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Cliffs of Moher, Clare

The Cliff Coast: Hard land, warm hearts

Clare's coast makes up part of the Wild Atlantic Way's Cliff Coast, where ice-age landscapes meet west-coast warmth, and music is a way of life. It’s a place for clifftop walks, island-hopping, traditional pubs and soul-stirring views: rainbows in the ocean spray along the Loop Head Drive; colonies of puffins on the sheer Cliffs of Moher. Then there’s the otherworldly Burren – a vast limestone pavement rich with rare flora, crossed by ancient green roads. The Cliff Coast needs to be seen to be belived.


Discover the Wild Atlantic Way's Cliff Coast


Shannon Region Cycling TrailsWhy not hire a bike and explore one of the many Shannon Region cycle trails?

Shannon Region Walking TrailsEmbark on a walking trail to discover the stunning beauty of the Shannon region.

Cookery SchoolsDiscover the joy of cooking at your nearest cookery school.

The BurrenUncover a magical kingdom and botanist's paradise.

GardensVisit beautifully designed and maintained visitor gardens.

Walking tours and routesExplore and absorb the beauty of Co. Clare on foot.

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98FM activity challenge in Clare

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Take a little time for yourself with a relaxing break in Clare. Look forward to unique celebrations and seize the opportunity for the perfect family getaway in this beautiful county.

From traditional culture festivals to food markets, hiking and cycling the beautiful Shannon region, Clare offers the perfect escape. For the foodies, don't miss the array of wonderful things on offer from local artisan producers.

With the Cliffs of Moher - a 214m testament to Mother Nature’s creativity -  and the Burren - an otherworldly limestone landscape - at your fingertips, this is a county where beauty and history meet.

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