Seafield, Quilty, Co Clare
This beach is 2 miles south of Seafield and access is from the northern end. The main point to fish is the freshwater outlet and bottom fishing is the best using sandeel and lugworm which catches bass and flatfish.
Bunratty, Dunguaire and Knappogue Castles, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Co Clare
At the Castle Banquets you will experience the banqueting style of the medieval era; intimate bench seating, dim candlelight and long oak tables,good food, wines fun and merriment. An expeirence not to be missed & a highlight of your visit to the Clare region is the Medieval Castle Banquet expierence at Bunratty, and Knappogue Castles.
Mooghaun Woods, Dromoland Estate, Co Clare
Mooghaun hillfort (spelled Moghane in Irish) located in Co. Clare is thought to be the largest hillfort in Ireland. Built just after 1260-930 B.C. it is situated "on a low hillock in a fairly gently undulating landscape of good agricultural land dotted with many small lakes".
The Promenade, Kilkee, Co Clare
We offer a wide variety of activities at nevsail. We run a kids summer camp all summer long. We teach approved ISA & ICU courses in sailing/ powerboating/ kayaking and canoeing for both adults and children. Group days out are also a great hit.
Kildysart, Co Clare
Located two miles on the west side of Kildysart village. You can fish on the eastern end produces conger dogfish bull huss thornback ray and freshwater eels with crab mackeral and freshwater eel as bait.