Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland
Cliffs of Moher

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 Lodge at Doonbeg

Local Tip Take time to enjoy one of the best Championship Golf courses in Ireland.

Local Tip

Knappogue Castle Medieval Banquets

Local Tip This is a great night to relax and travel back in time, if you would like to enjoy the local mead make sure to bring a driver!

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Cracking Easter

Cracking Easter

20 Apr - 21 Apr

Top Visitor Attractions Promise ‘Cracking’ Easter Events Eggs-tra value as family ticket valid for two major events this Easter A feast of family fun is planned at two top Co. Clare visitor attractions this Easter. Craggaunowen and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park are planning cracking Easter entertainment for all the family to... more »

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Shannon Ferries

Shannon Ferries provides quick 20-minute ferry-hops across the Shannon Estuary. The service operates every hour between Killimer on the hour and Tarbert on the half hour. more »

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Shannon Ferries

Shannon Ferries provides quick 20-minute ferry-hops across the Shannon Estuary. The service operates every hour between Killimer on the hour and Tarbert on the half hour. more »

County Clare Photos

Bunratty Folk Park

Bunratty Folk Park

Crannóg, Quin

Crannóg, Quin

Quin Abbey, Quin Co. Clare

Quin Abbey, Quin Co. Clare

Craggaunowen Castle, Quin

Craggaunowen Castle, Quin

Durty Nellies

Durty Nellies

Ballyalla, Ennis Co. Clare

Ballyalla, Ennis Co. Clare

Tulla Co. Clare

Tulla Co. Clare

River Shannon, Killaloe

River Shannon, Killaloe

Celtic Cross, Tulla

Celtic Cross, Tulla

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