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A beautifully restored 16th century tower house with unique architectural features. Newtown nature trail, a 1,300m walk around The Burren, is adjacent to the castle.
Aillwee Cave is a superb show cave near the mystical Burren area of north County Clare. The cave, with its nearby birds of prey centre and farm shop, is located south of Ballyvaughan on the R480.
The walks cover the geology, botany and history of the Burren while exploring the region on foot.
The waters off the Clare coast are among the most productive sea angling grounds in Europe. The many piers along the coastline and rocky ledges, interspersed with lengthy stretches of sandy beaches, provide great shore fishing.
Cahercommaun Stone Fort is set dramatically on the edge of a steep valley near Ballyvaughan, in County Clare.
Carran Medieval Church, found in County Clare, is a fine example of a medieval parish. The structure is located in the village of Carran, about 30km from Ennis.
Gleninagh Castle is an L-shaped tower rom the 16th century. The O’Loughlins occupied the castle up till 1840 and it can be found in Ballyvaughan, County Clare.
Poulnabrone, in a field beside the Corofin-Ballyvaughan road, is one of Ireland’s most photographed dolmens. Late Stone Age (4th millennium BC).
Found near the town of Ennis in County Clare, Temple Cronan Early Christian Church was dedicated to St Cronan of Roscrea, or Tuamgraney.
Quinn's Craftshop, located on the main street of the unspoilt village of Ballyvaughan, County Clare stocks books, clothing, jewellery, music, perfume, prints and quality souvenirs.
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