Wild Atlantic Way - Clare to Kerry

  1. Burren in Bloom

    Burren, Clare

    The Burren in Bloom Festival features a series of illustrated talks and organised walks throughout the month of May. Read more

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  2. The Burren Rocks

    Burren, Clare

    The Burren Rocks combines adventure with geology and the landscape. Get immersed in all that is the Burren -cycle it, hike it, kayak it, climb it, explore it and come along to find out why the Burren Rocks! Read more

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  3. The Burren Garden Festival

    Burren, Clare

    Come to the Burren and explore eight unique and beautiful gardens in the region, with guided tours and daily events. Read more

  4. Burren Winterage Weekend

    Burren, Clare

    The Burren people come together to highlight the region's fascinating farming heritage through inclusive and original community events. Read more

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  5. Burren Tolkien Festival

    Burren, Clare

    A celebration of the Burren and its influence on the great novelist JRR Tolkien. Explore the landscape and follow in Tolkien's footprints - uncover the world of Middle Earth. Read more

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  6. Glencarrig

    Carrigaholt, Clare

    Glencarrig is a farmhouse B & B run by the Aston family. It overlooks the Shannon Estuary and has wonderful views of the sea and the Kerry mountains. Mary, your host, will give you a warm and friendly welcome and ensure you have an enjoyable stay. The farmhouse has 4 en-suite bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin and 2 family rooms (1 double & 1 single). A sitting room, games room and patio are also available for guest use. Read more

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  7. Loop Head Lightkeepers' House

    Kilbaha, Clare

    Loop Head Lighthouse station is the major landmark on the northern shore of the Shannon River and only 5km from Kilbaha Village, County Clare. The surrounding coastline is of a dramatic character with cliffs and caves. Read more

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  8. Green Acres Caravan and Camping Park

    Kilkee, Clare

    Green Acres is located mid-route, and directly on the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ at Doonaha, which is in the hearth of the beautiful E.D.E.N. (European Destination of Excellence 2010) award winning, Loop Head Peninsula. Read more

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  9. The Strand

    Kilkee, Clare

    Situated on the "Loop Head Peninsula" in Kilkee, County Clare, overlooking the tempestuous Atlantic Ocean, in one of the most westerly seaside resorts in Europe, The Strand is renowned for its hospitality and cuisine. Read more

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  10. Myles Creek

    Kilkee, Clare

    Myles Creek is a family run guesthouse, bar, off licence and nightclub. Situated on the main street of the west Clare seaside town of Kilkee. Read more

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