Fanore, Co. Clare

Fanore is a small village in Co. Clare, on the west coast of Ireland. It is renowned for its extensive sandy beach. Fanore is very popular with walkers, surfers, tourists and is particularly interesting to botanists due to its location on the edge of the Burren which is renowned for its unique flora and fauna. There is a surfing school in close proximity to the beach.

Gardens

Ardcarraig Garden Galway
Ardcarraig
Galway City, Co. Galway
There is nothing quite like Ardcarraig, perhaps because people don’t try to garden in such apparently inhospitable spots among the rocks and heather. Yet the sights to be seen in this 5 acres of hillside where Lorna McMahon has developed he ...

Golf

Golf
Woodstock Golf & Country Club
Ennis, Co. Clare
Course Type: Parkland
Woodstock Golf & Country Club provides a stern parkland challenge. The first 4 holes are straight - forward enough but don't be lulled. This course is built on top of a very windy hill and if it blows you need to have your fade worked out. Th ...

Self Catering

Selfcatering
Kinvara Suites
Kinvara, Co. Galway
"The luxury of a hotel suite, the privacy and freedom of home together with a beautiful design." Kinvara suites are situated within a newly converted 18th century stone hayloft. They are set back from the road in a secluded garden in ...

What's On

Ennis Farmers Market - County Clare - Friday Mornings
Ennis Farmers Market

Upper Market Street Car Park

Fridays 8am - 2pm

Contact:

Dave Smith - Chairperson EFM

digger@ireland.com

086 159 7630

Regular gene ...

Tourist Attractions

Aillwee Cave - Ballyvaughan County Clare Ireland
Aillwee Cave
Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
Visitors to this 2-million-year-old cave will see more than the amazing illuminated tunnels and waterfalls, for there is also much of interest to food lovers - at the Farm Shop, for example, you can watch the award winning Burren Gold Cheese bei ...

Wedding Venues

Ard Bia Restaurant Galway City
Ard Bia Restaurant
Galway City, Co. Galway
Ard Bia, literally High Food, is an appropriate moniker for this highly-regarded restaurant that is a member of the BIM Seafood Circle, which recently moved from cramped premises on Quay Street to an attractive riverside location - the stone-buil ...
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