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Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, Ireland, H91 AX26
Perhaps Ireland's most famous caves, with visitors centre. You can take guided tours of the caves, and learn about the caves in the limestone rock of the Burren's karst landscape.
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Number 4, RHO, Fanore, Co Clare, Ireland
Aloha Surf School runs surfing lessons in the heart of the Burren in Fanore, Co. Clare, Ireland. The beautiful Fanore Beach with all its space, solitude and uncrowded waves provides the ideal location for those wanting to learn to surf. We offer the highe
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Kilfenora, Co. Clare, Ireland
The Burren Centre introduces you to the unique Burren District. Visitors can explore its geology and geography, learn about the rich diversity of Burren flora and fauna and the history of man in the landscape.
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Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland
Dysert O'Dea Castle and Archaeological Centre in Corofin is known for its wealth of historical and archaeological remains. Built in 1480 the castle is now an archaeological centre with more than twenty five archaeological and historical sites. Notabl...
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Craggycorradan West, Doolin, Co. Clare, Ireland, V95 R299
Stunning, magnificent and once in a lifetime have been used to describe the wonder of the Great Stalactite. Descending underground through a world carved by water you feel a sense Mother Nature guiding you through the crisp air in the cave passages. As
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The Promenade, Lahinch, Co. Clare, Ireland, V95 Y9PR
Lahinch is a popular seaside town, and now you can enjoy the underwater life of the Atlantic in the aquarium or take a swim in the 25m pool. It is located on the promenade.
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Church Street, Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland
This is a centre which depicts Ireland in the early 19th century, and is also devoted to assisting people who wish to trace their ancestry.
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Lahinch, Co. Clare, Ireland, V95 KN9T
Just north of Lahinch, on the coast of West Clare, are the Cliffs of Moher. Natural ramparts against the might of the Atlantic, they rise in places to over 215m and stretch for almost 8km.
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Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare
Multi-purpose hall, capable of hosting many and varied community events and performances. It can accommodate circa 400 people seated (600 standing) in the main hall.
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