information for visitors to Clare

Clare- gives you all the information you need to enjoy your visit to Clare. We've got articles on what you need to get here, how to travel around once you've arrived, and lots things you won't want to miss while you are in the Banner County - all this plus great offers on Car hire and accoomodation.

Clare is a great county to visit from the Bunratty to the Burren and Lough Derg to the Cliffs of Moher there is a wide range of things to see and do during the day. At night live music and "craic" abound in the pubs. Being so close to the sea Clare has many fine sea food restaurants and whether you choice of accommodation is hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, hostels, caravan park or campsite you'll find a warm welcome throughout County Clare.

If there is anything else you would like to see on get in touch with us here and let us know, we hope you enjoy your visit to Clare....


This weeks featured Clare area is Burren, County Clare - Tourist information
The Burren is the central region of North Clare it covers the land between the villages of Ballyvaughan, Corofin, Doolin, Kilfenora and Gort. Each year people with all levels of expertise, from the casual tourist to the dedicated botanist roam this lunar landscape. more.....
This weeks featured Clare activity is
Loop Head Adventures
Loop Head Adventures Explore the unexplored of County Clare, the very tip, the last sod, where few have gone before you. Bring hiking boots and rain gear and a wet or dry suit for swimming. Cycle around for the day. Spend the weekends here, camping out in tents or staying at local Bed and Breakfasts. more.....
This weeks featured Clare hotel is
Bunratty Manor Hotel
Bunratty Manor originally began as a B&B but soon advanced to 3* hotel standard. Wooden floors and restful guest rooms add to the charming and tranquil setting of the Manor. Bunratty Manor is located in the centre of Bunratty - and in close proximity to the historical Bunratty Castle. The village of Bunratty contains everything for the discerning traveller. Tax free shopping, fabulous restaurants and old fashioned Irish pubs where one can soak up the atmosphere of life in west coast Ireland. more.....
This weeks featured Clare attraction is
West Clare Railway
Providing memories of Ireland's rural narrow-gauge travel in the first half of the twentieth century, the full story of which is told in its museum in the old station house along with relics of West Clare's rural and musical past. more.....
This weeks featured Clare tour is
Driving In Clare

Driving is a great way to tour County Clare, many roads are relatively quiet and compared with many countries Irish motorists are uncompetitive, and have an easy driving style. Driving gives you great freedom, out on the open road you can stop when itís convenient to you; to walk down a country lane, to explore a picturesque shoreline or to take a picture. more.....

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