County Clare has it all, the best in nature, music, culture and scenery. It is a county of great natural beauty and wonderful landscapes. Clare is also the traditional music capital of Ireland, with multiple music festivals and trad sessions throughout the county.
Some of the attractions:
Cliffs of Moher – the magnificent cliffs that attract tourists from all over the world, throughout the year.
The Burren – spectacular limestone landscape with a unique alpine flora , offers various hiking trails, wonderful coast line, the golden beach of Fenore, cute pubs, ancient Dolmen and much more.
The Wild Atlantic Way – travel the wild, rugged and enhancing Atlantic coast of Clare. Wonderful scenery and beaches, fun pubs and attractive villages guide your way.
Aillwee Caves – A well known attraction and one of Irelands oldest caves.
Lahinch – the Surf City of Ireland – where cool surf-dudes and girls in all ages get together from various countries.
Lahinch Golf course – fabulous view from this golf course that attracts golf lovers from all over throughout the year.
Miltown Malbay – the home of Willie Clancy festival where top musicians from all over the world gather and play just for the fun of it.
Kilkee Cliff walk – magnificent view and unspoiled, powerful nature at it´s best.
Loophead – The enchanting Loophead Lighthouse is located at the tip of the Loop Head Peninsula which is the furthest point west on the Clare coastline. Loophead offers lovely walks, beaches, culture and scenery.