Kilrush Creek Marina, Co Clare
Dolphin Discovery departs from Kilrush Creek Marina on 2 hourly dolphin watching trips to view the resident group of bottlenose dolphins in the Shannon Estuary.
The Square, Carrigaholt, Co Clare
Each two-hour dolphin watching boat trip is an opportunity to see and learn about Bottlenose Dolphins as they interact with each other in their native habitats. This Special Area of Conservation is home to about 140 dolphins, as well as, grey seals, gannets, razorbills and falcons; even a herd of wild goats. We are that little bit further West, which makes all the difference, as we take you on (probably) the most thrilling adventure of your holiday!
Fisherstreet, Doolin, Co Clare
Doolin Cliff Walk provides a guided walk from Fisherstreet in the Doolin Village of County Clare, along the sea cliffs leading to the Cliffs of Moher. The walk will be guided by local historian and farmer, Pat Sweeney who will follow a trail route along the coast and above the Doolin cliffs. With the green fields of cows and sheep on the local farms on one side and the pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean on the other, this is a unique way to experience the stunning views and breath-taking rural...
Clare, Co Clare
County Clare has been fortunate in securing a number of excellent new Loop Walks as part of the Shannon Trails/Failte Ireland initiative. There are three in East Clare and one in Mid Clare.
East Clare, Co Clare
The East Clare Way is 172km in length and ascends some 3,000metres. Allow an extra 15km for detours to accommodation. It can be comfortably walked in 8 days with stage lengths ranging from 20 to 30kms.