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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 Green Room Surf Shop and School

Local Tip If you contact The Green Room before you arrive, ask for Debbie or Stuart and they will give you a price for your group including all equipment. Saves you carrying all that extra luggage!!

Local Tip

Doolin Cave

Local Tip You should plan for a full day out when visiting the cave as the area has a lot of attractions, including The Cliffs of Moher and The Aran Islands.

Local Tip

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Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquets

Bunratty Castle plays host to medieval banquets throughout the year, where guests are treated to an evening of fantastic entertainment by the world famous Bunratty singers and a sumptuous meal. more »

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Goosers' Bar & Restaurant

Gooser's is nestled on the banks of the Shannon in Ballina, and along with excellent food, it offers panoramic views of the Shannon and Co. Clare. Owned and operated by Fidelma and Thomas Andrews ( more »

County Clare Photos

Cottage, Spanish Point

Cottage, Spanish Point

Crannóg Quin

Crannóg Quin

Cliffs Loop Head

Cliffs Loop Head

3rd. Green, Ennis Golf Club

3rd. Green, Ennis Golf Club

O'Connell Monument. Photo A. O'Loughlin

O'Connell Monument. Photo A. O'Loughlin

Crannóg, Quin

Crannóg, Quin

St. Brendan's Boat, Craggaunowen, Quin

St. Brendan's Boat, Craggaunowen, Quin

The Burren

The Burren

Craggaunowen Castle, Quin

Craggaunowen Castle, Quin

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