County Clare

Located between the River Shannon and the Atlantic Ocean, County Clare fits the bill of what tourists expect and hope to see in Ireland.

Known as "The Banner County", due to the involvement of the people of County Clare in the 1706 Battle of Ramillies, County Clare is steeped in history and tradition.

County Clare is renowned for it's landscape with the wild Atlantic on it's west side and the magnificent river Shannon on it's east side. The Burren and the Cliffs of Moher are located in this county and receive many visitors throughout the year. The town of Ennis is known as the music capital of the world and musicians throng from around the world in order to partake in the song and dance.

Some of the visitor attractions around County Clare

Burren National Park  -  Corofin

Ennis Friary  -  Ennis

Bunratty Castle  -  Bunratty

Kilkee Waterworld  -  Kilkee

A selection of festivals occurring in County Clare

June   Killaloe Chamber Music Festival  -  Killaloe

April   Easter Eggstravaganza  -  Liscannor

January   Shannonside Winter Music Weekend  -  Bunratty

July   Feile Brian Boru  -  Killaloe

Selection From Accommodation Listings

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An Tigh Beag , Castlegregory

The property is located in Glanteenassig valley beside the well known forest park. It is 3km from Aughacasla village and 6km from Castlegregory village.An Tigh Beag has 2 bedrooms and can accommodate 6 people

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Finglas House, Camp

Finglas House is a modern family run bed and breakfast located in the centre of Camp Village along the Dingle Peninsula.Scenically located overlooking Tralee Bay on the Dingle Way Walking Route.An ideal location for a touring or walking holiday.

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Kellihers B&B, Castlegregory

Kellihers B&B is situated in Castlegregory Village on the Dingle Peninsula, a perfect location in a peaceful setting on the Dingle Way Walking Route.All bedrooms are en suite with television and tea making facilities ...



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