Clare- Tour.com 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 Clare-tour.com get in touch with us here and let us know, we hope you enjoy your visit to Clare....
Liscannor is a coastal village on the west coast of County Clare Ireland. This is a small rural village located at the end of Liscannor Bay, on the R478 road between Lahinch, to the east, and Doolin, to the north. It is noted as the birthplace of engineer and submarine innovator John Philip Holland.
A number of walking trails and cycle routes in County Clare give access to the richly scenic countryside. These sign posted walkways and cycle routes will help work up an appetite allowing you to stop en route at the many pubs and restaurants along the way.
Tour County Clare It is incredible that County Clare, which has some of Irelands most famous tourist amenities -- Shannon Airport, Bunratty Castle, Cliffs of Moher, and Lough Derg is still largely undiscovered. Vast tracts of Clare are awaiting exploration, and there are a range of diverse tours to help travellers get the most out of their Clare tour.
Cappabhaile is a superb facility located in the heart of the Burren, just outside Ballyvaughan, between Aillwee Cave and the Burren College of Art. Ballyvaughan is the natural capital of this amazing region which has the Galway Bay to the North, the Atlantic Ocean to west, and a line that would join Doolin, Kilfenora, Gort and Kinvara in county Galway. To further complement your visit to the Burren our guesthouse is only 35 minutes away from the famous 600feet high Cliffs of Moher which tower over the Aran Islands