Ballyvaughan, Co Clare
Strewn with rocks from far away places, this shoreline provides several clues to the movement of ancient ice sheets across the Burren landscape. Pink coloured granite rocks from Connemara to the north and purple sandstone rocks from the Slieve Aughty Mountains to the east; share the shoreline with the native grey limestone rocks of the Burren.
Islandmcgrath, Clarecastle, Co. Clare
Imecofarm is a family fun and educational visitor farm. We have lots of activities including feed the farm animals, reptile display, indoor crazy golf, McGrath Clan Family origins, pony rides, pony and cart ride, dune buggy forest train ride, indoor hall with bouncy castle, cafe, toddler area, climbing castles, spiral slide and lots more! Many areas are indoor so plenty to do in any weather. Farm Forest and River Trails along the Fergus Estuary with Saltwater, Marshland, wetland and forest wi...
Carron, Co Clare
Slieve Carran Nature Reserve is just north of the village of Carron and it is a favourite place for local people when visiting the Burren. The nature reserve contains a rich array of flora and fauna as well as historical features such as an old oratory and a fulacht fia. Parking spaces are limited.
Merchants Quay, Kilrush, Co Clare
The Kilrush Shannon Dolphin Trail guides you around the attractions and facilities in the town that are related to the bottlenose dolphins.
Loop Head Peninsula, Co Clare
The Loop Head Peninsula in southwest Clare stretches from the seaside town of Kilkee to the lighthouse at Loop Head, overlooking the breathtaking expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. This remote area offers spectacular cliff walks with some of the most dramatic coastal views on the west coast of Ireland.