County Clare

County Clare (Contae An Chláir) (pop. 127,000) is an interesting county with a broad range of historic locations, cultural centres and varied  scenery between the River Shannon estuary to the south, Lough Derg to the east and the Atlantic coastline to the west and northwest. The most famous places are undoubltedly the spectacular Cliffs of Moher and the lunar landscape of The Burren, but Ennis, Ennistymon, Lisdoonvarna, the Loop Head Peninsula and the myriad lakes in the central and eastern parts of the county are also well worth visiting. (More…)

County Clare – ByRoutes & Special Pages:

ByRoute 1, taking in Killimer, Kilrush, Moyasta Junction; Carrigaholt, The Loop Head Peninsula; Kilkee, Doonbeg, Mutton Island, Quilty; Mal Bay & Spanish Point, Miltown Malbay; Liscannor Bay, Lahinch, Liscannor; Hags Head & the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Fanore, Black Head; Ballyvaughan Bay; Balyvaughan & Bell Harbour, Finvarra, New Quay & Burrin;

ByRoute 9, taking in O’Brien’s Bridge & Bridgetown, Sixmilebridge; Newmarket-on-Fergus, Castlefergus; Clarecastle, Kildysart; Labasheeda, Knock;

ByRoute 10, taking in Killaloe, Broadford, Kilkishen & Kilmurry, Quin;

Ennis & Beyond, including Kilmaley, Connolly, Kilmihil, Creagh.

ByRoute 11, taking in Flagmount, Feakle, Scarriff & Tuamgraney; Bodyke & O’Callaghansmills, Tulla, Spancel Hill, Barefield, Drumcliffe, Templemaley, Kilnamona, Inagh; Ennistymon.

ByRoute 12, taking in Crusheen & Ruan, Dysert O’Dea, Corrofin & Killinaboy, Leamanegh, Kilfenora, Lisdoonvarna.

There is a special section on The Burren.

Limerick City & Environs includes  Meelick, Partee, Ardnacrusha, Cloonlara, Cratloe & Rossmanagher, Bunratty, Hurlers Cross, Shannon Town, Shannon Airport, Kilconry, Clonloghan, Drumline.

The Shannon Waterways section of Lough Derg takes in .

See also County Clare Accommodation & Amenities.