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The University of Limerick Activity Centre is the home of high quality adventurous school tours in the Mid-West, in Killaloe, County Clare. ULAC pride themselves on safe, fun and educational activity sessions for students.
Farm Heritage Tours is a group of farmers who have come together to interpret their land and promote traditions. By going on their walks you will learn how nature, culture and farming have shaped the Burren as you see it today.
The Kilrush Slí route is 4.6km and begins at the Town Hall, Market Square.
Bofey Quinns is a family run bar and restaurant in Corofin, County Clare. Guests can enjoy a varied menu with award winning dishes in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
Bens Surf Clinic is the top Lahinch surf school offering lessons and courses for the beginner surfer right through to advanced levels.
The Tea and Garden Rooms are an award winning restaurant serving fine foods using only the freshest ingredients from their gardens and local suppliers. The restaurant is located in Ballyvaughan, in the heart of the Burren, Co. Clare.
Sep 12 2014 - Sep 14 2014
A weekend of walks in the heart of the Burren, led by members of The Ballyvaughan Fanore Walking Club.
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.
Nevsail Watersports in Kilkee, County Clare provides training courses in sailing, surfing, windsurfing, rock-climbing, power boating, coasteering, kayaking, canoeing and in the current craze stand up paddle boarding to children and adults alike.
The Cliffs of Moher on the west coast in County Clare are one of the most iconic Irish attractions that offer stunning views of Atlantic cliffs and coastline. The adjacent Visitor Centre hosts the Atlantic Edge exhibition and Puffins Nest café.
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If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com