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Doolin Beer Festival features Ireland's best craft beers from micro-breweries around the country, great Irish artisan food and cracking live bands. 2015 will see even more beers, more food and a lot more...
This route travels through a very diverse and scenic landscape with exceptional views over the countryside.
Dysert Castle is situated in a tranquil setting with close proximity to St Tola's 12th century High Cross.
Sla’s Powerhouse is located in Tulla, County Clare. They have large screens to watch all major sporting events and have live music at the weekend.
Many visitors to the Burren in County Clare are surprised to learn that these rugged hills are home to several hundred farm families, and that these families continue a long and illustrious tradition of farming in this rocky kingdom.
McGann’s serve traditional Irish food all day long from 12pm till 9.30pm, with breakfast served from 10am to 12 noon. Live trad music nightly from 9.30pm to 12 midnight.
A summer-long programme of food events taking place in villages and towns on the shores of Lough Derg in counties Clare, Galway and Tipperary. From BBQs to beekeeping there's something for everyone to...
Craggaunowen is Ireland’s original pre-historic park. Situated near Quin village in County Clare, the 50 acre award winning site is also home to the Brendan Boat, the leather hulled vessel that was sailed across the Atlantic by Tim Severin.
The Roadside Tavern is home of fantastic traditional and contemporary music, locally sourced organic food prepared by Kieran's Kitchen and fine micro-brewery beers out of the Burren Brewery.
The abbey at Clarecastle, County Clare was founded by Donal Mor O'Brien for the Augustinian Canons in 1189. In 1278, it was the scene of a great slaughter in the strife among the various factions of the O’Brien family.
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