The subsidiary of Clare County Council that operates the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre has revealed that the centre's revenues exceeded €10 million for the first time ever in 2019.
The number of people that visited the cliffs rose 1.57% to a record 1.6 million last year. Of those 1.6 million visitors, 11% were Irish, 30% were American, 8% were German, 6% were French, and, combined, Asian and Australian visitors accounted for 15% of the total number of people who visited the cliffs last year, as reported by The Irish Independent.
The Cliffs of Moher was Ireland's second most popular visitor attraction last year after the Guinness Storehouse, which played host to 1.7 million visitors.
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