Clarecastle

  1. Clare Abbey

    Clarecastle, Clare

    The abbey at Clarecastle, County Clare was founded by Donal Mor O'Brien for the Augustinian Canons in 1189. In 1278, it was the scene of a great slaughter in the strife among the various factions of the O’Brien family. Lire la suite

  2. imecofarm – Clare’s first Eco-Farm

    Clarecastle, Clare

    ‘imecofarm’ is a charming, fun, living and breathing eco-workshop and exhibition set in 100 acres of peaceful countryside. Perfect for children imecofarm, is a located near Clarecastle along the Fergus estuary in County Clare. Lire la suite

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  3. Imecofarm

    Clarecastle, Clare

    Imecofarm, the first renewable energy and eco centre in Ireland, is an idyllic place to visit and learn about wildlife, nature, renewable energy and eco crafts. It is situated off the M18, near the village of Clarecastle, County Clare. Lire la suite

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  4. Imecofarm

    Clarecastle, Clare

    Imecofarm, the first renewable energy and eco centre in Ireland, is an idyllic place to visit and learn about wildlife, nature, renewable energy and eco crafts. It is situated off the M18, near the village of Clarecastle, County Clare. Lire la suite

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  5. Oak Ancestry

    Clarecastle, Clare

    Oak Ancestry provide a professional web based research service at a competitive rate for anyone with Irish ancestry. Their Family Research Reports are beautifully presented and also make for an exciting and unique gift. Lire la suite

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  6. The Castle Antique Arts & Craft Centre

    Clarecastle, Clare

    The Castle Antiques, Arts & Craft Centre comprising of over 5,000 Sq Ft of shopping space allows the visitor an exclusive opportunity to browse and amble through the floors and halls of this unique Centre. Lire la suite

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  7. Go Gaelic

    Clarecastle, Clare

    Want to get a taste of real Irish culture? Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to go native for a day and experience Gaelic Games, Ireland’s ancient sports of Hurling and Gaelic Football on a fun level in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way. Lire la suite

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