Clare

  1. Michael Cusack Centre

    Carran, Clare

    Learn about the founder of the GAA, Michael Cusack, born in 1847. The centre, located in his home village of Carron in the centre of the Burren, opened in 2006 to coincide with the centenary of his death. Read more

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  2. The Music Makers of West Clare

    Milltown Malbay, Clare

    The Music Makers of West Clare, visitor attraction located in Miltown Malbay brings together the story of culture, heritage and traditional music. Learn the story behind the music and view “The Session”. Read more

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  3. Red Cliff Lodge - No 6

    Spanish Point, Clare

    Red Cliff Lodge is a beautiful property with six luxury suites, which are available for self-catering or B&B options. Situated overlooking the beach in Spanish Point, County Clare, the lodge also has a lovely sun lounge and restaurant. Read more

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  4. Atlantic Airventure

    Shannon, Clare

    Atlantic Air Venture Aviation Centre, located within the environs of Shannon Airport, is the place to indulge your
    curiosity about flying through a mix of past and present aviation wonders. Read more

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  5. FisHerman

    Killaloe, Clare

    FisHerman is owned by fishing enthusiast Herman, an experienced angling guide for pike on Lough Derg and the east Clare lakes. Fisherman is located in Killaloe, County Clare. Read more

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  6. Shannon View

    Ennis, Clare

    In the scenic village of Kildysart in County Clare is the family run Shannon View B&B. They offer three spacious apartments each decorated to the highest standard with pine furniture throughout. The apartments can also be self-catering. Read more

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  7. Lahinch Art Gallery

    Lahinch, Clare

    Lahinch Art Gallery at Kenny's Woolen Mills features Irish art by Irish artists. It provides an outlet for aspiring Irish artists. Read more

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  8. Whitestrand Doonbeg Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Doonbeg, Clare

    Whitestrand Doonbeg is famous for its white sand that frames magnificent coastal scenery. This sandy beach is located 2.5km west of the village of Doonbeg off the N67 road. Read more

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  9. Lahinch Seaworld & Leisure Centre

    Lahinch, Clare

    Enjoy a fun-filled day at this weather-independent facility set in one of Ireland's most famous family seaside resorts, Lahinch. While visitng, explore marine life in the Atlantic Aquarium, all under one roof. Read more

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  10. Mollys

    Killaloe, Clare

    Mollys Bar and Restaurant, which was formerly an RIC police station dating back to 1829, is now renowned for its food, drinks, friendly atmosphere and lively traditional and modern music sessions. Read more

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