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Lough Bunny Geosite

Lough Bunny Geosite

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.

Lough Derg Drive

Lough Derg Drive

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.

Martello Tower

Martello Tower

New Quay, Co Clare

Finnevarra Martello Tower and ruins of Gunners Quarters Newquay. Early 19th century Martello tower.

McKernan Handweavers

McKernan Handweavers

Tuamgraney, Co Clare

Visit McKernan's workshop and showroom. Experience Eugune working his magic on late 19th century looms here he turns Anke's contemporary designs into colourful scarves, waistcoats and throws. Bringing together traditional techniques and time-less design.

Michael Cusack Centre

Michael Cusack Centre

Carron, The Burren, Co Clare

New visitor centre dedicated to Gaelic Athletic Association founder Michael Cusack. Discover his Gaelic legacy of hurling and Gaelic football at the centre of the Burren region 1km from Carron village.

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