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Thatched restaurant overlooking Spanish Point beach. Dinner from 6pm. Locally sourced ingredients prepared creatively...
Perched 90m above the Atlantic Ocean, Loop Head lighthouse in west Clare has stood guard over this spectacular promontory...
This route travels through a very diverse and scenic landscape with exceptional views over the countryside.
Kilkee Farmers Market takes place on Sundays from 10am to 2pm during the months of May to September in Kilkee, County...
The Kilrush Slí route is 4.6km and begins at the Town Hall, Market Square.
Green's Cottage Handmade Chocolate Truffles is a cottage industry. Chocolate products made with Belgian couverture chocolate,...
Kilkee Beach is located in the town of Kilkee, County Clare. It is a cresent shaped beach of golden sand.
Boat trips to Scattery Island depart from Kilrush Marina during the summer season. There is a small visitor centre on...
Annual Summer School with modules focused on art, philosophy & nature, delivered by professor, artist, author, and habitat...
A jam packed weekend of Swing, Dixie, Latin and Jazz, with a total of 25 performances from the best of bands from Europe,...
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...
A week-long Summer School of Irish traditional music, song and dance, comprising tuition, lectures, recitals, concerts,...
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