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...
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...
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...
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.