Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare
Lisdoonvarna (Lios Dúin Bhearna, meaning the Fort of the Gap) is set within a landscape of steep shale hills, interspersed with the deep gorges of the Aille, Gowlaun and Kilmoon rivers. Where the upper shale layer meets the underlying limestone a number of mineral springs rich in sulphur, iron, magnesium and calcium emerge, providing Lisdoonvarna with the health-giving water that has attracted visitors to the town for over 150 years.
Kilbaha, Kilrush, Co Clare
Loophead Lighthouse will reopen to the public in April 2015. Visitors have the opportunity to be guided to the top of the lighthouse and take in the magnificent 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, €2 per Child, Family ticket €12 (2 adults and up to 3 children). Toilet facilities and light refreshm...
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.
Lough Bunny Nature Reserve, Boston, Burren, Co Clare
Explore the shoreline of this mysterious lake – where no streams flow in or out. Seek out the unique karst limestone features of freshwater lakes such as the peculiar egg-box shaped solution hollows. Here you stand between the ancient limestone pavements of the Gort lowlands which extend eastwards towards the Slieve Aughty mountains and the younger limestone hills which rise up to the west.
Killaloe, Co Clare
Lough Derg is the largest and one of the most beautiful of the lakes on the River Shannon. By travelling the roads that hug the shoreline you can enjoying the beauty of Lough Derg, the largest lake on the river Shannon.