Bucket List Attraction in Clare
Are you looking for a taste of life on the edge? Well, you couldn’t do much better than the charming coastal county of Clare. Situated tucked away on the Cliff Coast, this unique and beautiful landscape has been beautifully shaped by the Atlantic elements.
County Clare offers families an oppertunity to make lifelong memories, think in years to come reminising about the time you went to see the Dolphins in Kilkee and almost fell in....or the moment you stood on a surf board for the first time!!
The Cliffs of Moher cruise is a spectacular journey below these world famous cliffs which tower over 700ft above the sea.
Explore the famed Clare landscape from the other side, in some of the county’s famous caves. Take a tour of this stony underworld of winding passages, strange rock formations and waterfalls.
From Archaeology to adventure, from geology to botany, discover the pristine beaches, the limestone mounts. Uncover magical caves, hidden churches and sacred wells. Visit the wild Burren and be amazed, be captivated, be free.
- Birds of Prey at Ailwee Caves
Home to one of the largest and most varied collection of Birds of Prey in the Ireland. See birds such as Eagles, Falcons, Hawks, Owls, and Vultures.
- Bunratty Clastle & Folk Park
Built in 1425 this is your opportunity to be King or Queen for the day! Set on 26 acres a stunning recreation of 19th Century Ireland allowing you to step back in time and discover how our rural Irish ansestors lived
- Irish Seaweed Safari
Learn how to identify & sustainable hand harvert irish seaweeds. Listen to stories of 'days gone by' and how seawees plays a vital role in rural Ireland.
- Loop Head & Lighhouse
On the splendid Loop Head Peninsula you’ll find this pristine lighthouse, right on the very western edge of Clare, Head to the top of the lighthouse to take it all in from a 90-metre height and keep an eye out for the 160+ dolphins that call these waters home.
- Doolin Caves
Doolin Cave, one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions, is home to the Great Stalactite which, at 23 feet, is the longest free-hanging stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere. From the moment you descend over 80ft into the first tunnel, with your guide, you will enter a world carved by water.
Father Ted’s house really does exist, not on Craggy Island but in north Clare. For Father Ted fans and Mrs Doyle 'wanna be' afternoon tea at Father Ted's parochial house is a must.Enjoy Mrs Doyles fine selection of organic home produce and a wide selection of teas by appointment only.