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Quin Historical Cycling and Walking Tours offer a historical adventure on bike or foot through the Quin area, visiting pre-celtic, celtic, medieval and vicotiran sites. Guided and self guided tours available.
The Killimer Slí na Sláinte, which starts at the Colleen Bawn memorial is approximately 5km in length.
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.
Go Cycle Ireland offer you organised biking tours in many shapes, sizes, lengths and intensity. They are located at the Sixmilebridge, County Clare.
Nelly's is a café by day and restaurant by night with a second story to cater for larger groups. Offering Barrista coffee, a range of lunch and dinner options as well as a wide variety of homemade deserts.
StoneCutters Kitchen is over one hundred years old, a traditional, stone built cottage, with a flag stone roof, which has been tastefully transformed into a cosy, unique and family friendly restaurant.
Shannon Ferry will take you and your vehicle on a 20 minute journey across the estuary linking Clare to Kerry. The ferry leaves Killimer (Clare) every hour on the hour and Tarbert (Kerry) every hour on the half hour.
Bunratty Power Boat School operates from Bunratty, Co Clare.
Burren Fine Wine & Food specialise in summer lunches, afternoon tea, eco guided and self guided cycling and walking trips, packed lunches and bike hire . Sitatued on the N67 about 2 miles south of Ballyvaughan village.
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€15 per adult, €12.50 per child
If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com