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Leamaneh Castle

Leamaneh Castle

Kilfenora, Co Clare

Dating from 1460, the ruins of Leamaneh Castle are situated in the austere and magnificent surroundings of The Burren. The castle was initially a basic multistoried Irish tower house, which was built by Turlogh Donn, who was one of the last High Kings of Ireland and a direct descendant of Brian Boru.

Loop Head Lighthouse

Loop Head Lighthouse

Loophead Peninsula, Loophead, Co Clare

Loophead Lighthouse will reopen to the public in May 2014. Visitors have the opportunity to be guided to the top of the lighthouse and take in the magnificant views from the balcony. An informative, interactive exhibition also provides a history of the Lighthouse and allows the visitor to learn how the operation of this Lighthouse has progressed through the years. Admission: 5 per person with under 12s free. Toilet facilities and light refreshments available on site.

Loop Head Lighthouse

Loop Head Lighthouse

Loop Head Peninsula, Co Clare

Loop Head Lighthouse station is the major landmark on the northern shore of the Shannon River. Its cliff top position affords 300ft views of the sea down to Kerry Head and Dingle across the Shannon and up the Clare coast to the Cliffs of Moher to the north.

Martello Tower

Martello Tower

New Quay, Co Clare

Finnevarra Martello Tower and ruins of Gunners Quarters Newquay. Early 19th century Martello tower.

Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort

Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort

Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clare

Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort was built at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age around 950 BC.There is a self guided trail up to the Hillfort which is identified as the largest in Ireland. The largest and most spectacular hoard of prehistoric gold in Western Europe was found at Mooghaun Lough 1km north of the hillfort.