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  1. Cahermurphy Loop Walk

    Feakle, Clare

    Cahermurphy, (Cathair mhurchu In Irish), Lough Graney and its environs is an unspoilt area of natural beauty. Read more

  2. Pier 17

    Shannon, Clare

    Pier 17 is located inside Shannon’s Oak Wood Arms Hotel, County Clare. They offer an exciting menu, blending natural & fresh ingredients with an impressive setting to provide the ultimate dining experience. Read more

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  3. Clare Language Centre

    Ennis, Clare

    Founded in 1992, the Clare Language Centre gives students the opportunity to learn English in small groups, or on a one-to-one basis. We are a Department of Education recognised English language school and BTEC Business Studies College.
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  4. Burren Bike

    Ballyvaughan, Clare

    Burren Bike is located in Ballyvaughan, County Clare. Cyclists can have a truly memorable time in this magical spot, discovering The Burren and seeing the surrounding area. Read more

  5. Cliffs of Moher - Wild Atlantic Way

    Liscannor, Clare

    The Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland's top visitor attractions, loom high over County Clare's west coast. Read more

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  6. The Shannon Estuary Drive

    Bunratty, Clare

    The scenic drive along the N69 takes you from Limerick City to North Kerry following the southern coastline of the Shannon Estuary, a magnificent stretch of tidal water. Read more

  7. Wild Honey Inn

    Lisdoonvarna, Clare

    Wild Honey Inn is a family run inn located in the Burren region of County Clare in the town of Lisdoonvarna. It has an award winning bar/restaurant serving local, free-range and organic food. Read more

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  8. Tulla Stables Artists Studios

    Tulla, Clare

    The Tulla Stables Artists Studios, in Tulla County Clare, are home to a number of Clare artists, craft workers and designers. Regular Exhibitions are held at The Tulla Stables Studios and they are open all year round. Read more

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  9. Art at the Park

    Scarriff, Clare

    Art at The Park: Courses with Julie Douglas for adults in drawing, life drawing, portraiture,botanical painting,water colours, oils and landscape. Childrens classes and art for teenagers. Tailor-made painting weekends and weekly classes. Intensive Portfolio Courses for college entry. Something for everyone, in a beautiful studio with lovely views. Calm, relaxing and fun. Killanena is set in the rolling hills surrounding Lough Graney, a quiet, unspoilt corner off the tourist trail. Art at The Park is a tranquil, calm and creative environment. Once you leave the main road the countryside opens up and takes your breath away, surprising you with the gorgeous views. When you've parked the car and got out to take in the stillness, you'll know you've truly arrived. Art classes are small, friendly and relaxed. Julie is a gentle, encouraging teacher. You won't feel intimidated in her class, but instead, you'll be amazed at how good your own work is by the end of the day. You'll be inspired, motivated and feeling better about yourself. Art at The Park also offers a selection of courses with carefully chosen visiting tutors including papier mache workshops, basket weaving, photography and oil painting. This year we are delighted to offer some musical evenings too ('Music from the artists house'), featuring well known local musicians. Read more

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  10. Burren Peaks Weekend of Walking Festival

    Ballyvaughan, Clare

    Hosted by The Ballyvaughan Fanore Walking Club, the festival weekend promises you a real taste of the Burren. Enjoy guided hill and lowland walks, varying in distance and grade to cater for walkers of... Read more

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