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Clare is widely known for its impressive coastline that graces the Atlantic Ocean. The County is rich in music, sport and outdoor activities. Seaside resorts such as Kilkee and Lahinch are very popular tourist destinations, while towns such as Ennis and Lisdoonvarna are perfect for evening entertainment and shopping. The county is home to some beautiful and scenic villages including Mountshannon, located on the shores of Lough Derg and Killaloe, which lies on the River Shannon.


Clare is home to The Cliffs of Moher. These towering cliffs are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction, standing 214m at their highest point and stretching 8km along the Atlantic Coast. There are several blue flag sandy beaches along the Clare coastline with Lahinch, Kilkee and White Strand in Miltown Malbay being the most popular.

Natural beauty

County Clare is home to an abundance of natural formations that make this county such a stunning place. The Burren is one of Europe’s largest karst landscapes. This vast limestone area is renowned for its selection of wild plants and animals. Doolin Cave is another natural attraction which is very popular in Clare. The cave contains the longest free-hanging stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere.

If you are planning a trip to Clare, there is a great selection of value for money B&B accommodation. Choosing a bed and breakfast is a great way of getting to know the local area and your hosts will be able to advise you on all the best places to visit.

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