Mill Road, Ennis, Co Clare
Log on to Clare County Library’s website at www.clarelibrary.ie. Click on the ‘Genealogy’ link and discover a treasure trove of resources which will assist you with tracing your family tree.
Ennis, Co Clare
County Clare has been voted in the top ten of The Lonely Planets "Best in Travel Guide 2010". With a number of fantastic cycle trails to choose from, some of which traverse the stunning Cliffs of Moher, historic castles, the Loop Head Peninsula, mountainous areas and shorelines, it is an ideal location for a cycling holiday. To experience some of the best of what Co. Clare has to offer at its best let Clare Cycling Tours take you on one or a number of their guided cycling trails. From ...
Deerpark, Doora, Co Clare
Horse and pony trekking for all levels across 70 acres of unspoilt land. Facilities include 2 outdoor arenas and one indoor arena. Horses suitable for beginners as well as advanced riders. Safety equipment is provided. Clothing and tack shop on site also.
Nooan, Kilnaboy, Co Clare
The County Clare Farm Heritage Tours Co-op is a co-operative of farmers who continue a tradition of farming in the Burren which dates back over 6000 years. Some areas of the Burren remain unchanged since the earliest activities of the first farmers, and these areas are regarded as important prehistoric landscapes that have survived the changes in the landscape throughout the millennia.
Church Street, Corofin, Co Clare
County Clare situated on the west coast of Ireland in the province of Munster suffered greatly from emigration over the last two hundred years. Between the years 1850 and 1880 an estimated 112 000 people emigrated from Co. Clare.