Peer over the mighty cliffs of the west, one of Ireland's classic sights
Doonbeg River is a great salmon and sea trout river in County Claire. It rises in Lissycasey and flows westwards through...
Cappagh Pier was one of the most important factors in the development of Kilrush. The oldest section near the shore...
This route travels through a very diverse and scenic landscape with exceptional views over the countryside.
Spanish Point village is located on the R482 road between Miltown Malbay and Quilty, has a beautiful long sandy beach...
The Music Makers of West Clare, visitor attraction located in Miltown Malbay brings together the story of culture, heritage...
The Holistic Therapy Centre has many therapists working at the centre, all qualified to the highest international standard...
One of Clare's most scenic drives takes you around Loop Head Peninsula, the county's most southwesterly point. The cliff...
"Kilrush in Landlord Times" tells the story of Kilrush from its establishment as an estate town by the Vandeleur landlords...
This week-long summer school of Irish traditional music, song and dance is perfect for lovers of music, history, and...
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