Burren National Park

  1. The Burren - Agriculture

    Burren National Park, Clare

    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. Read more

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  2. Mullaghmore Experience Walks

    Burren National Park, Clare

    Mullaghmore heritage walking trails are based south east of Mullaghmore in the Burren National Park. Read more

  3. Burren Monuments

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren has been aptly described as one 'vast memorial to bygone cultures', and must surely count as one of the best-preserved and broadly representative archaeological landscapes in Europe. Read more

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  4. The Burren - Flora and Fauna

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren in County Clare is a botanist's paradise, a landscape truly blessed with one of the most diverse and beautiful floras in Ireland. 635 different plant species (including 22 of Irelands's 27 native orchids) have been recorded here. Read more

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  5. The Burren Way

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren Way is a 123km linear walking trail (including East Burren Loop and links to Lisdoonvarna and Ballyvaughan) located in the Burren area of North Clare. Read more

  6. The Burren

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren in County Clare is a karstic plateau, a stony chaos to the casual observer with a full assemblage of the curious landforms that characterise such limestone landscapes. Read more

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  7. The Burren Monuments

    Burren National Park, Clare

    The Burren in County Clare has been aptly described as one 'vast memorial to bygone cultures', and must surely count as one of the best-preserved and broadly representative archaeological landscapes in Europe. Read more

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