Or, cross from east to west coast of Ireland and visit the Slieve League cliffs in Donegal which are the tallest sea cliffs in Ireland/Europe (@ 1,972 feet). Although less famous than the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Slieve League's cliffs reach almost three times higher.
It was a 296 mile round trip and one that I planned on map source to avoid as many major roads as possible, going by many minor and sometimes singletrack roads.
I came across these old fuel pumps that haven't been used for many a year.
I thought this chapel was quite nice, especially the bell tower/spire.
This was a cracking road. I only passed one car on the whole length of it.
I also came upon this memorial for someone who I can only guess was a fiddler. The inscription is in Gaelic, so I only know he croaked it in 1986.
And finally to my destination, the cliffs themselves. It was a stunning day and the Atlantic was absolutely beautiful. The pictures don't do any real justice to the view, but it was lovely to spend a while just looking down and around and chilling out for a while before the retuen journey home.
The Versys was terrific. It returned 61 mpg, was pretty comfortable (although I look forward to Sargent releasing a replacement seat) and a real hoot in many of the switchback turns that I had the pleasure to ride.
All in all, a great day out and one that I'll repeat with some friends in the near future.