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Aillwee Cave

Aillwee cave

Aillwee cave is a stunning creation of nature. It was formed by the melt waters of a prehistoric ice age. The cave, carved out of limestone, cuts into the heart of the mountain.

Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher

These majestic cliffs rise from the Atlantic Ocean to a height of almost 200 meters (650ft) and extend for a distance of 8km.

Dunguaire Castle

Dunguaire Castle, KinvaraDunguaire Castle is a small 17th century castle on a rocky promontory, situated just outside the picturesque village of Kinvara on the shores of Galway Bay.

Beaches and Marinas of County Clare

Beaches in County Clare

Cappa Beach
White Strand, Miltown Malbay
Lahinch
Fanore
Kilkee
Killaloe
White Strand Doonbeg

Marinas in County Clare

Ballycuggeran Marina, Killaloe
Mountshannon Marina
Kilrush Marina

Beaches in County Clare

Cappa Beach, County Clare

A small rocky beach with a small pier and harbour. Close to Scattery Island which is a worthwhile place to visit. A good place for birdwatchers.

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White Strand Beach, Miltown Malbay

Close to Lahinch. Relatively small sandy beach with rocky shoreline. There are good walks around the headland.

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Lahinch Beach - County Clare

Resort town, with beach facing the open Atlantic Ocean. A large crescent-shaped sandy beach close to Liscannor. Close to the Burren area with its unique limestone landscape.

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Fanore Beach - County Clare

Exposed beach to the Atlantic swell. Golden Sand and delicate limestone cliffs. Close to the heart of the Burren area which can be fascinating for the botanist, zoologist, archeologist and geologist to explore.

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Kilkee Beach

Holiday resort town, crescent shaped beach of golden sand shelves gently seawards. The beach has a number of interesting pools and good cliff walks.

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Killaloe Beach

Holiday resort town, crescent shaped beach of golden sand shelves gently seawards. The beach has a number of interesting pools and good cliff walks.

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Whitestrand Beach, Doonbeg

A sandy beach which is in a designated a Natural heritage area of ecological importance it is also a Special area of Conservation (SAC)

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Marinas in County Clare

Ballycuggeran Marina

A small lakeside bathing area in a designated area for conservation. Lough Derg is one of the major freshwater lakes of Ireland. The area is of significant ecological interest with five habitats listed on the EU Habitats Directive.

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Mountshannon Marina

Municipal marina located on Lough Derg on the River Shannon. Frequented by hired river cruisers.

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Kilrush Marina

Municipal marina, built in protected harbour which is accessed by lock gates. Full marina facilities including club house

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