Carron, County Clare

Carron - Cairn - Mound of Stones

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Location of Carron

Carron Village is located in the West of Ireland in County Clare. Situated in the heart of the Burren Region of County Clare.


History of Carron

Carron is steeped in history with ancient archeology to be seen everywhere around the area. The sites include the megalithic tombs such as Poulnabrone Dolmen and the Celtic sites such as Caherconnell Stone Fort. These rich finds show that the area has been lived in since ancient times.

Carron Visitor Attractions

Caherconnell Stone Fort - Carron

Carron Festivals

Transport

Shannon Airport is the closest airport to Carron Village - 52km. Click here for details on Irish Airports.

A train service operates to Ennis Town (28km from Carron). Timetables can be viewed by logging onto Irish Rail web site

There is no bus service directly to Carron. Timetables can be viewed by logging onto Bus Eireann web site

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