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Cahercommaun Stone Fort

Cahercommaun Stone Fort

Cahercommaun, Co Clare

Cahercommaun is situated on a burren hilltop over looking a wooded valley. The fort itself is quite worn down by time. The aerial shots you can see here give the best view of the structure.

Caherconnell Stone Fort & Visitor Centre

Caherconnell Stone Fort & Visitor Centre

Caherconnell, Co Clare

Caherconnell Stone Fort. Information gateway to the forts and tombs of the Burren. Ireland's only stone fort virtual tour. During your visit to Caherconnell you expeirence through audiovisual and animated presentations in English French German and Italian.

CaherMacnaughten Stone Fort

CaherMacnaughten Stone Fort

Cahernaughten, Co Clare

This fort was home to the famous O'Dabhoireann Law School. The O'Dabhoireann's were the hereditary legal family of the Burren. From their base in Cahermacnaughten they helped to maintain the Brehon tradition in the west of Ireland.

Cahermore Stone Fort

Cahermore Stone Fort

Cahermore (near the Aillwee Caves), Ballyvaughan, Co Clare

Cahermore stone fort is located near the Ailwee caves on the road from Ballyvaughan to Caherconnell. It is one of the forts in the Burren which was most likely occupied until late medieval times.

Carran Turlough Geosite

Carran Turlough Geosite

Carran, Co Clare

Walk the quiet roads of the Carron Polje - the largest karst depression in northwest Europe. This large hollow can be filled, very quickly, with a seasonal lake (Carron Turlough) when rainfall is high and groundwater wells up through underground springs. As the season dries it can empty just as quickly, as the water drains underground through subterranean channels and swallow holes.