County Clare Tourism Guide

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Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher
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Doolin County Clare

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The Burren
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Bunratty Castle
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County Clare

County Clare know as the Banner county is situated on the West Coast of Ireland on the world famous Wild Atlantic Way The Magnificent Cliffs of Moher One of Europe’s outstanding coastal features, where the giant, rugged coastline rises to nearly 700 feet of sheer cliff above the Atlantic Ocean. O’Brien’s Tower, which was constructed in the early 19th century as a viewing point for Victorian tourists, is located on Moher’s highest cliff.

From its exceptional vantage position you can view the coastline, the Aran Islands and mountains as far apart as Kerry and Connemara.

Clare is renowed for its wonderful Burren area, rich in unusual floura and fauna as well as being a great walking area. Clare has to be visited also for the wonder that is the Cliffs of Moher and its breath taking views. Stop off at the Burren Smokehouse for some souvenir’s and Irish produce to take home with you. Close to the Burren area also is the stone fort at Caherconnell and the portal tomb at Poulnabrone

Ferry boats operate Boat Trips to the Aran islands and Cliff of Moher from Doolin. Why not Rent a Car at Shannon Airport and tour the The Wild Atlantic Way.

Clare county has lots of great walking area’s on scenic route by it hill or coastal routes and for the golfers there are courses such as Dromoland Castle Golf Club, Kilkee, Doonbeg and the links at Lahinch. Enjoy a nights theatre at Glór Theatre. Or you might be lucky to come across a traditional Irish music session, with Doolin, Milton Malbay, Ballyvaughan and Quilty being some prime traditional Irish music area’s.

Here you will find some of the best accommodation in Ireland, where you can choose form Hotels, Bedand Breakfasts and Self catering Holiday Cottages

The Cliffs of Moher stand over 200m above the Atlantic – some of the highest cliffs in Europe. Their scale and beauty can only be truly appreciated when viewed from sea level. Our cruise will take you on a voyage of discovery along this 8km shoreline of the Cliffs of Moher – truly an experience not to be missed! Also trips to the Aran Islands

Clare is a county which has lots of festivals especially throughout the Summer months such as Bridgetown Show in July a great family day out in Clare, Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking festival, Shannonside Winter Music Festival in January and Feakle International Traditional Music Festival held in August..

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