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County Clare

County Clare is a must-see when in Ireland. Considered by many to be the home of Irish music as well as the moonscapes of The Burren, Lough Derg and the Cliffs of Moher, it has lots to offer.
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The Irish Shop .com

Local Tip There are more treasures here than a casual browse will uncover. Take your time to stroll around the shop and if you need some help ask for Eileen or David.

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Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquets

Local Tip Be prepared to let yourself go and enjoy living as it used to be many centuries ago!

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Doolin Cave

The Great Stalactite is one of Ireland's true natural wonders. This is a great opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite. more »

Virtual Tours

Ennis Golf Club

Located on the west side of Ennis and just 30 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean Ennis Golf Course offers a challenge no matter what your handicap. Founded in 1907 the course is well established. more »

County Clare Photos

O'Connell St. Photo A. O'Loughlin

O'Connell St. Photo A. O'Loughlin

Mid Clare Way

Mid Clare Way

Celtic Cross, Tulla

Celtic Cross, Tulla

Crannóg Quin

Crannóg Quin

Mullagh Mór. THe Burren

Mullagh Mór. THe Burren

The Fair at Spancilhill

The Fair at Spancilhill

Walled Gardens, Knappogue Castle, Quin

Walled Gardens, Knappogue Castle, Quin

Cliffs Loop Head

Cliffs Loop Head

O'Connell Monument. Photo A. O'Loughlin

O'Connell Monument. Photo A. O'Loughlin

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