The Burren/West Clare

  1. Dolphin Discovery Kilrush

    Kilrush, Clare

    Dolphin Discovery in Kilrush, County Clare, offers boat trips to see Ireland’s only resident group of bottlenose dolphins. Dolphins are curious, playful, unpredictable animals, whose charming antics are bound to amaze and delight passengers. Read more

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  2. Scattery Island Centre

    Kilrush, Clare

    The Scattery Island Centre interprets the monastic site on Scattery Island which is 2.5km off the shores of County Clare. The monastery, consisting of a round tower and several churches, was founded by St Senan in the early part of the 6th century. Read more

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  3. The West Clare Railway and Heritage Centre

    Kilrush, Clare

    Visit the famous West Clare Railway, immortalised in song by Percy French. The Heritage Centre is located at the original Moyasta junction station house between Kilrush and Kilkee in County Clare. Read more

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  4. Kilrush Golf Club

    Kilrush, Clare

    The "friendliest golf club in Ireland", this course is set in a beautiful location overlooking the Shannon Estuary. It is playable all year round and offers many excellent holes where water, sand and trees combine to test the golfers skill. Visitors are always welcome and can be assured of a leisurely round of golf away from the cares of the modern world. For information on events, please check with the course or the Golfing Union of Ireland (GUI) website: http://www.gui.ie.
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  5. The Cape Restaurant

    Milltown Malbay, Clare

    The food style combines local and International produce with a flair for adventure.
    Veg. Option. Family friendly. Read more

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  6. Doonbeg River salmon and sea trout

    Doonbeg, Clare

    Doonbeg River is a great salmon and sea trout river in County Claire. It rises in Lissycasey and flows westwards through Cooraclare and Doonbeg to the sea. It gets a small run of spring salmon and a fair run of grilse and sea trout from June. Read more

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  7. Vandeleur Walled Gardens

    Kilrush, Clare

    Near the historic seaside resort of Kilrush, County Clare, discover 170 hectares of once forgotten gardens and woodland that have been restored to their former glory. Vandeleur, named after the local landlords, contains many unusual plants. Read more

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  8. Doonbeg Golf Club

    Doonbeg, Clare

    Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off.

    Chosen for his “least disturbance philosophy,” The Doonbeg golf site was designed by two time British Open Champion Greg Norman. Spanning 1.5 miles of crescent shaped beach and century old sand dunes, the course offers views across the Atlantic from the green, the fairway, or tee of 16 of the 18 holes. Read more

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  9. Shannon Sea Angling

    Kilrush, Clare

    Deep sea angling charter boat operator from Kilrush Harbour.
    ‘Ocean Star’
    26 ft. Fastworker
    200 HP Volvo 2 Drive
    6-8 Persons
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  10. Tides Bistro

    Spanish Point, Clare

    Located within the Bellbridge House Hotel in the village of Spanish Point, County Clare, Tides Bistro offers an extensive menu, served in an intimate and friendly environment. Read more

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