Clare (county) Travel Guides

Clare (county) spotlight

What to see and do in County Clare – a guide to notable attractions and landmarks

From fishing to traditional dancing, County Clare offers a large variety of activities for all ages and at most times of the year. Whilst the summer sees people flock to the seaside towns to sunbathe and indulge in the watersports, the cooler month’s offer horse riding, coastal walks and medieval tours. With Ireland’s traditional music and dancing being popular in every town, entertainment is plentiful and friendly locals welcome everyone to join in.

View full guide

Where to eat in County Clare - a food and dining guide

County Clare’s dining scene is quite traditional and varies between fine dining seafood restaurants or traditional pubs serving home cooked meals, as well as bars and cafes throughout the towns. The location of County Clare, with the Atlantic Ocean to the west, means that the seafood is spectacular but in recent years Asian and fusion foods are also becoming more available.

A County Clare guide – natural beauty, traditional music and cosy pubs

Set on the stunning West Coast of Ireland, along The Wild Atlantic Way, County Clare is one of the most perfect places for a romantic weekend away or a fun-filled week with the family. County Clare has music events, food festivals and plenty of adventure activities for everyone. From the tiny streets and bustling nightlife in the main city of Ennis, to the charismatic village of Doolin, the people of County Clare will welcome you with open arms.

Search for Clare (county) hotels