The word "Mothar" in the Gaelic language means "ruined fort". This natural site attracts about one million visitors a year, and is full birds, plants, and other wildlife. It also has an educational center to learn more about the Cliffs.
The Blarney Castle was built for Cormac McCarthy. It has been standing for around six hundred years! Not only can you tour the Castle but you can also see the Gardens and the Rock Close --which is a secluded area so one can enjoy nature. Also there is the famous Blarney Stone and if you kiss it you will be endowed with eloquence.
A beautiful route that takes you through forests, lakes, historical sites and much more. On this route you can also do many outdoor activities such as, biking, surfing, golfing, etc.