Crashing seas. Sheer drops. Huge black cliffs... Harry Potter meets the Cliffs of Moher
Big-wave surfers show no limits with one of the world’s most terrifying waves...
StoneCutters Kitchen is over one hundred years old, a traditional, stone built cottage, with a flag stone roof, which...
The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare are one of Ireland’s most important bird-breeding sites. The Cliffs hold one of...
A family run business offering excellent deep sea fishing or a visit to all three Aran Islands, operating out of Liscannor,...
The Rock Shop and Liscannor Stone Story is an innovative show room and store filled with the earth's natural treasures....
Gus O'Connors Pub is one of the most famous pubs in Ireland and is located in the centre of the beautiful town of Doolin,...
e-whizz offers electric bike tours and hire in the Burren and Connemara. They are based in Kilfenora, near Ennistymon,...
Doolin Rent a Bike is located in Doolin, County Clare. They offer rental on various bikes in a range of sizes and includes...
This traditional festival has become one of the most eagerly awaited dates on Ireland’s festival calendar as the streets...
Sunday Special General Admission (Only Valid for 13 August): Family (Family Of 6, max 2 adults + 4 kids aged 4-16) for €55
From €590 per package.
£30 for adults and £20 under 16's
From €160 per person sharing.
from EUR 1,495 per person
From €462.00 per person sharing.
From £230 for 2 nights
£165 for two adults in bespoke accommodation and dining in Finn Lough Resort and Kitchen.
From £1118 per person sharing
From €1,400 pps - group rates avalable
£50 0ff all van rentals when booked using code FB50
From £995 per week
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