The Square, Carrigaholt, Co Clare
Open June to September. Located in the village square, The Dolphin and Nature Information Centre offers local tourism advice on land-based dolphin, whale and bird watching, and local walks of archeological and geological interest. Learn about the Bottlenose Dolphins at the Mouth of the Shannon and this remarkable habitat.
Roadford, Doolin, Co Clare
Doolin Cave is one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly authentic experience. 'The Great Stalactite' It is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world. The tour takes approx 1 hour because of environmental measures.
Doolin, Co Clare
This garden is designed to look very simple, but as one moves around it, you begin to find "hidden" pathways leading to other sections or mini gardens. The main thrust is two long grass runways which meet at a focal point. These are traversed by stone and gravel pathways which lead in and out of other areas. To a certain extent, you could call them show gardens as most of the plants you see are for sale in my nursery. It's good to be able to see mature plants of what you are buyin...
Ruan, Co Clare
Dromore Woods are located in the South Eastern part of the Burren region in Co. Clare. The reserve is approximately 400 hectares. It is owned by the state and it acquired recognition as a nature reserve in 1985 because of it's richness in flora and fauna.
Fanore, Co. Clare
Golden sand dunes, storm beaches of boulders stacked together by powerful waves, rocks rich in ancient marine fossils and smooth lime encrusted stones in the river bed of the Caher river – the only surface river in the northern Burren, are all to be discovered at Fanore Beach. Together with its diversity of flora, birdlife, butterflies and moths – and evidence of prehistoric hunters-gatherers living amongst the dunes, it is easy to understand why this beach is a Special Area of Conserv...