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The village of Kilnaboy in County Clare is home to the remains of an interesting medieval church and round tower.
Clare Walking Tours specialise in Single Centre-Self Guided walking tours, holidays and short breaks in the East Clare region, on the shores of the beautiful River Shannon and Lough Derg.
Enjoy a truly spectacular wild advenuture with Nevsail's outdoor climbing courses in the Burren Co Clare.
The Rock Shop and Liscannor Stone Story is an innovative show room and store filled with the earth's natural treasures. The store is located in Liscannor County Clare, on the road to the Cliffs of Moher.
Monks Bar and Restaurant is situated overlooking Galway Bay, in Ballyvaughan. They are well known for their fine seafood and traditional music at weekends.
Choose one from up to 15 introductory skills courses on offer - free camping, free parking, organic food available, music and singing Saturday night.
Sla’s Powerhouse is located in Tulla, County Clare. They have large screens to watch all major sporting events and have live music at the weekend.
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.
Ballymorris Pottery was established in 1994 and is based in Cratloe, County Clare. The workshop sells a variety of colourful domestic ware, individual ceramic art, commemorative plates and ceramic signs. Pottery classes are also available.
Dining room with a view of the Cliffs of Moher. Varied menus compiled daily by chefs. Seafood a speciality. Closed early October to late AprilMonday to Sunday from 18.45 to 21.00Closed Tuesday evenings.
From €50 pp per package
From €118 pps
€15 per adult, €12.50 per child
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