, Kilshanny House and the Farmyard in Corofin
For full details on the programme and participating businesses see:
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has been designated as a UNESCO site following a vote at the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) General Conference in Paris in November 2015.
The designation means that the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, along with Ireland’s two other Geoparks the Copper Coast Geopark and Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, is now a UNESCO Global Geopark and is now at the same level as other UNESCO designated sites such as Newgrange and the Giant’s Causeway.
For more information on the unique landscape see: Burren Geopark >>
Taking place every Monday from May to October the Burren Food Trail Mondays series invite visitors to join in & get involved in the Burren food story.
Visitors are given the opportunity to visit the producers and restaurants for one-off events to discover the history and traditional methods behind food production in the region.
For more details on individual events and a full schedule for 2016 see: Burren Food Trail Mondays >>
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