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  1. Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb

    Carran, Clare

    Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb, in Carran County Clare, dates around 2500BC. It lies close to Ballyvaughan in the beautiful Burren area. Read more

  2. Loop Head Lighthouse

    Loop Head, Clare

    Perched 90m above the Atlantic Ocean, Loop Head lighthouse in west Clare has stood guard over this spectacular promontory for over 340 years. Read more

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  3. Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort, near Newmarket-on-fergus in County Clare, was built at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age around 950 BC and is one of the biggest such forts in Ireland. Read more

  4. Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park

    Liscannor, Clare

    Beautifully situated overlooking Liscannor Bay, Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park is an environmental award-winning visitor farm close to Ennistymon, Lahinch, Liscannor and Doolin, in County Clare. Read more

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  5. Doon Forest

    Broadford, Clare

    Doon is located about 3.5 km north west of Broadford in County Clare. This extensive woodland was one of the noted tourist attractions of 19th century Clare. Read more

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  6. Fanore Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Fanore, Clare

    Fanore Beach is located in Fanore, County Clare and is a fine beach and extensive sand dune system. It is a popular bathing place. Read more

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  7. Ballyhannan Castle

    Quin, Clare

    Ballyhannan Castle is a beautifully restored castle, of massive stone walls and crafted stout oak reconstruction. It is located in Quin, County Clare and is available for hire for private functions. Read more

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  8. The Russell Gallery

    Newquay, Clare

    The Russell Gallery and Studio is situated in Newquay, overlooking Galway Bay on the beautiful coastline of the Burren in County Clare. The Russell Gallery is dedicated, mainly but not only, to fine art. Read more

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  9. Leamaneh Castle

    Kilfenora, Clare

    Leamaneh Castle is a 5-storey tower house which is located between Corofin and Kilfenora in County Clare. It was built about 1480 and is thought to have been built by Toirdelbhach Donn MacTadhg O’Briain, King of Thomond. Read more

  10. White Strand /Miltown Malbay Beach

    Milltown Malbay, Clare

    Miltown Malbay is also known as White Strand Beach and is a relatively small, sandy beach with a rocky shoreline. It is located in the west of County Clare. Read more

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