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  1. Caherconnell Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

    Carran, Clare

    Visit Caherconnell Stone Fort, a 1,500 year old structure in the Burren near Carron, County Clare. The visitor centre presents Ireland's first virtual tour of a stone fort, complete with details of both its history and dweller's lives. Read more

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  2. 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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  3. Corcomroe Cistercian Abbey

    Ballyvaughan, Clare

    Corcomroe Cistercian Abbey is located near Bell Harbour in County Clare. The abbey is known as Sancta Maria de Petra Fertili, or St Mary of the Fertile Rock, which is appropriate for its location near the head of a lush limestone valley. Read more

  4. Spanish Point Blue Flag Beach 2015

    Spanish Point, Clare

    Spanish Point has a beautiful long sandy beach within a sheltered location makes it a family friendly shore, perfect for shelling and sandcastle-building. Read more

  5. The Burren Centre

    Kilfenora, Clare

    The Burren Centre introduces visitors to the stunning sights and ancient mysteries which await discovery in this unspoiled and unique corner of Ireland. Located in the County Clare village of Kilfenora, at the junction of the R476 and R481. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. Toureen House

    Ennis, Clare

    This three story house lay in ruins for over one hundred years until it was restored in 2002. It is now a comfortable family home. Read more

  8. Tuamgraney Church

    Tuamgraney, Clare

    St Cronan, abbot of Clonmacnoise, founded this church in Tuamgraney, County Clare in the 10th century. Today, it houses the East Clare Heritage Centre. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Temple Cronan Early Christian Church

    Ballyvaughan, Clare

    Found near the town of Ennis in County Clare, Temple Cronan Early Christian Church was dedicated to St Cronan of Roscrea, or Tuamgraney. Read more

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