Fall in love with the beauty, history and traditional music way out west
Perched 90m above the Atlantic Ocean, Loop Head lighthouse in west Clare has stood guard over this spectacular promontory...
Seafield Beach and pier is located just South West of the village of Quilty, Co Clare.
This route travels through a very diverse and scenic landscape with exceptional views over the countryside.
Sea Angling from the beautiful unspoilt fishing village of Kilbaha on the Loop Head Peninsula.
Go Fishing in Kilrush, County Clare operates a deep sea angling charter boat from this beautifully secluded magnificent...
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been...
The Doonbeg walk is 8.6Km walk and begins at the Kilrush Road. The Slí na Sláinte Map Board is located in the small...
Kilrush Marina, situated in County Clare, on Irelands unspoilt west coast, offers a unique blend of facilities and attractions...
An annual event held in Moyasta to honour the music of three talented musicians from the area - Ellen 'Nell' Galvin,...
Showcasing the traditional musical richness of County Clare and beyond, this festival celebrates the life of set dancer...
From €99.50 per person sharing
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From £99 pps
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From €195.00 per person sharing
€20 per adult, €60 for family and €12 for Children
Tickets: €10. Concessions: €5. 10% group discount also available.
From £275 for a minimum 3 night stay.
From €25 per person
From €1,240 per person (price includes €250 discount)
20 % discount
From £523 for 3 nights
€249.00 per person sharing
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