Labasheeda, Co Clare
Aillroe shore is situated about 3 miles east of Labasheeda Village. You can catch Bull Huss Thornback Ray Dogfish and Conger. The best time to fish here is during the flooding tide.
Mountshannon, Co Clare
The Aistear Iniscealtra is a 4.5acre Community Park, situated in the centre of the village between the main street and the harbour. Pedestrian access has been developed from harbour to village via the gravel path. Over five hundred trees and shrubs have been planted along this walk to ensure the village is kept green and that the beauty of nature is never far away.
Derryoran East, Whitegate, Co Clare
Come horse riding on the trails throughout Co. Clare and the unique reion of the Burren where you can expeirence the true Irish spirit of horse riding. We are located in the rolling hills of the Slieve Aughty Mountains gazing down on the spectacular River Shannon.
Doonbeg, Co Clare
To provide for our visiting anglers, an exciting Irish Angling Holiday, to enlighten them on our traditions and culture, whilst observing due awareness for their safety, and the environment in which we fish.
West Clare, Co Clare
The Annageeragh River is located in West Clare. It flows out of Doo Lough a lake near the borders of Mullagh and Kilmaley and flows in a westerly direction for approximately 7 miles where it enters the sea near Quilty.
Clare is the home of outdoor adventure activities. From hiking & cycling tours to surfing, bird watching and sea cruises, Clare has it all.
Take a break from the mundane and let your spirits soar with an Irish activity holiday.
Ideally located on the west coast, Clare is a natural playground for relaxed holiday makers and the more adventurous adrenalin junkies.
Enjoy the beautiful coastline, Burren landscape and the breath taking cliffs of Moher