Things to do in Co Clare
Burren Geo ParkThe Burren Geopark is a unique and alluring landscape with outstanding geological heritage, vibrant villages and thriving communities.
Spectacular WalksWhether it’s a short hike with the family or a day-long challenge you’re after it’s easy to see why Co. Clare is a must-visit for walkers.
Cliffs of MoherThe 700ft Cliffs of Moher are Irelands premier Tourist attraction, stretching for 14 kilometers along the Wild Atlantic.
Carrigaholt Dolphin WatchIreland's greatest river opens out to the Atlantic Ocean at Carrigaholt on the Loop Head Peninsula, Co.Clare, home to Europe's largest group of Bottlenose Dolphins
Burren PerfumeryThe Burren Perfumery is a small, west of Ireland-based company making cosmetics and perfumes inspired by the landscape of the surrounding Burren Region.
Doolin CavesThe award-winning Doolin Cave and visitor centre is home to the 7.3m long Great Stalactite.
Bunratty Castle & Folk ParkBunratty Castle & Folk Park is one of Ireland's most historic castles on the west coast of Ireland.
Ailwee Caves & Bird of Prey CentreAillwee Cave and its Birds of Prey Centre is a very special place in the heart of the Burren.
Kayak Tours & RentalFun adventures for individuals or groups on tranquil lakes or along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Loop Head LighthouseLoop Head Lighthouse is perched right at the end of Loop Head Peninsula in stunning West Clare
Knappogue Castle & CraggaunowenA wondering 15th century restored Medievel Tower House plus a 16th century castle and archaeological open air museum in Co Clare
Aran Island Day TripThe Rugged Aran Islands lie Just Outside Galway Bay and just miles from the Clare coast and the Cliffs of Moher on the West coast of Ireland.
Scattery IslandSt Senan, built his monastery in the early sixth century. It included a mighty round tower, which at 36 metres is one of the tallest in Ireland.