The Burren is an area of spectacularly shaped limestone hills, which plunge down into the Atlantic ocean on the west coast of Ireland.
The Burren is a ‘UNESCO World Heritage Area’
It is famous for it’s wildflowers and botanists from all over the world come to the Burren to see the wide range of orchids as well as all the other wild flowers.
There are relatively few people living in the Burren and the landscape has not changed much in the past thousand years.
Pristine Burren natural landscapes, with ‘Expansive horizons’