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Golden beaches, dramatic cliffs, pleasure lakes, islands, the River Shannon, the Burren GeoPark, and fabulous fun activities – all wrapped up in a warm welcome.


County Clare’s towns and villages have an inviting cosiness. Some have their roots in Celtic monasteries, while others began and grew close to the water’s edge – near lakes, rivers, or along Clare’s Atlantic coastline. TIP: You can filter below by area to seek out places of interest

Located along the Wild Atlantic Way in the horseshoe-shaped Moore Bay, the popular seaside resort of Kilkee is the largest town on County Clare’s Atlantic coastline.

While the town has retained its charming 19th century Victorian atmosphere, it also has all the essential, modern facilities you need to complete your perfect holiday whether you are a looking for relaxation or outdoor adventure.

The 1.5km long International Blue Flag beach is regarded as one of the best and safest bathing locations on Ireland’s west coast, while the magnificent Kilkee Cliffs provide some of the best scenery and walking trails in Clare. Kilkee also is a haven for outdoor adventure enthusiasts with surfing and kayaking lessons available.



IThe Burren & Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark, a fascinating landscape of 36,000 hectares located in North Clare.


As well as being the finest example of a glaciated karst landscape in Europe our Geopark it is home to a very special collection of flora and fauna, an abundance of ancient archaeological sites, and a vibrant local community, working together to enhance your understanding of this special place.


The Burren was awarded ‘UNESCO Global Geopark’ status in recognition of this amazing landscape and our management of this unique heritage. The Burren was also named the Best Place to Holiday Ireland 2022 in The Irish Times’ competition.


ShannonFerry will take you and your vehicle on this memorable 20 minute journey across the estuary linking the iconic tourist destinations of the Banner County of Clare to the Kingdom of Kerry.

This is a lovely experience for visitors who would like a short break in their journey to relax as they sail across the majestic Shannon Estuary. And if you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the dolphins, which in the summer, can sometimes swim so near the ferry, as if just to entertain you.

As the only vehicle ferry trip on the main spine of the Wild Atlantic Way, this invigorating journey allows you experience the rugged nature of land and sea as you breath in the fresh salty sea air that encapsulates Irelands Wild Atlantic Way

Tír na nÓg Pub - Carrowreagh East, Co. Clare, V15 WN32


Murty Browne's Pub - Lissanair, Co. Clare

Traditional style Irish bar ,Craic agus Ceol. 45 Card drive every Monday night from 9.00pm.

The Fisherman Hut - Kilmore, Knock, Co. Clare, V15 C526


Treacys West County Hotel | Ennis.


Hotel Woodstock | Ennis

The Inn At Dromolond


Old Ground Hotel | Ennis

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