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Best of County Clare

It is all there, in County Clare

Discover County Clare

Clare on the West of Ireland has a jaw-dropping coast carved by the roaring Atlantic, it is an otherworldly place, full of legends and natural beauty.  Venture through the seaside towns in West Clare from Doolin to Kilkee and Lisdoonvarna. Hike hidden trails through stunning landscapes and cruise the majestic Shannon at Killaloe. Enjoy traditional music, legendary pubs, Bunratty Castle and famous restaurants with menus sourced from nearby farms.

Ennis is the capital town of the most glorious county in Ireland and there is so much to do and see, from exploring the Wild Atlantic Way to taking in the mystical landscape of the Burren for more information visit Ennis.


See all that Clare has to offer

There is so much to do in this beautiful county, here is a list of popular attractions, that you should add to your list!

Stay for a while in County Clare for a truly unique cultural experience in a remarkable natural environment. All your senses will be sated with a surfeit of delights; an ancient landscape, an abundance of locally-produced food, music to rouse and restore, sights to astound and people as warm and graceful as the landscape they inhabit.County Clare is renowned as a stronghold of traditional music, there are great festivals, delicious food and fantastic historical sites. Below, we will explore with you some of the top Clare tourist attractions. No matter what your interests, there will be plenty of places for you to visit to have a great time.


Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is Ireland’s most authentic and complete medieval Castle. Its 19th century Folk Park is the largest open-air museum in Ireland.

Bunratty Castle’s world famous nightly medieval banquets offer a unique entertainment experience. From our fairy village to our wonderful farm animals, from our famous homemade apple pie to our delicious scones in our Bunratty Tea Room a world of adventure awaits for visitors to enjoy.


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Bunratty castle at dusk
Loop Head Lighthouse, County Clare
Loop Head

Loop Head

Panoramic views of dramatic rugged coastline, wild seas, and big sky await. Take a guided tour of the Lighthouse – climbing up the tower and going out onto the balcony. Weather permitting – you will be able to see south as far as the Blasket Islands, and north to the Twelve Pins in Connemara, along the Wild Atlantic Way.  The balcony is also the perfect vantage point from which to spot whales, dolphins, and seals, while the rock ledges and caves of the cliffs are home to many beautiful seabirds – including fulmars, kittiwakes.

Vandeleur Walled Gardens

The Vandeleur Walled Garden is one of county Clare’s most beautiful botanical tributes to Ireland’s rich, natural history. Set amongst 170 hectares of native woodland – this hidden gem is nestled in the heart of Kilrush Wood, just 2 kilometers from the centre of Kilrush, County Clare, Ireland.


Vandeleur Gardens, Kilrush, County Clare, Ireland


Ireland’s oldest Perfume House

Perfumes, creams, soaps and candles inspired by the Burren, using natural and organic ingredients. A unique experience; watch the beautiful film about the Burren flowers, visit the manufacturing rooms, try the products, visit the shop. Enjoy a wander through the educational herb garden before enjoying freshly-baked apple pie in the Tea Rooms (March-October). Daily talks and tours on perfume, cream and soap-making during summer season. Admission free. Open daily year-round.


T: +353 65 708 9102

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Welcoming our visitors to Aillwee and The Burren for over 40 years.

From a ‘hole in the ground’ to ‘soaring with Eagles’ time spent at Aillwee Cave & Bird of Prey Centre is enjoyed by all. For three generations Aillwee Cave and Bird of Prey Centre has welcomed visitors to The Burren in County Clare. Our family gives your family a chance to explore a captivating and rarely-seen underworld; enjoy unexpected freedom with majestic Birds of Prey and indulge in the tasty rewards of smoky cheese or sweet fudge.


T: 065 707 7036

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Aillwee Cave Views


The Burren Smokehouse is a family-run business set up in 1989 in Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare by Birgitta and Peter Curtin. The owners believe in buying the best foods Ireland has to offer, as locally as possible. They source exclusively Irish, quality raw materials to produce a superb smoked organic salmon and other types of fish in the highly acclaimed, award-winning artisan smokehouse.

Call in and taste the Organic Smoked Salmon.


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View a world class wonder of nature!

Descending over 70 metres/200 feet, the largest free-hanging Stalactite in Europe and the third largest in the world is a must-see.

What is more astounding than the size, is that the Great Stalactite was formed from a single drop of water over thousands of years.

Explore the deepest point of the Burren underground at Doolin Cave and enjoy one of the most interesting geological Clare tourist attractions.


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Doolin Cave