Welcome to County Clare, in the West of Ireland!
The Wild Atlantic Way, from the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher to wind swept Loop Head Peninsula; the towns of Ennis, Lahinch, Kilrush and Kilkee; historic places like Bunratty and Knappogue; Lough Derg and the Shannon: the unspoiled natural beauty and the spectacular coastline are not the only assets of County Clare. It is also well known for the hospitality of its people, for the traditions of Irish music and dance and for the colourful small shops and cozy pubs. Our pages will give you an overview of what to see and what to do while staying in our county! >What to see and to do in Co.Clare
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If you're planning your holiday in Clare, please start thinking differently! >Find out how!
Some of the Best Places to Stay in Co.Clare!
Our links feature traditional holiday cottages, modern vacation homes and welcoming B&Bs, which are available to book directly on the individual websites! All these properties have been inspected by us and are presented in detail to give you the assurance that you'll get what you see! For a wider picture of available accommodation in Co.Clare we also present you selected hotels and B&Bs, which come highly recommended through our partners as well as others who have recently visited County Clare. These external & affiliate links to third party websites are especially marked. We are not responsible for the privacy & data handling standards nor the content of these websites, Facebook, Instagram and Google. >More about our accommodation offers.
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Supporting local business
This directory is supporting small independent business located in Co.Clare. We therefore include links to the websites of these businesses or publish contact information where there is no website. Again, these external links to third party websites are especially marked. We are not responsible for the privacy & data handling standards nor the content of these websites.
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