The Burren “a rocky place” is a unique limestone landscape with a spectacular beauty.
The high degree of light, the Gulf Stream and the warm limestone enables arctic-alpine and contrasting Mediterranean plants grow together. Since thousands of years it is also used as excellent grazing land.
The rich concentration of stone monuments, castles, churches and tower houses proof the significance for settlers in this natural treasure. Riding along the never ending stone walls and historical famine roads is a unique Irish experience.