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County Clare is a ‘best place to go’ in 2018

The county of Clare has been listed as one of the ‘Best Places to Go’ in 2018 by renowned Frommer's Travel Guide. This comes as no surprise as this Mid-West region in Ireland is not only part of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic way, but is also home to one of Ireland’s most famous attractions, the Cliffs of Moher! Read on for a taster of the gems you will find in this scenic county.

Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most popular tourist destinations and should be experienced at least once in your lifetime.  At their highest, the cliffs stand at a whopping 214m, providing magnificent views over the Twelve Bens, Galway Bay, The Aran Islands and even as far as Dingle Peninsula in Kerry!

County Clare is a ‘best place to go’ in 2018

Blue Flag Beaches

Clare has an outstanding natural beauty and boasts some of the most gorgeous unspoilt landscapes in all of Ireland. Part of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way coastal route, it is home to several Blue Flag Beaches along its coastline with Lahinch, Kilkee and White Strand in Miltown Malbay being the most popular.

County Clare is a ‘best place to go’ in 2018

The Burren

The Burren is one of the largest Karst landscapes in Europe.  It is a geological phenomenon and is a place of outstanding natural beauty. A small portion of the area has been designated to the Burren National Park and is hugely popular with walkers, hikers and mountaineers.  The Burren is rich in historical and archaeological sites with fantastic megalithic tombs, ring-forts and even a high Celtic cross.

County Clare is a ‘best place to go’ in 2018


Doolin is a charming coastal village in County Clare. It is a place of breath-taking beauty and is renowned as the centre of traditional Irish music in Ireland. Due to its location it is ideal for outdoor activities such as surfing, fishing, walking, cycling and rock-climbing. 

County Clare is a ‘best place to go’ in 2018

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The best way to explore Clare and meet with the locals is by staying in a Clare Bed and Breakfast. Run by Irish families who know their area well, you will enjoy wonderful accommodation and hosts who will point you to all the hidden gems of the area.

County Clare is a ‘best place to go’ in 2018

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Posted: 01 Dec 2017 by Claire Regan | with 1 comments

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Shane McDonald
I love County Clare especially the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. I also recently found Father Teds house. Lots to do and see in the area.
26/01/2018 05:49:44
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