County Clare is located in the West of Ireland. Some of Ireland's most dramatic scenery is found in the Burren in north County Clare and on the Atlantic Coast from Lahinch north to where the Cliffs of Moher fall 215 metres into the ocean below. Popular visitor attractions in County Clare include the Aillwee Cave, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Craggaunowen, Clare Archaeology Centre - Dysert O'Dea Castle, and Clare Heritage and Genealogical Centre. Places to stay include Ennis, Ballyvaughan, Quilty, Kilfenora, Tulla, Killaloe, Lisdoonvarna, Kilkee and Newmarket-on-Fergus.
Places to stay in Co. Clare include Ballyvaughan (6), Bodyke (1), Bunratty (9), Carrigaholt (1), Crusheen (1), Doolin (20), Doonbeg (2), Ennis (13), Ennistymon (5), Fanore (1), Kilfenora (2), Kilkee (5), Killaloe (1), Kilrush (4), Lahinch (7), Liscannor (1), Lisdoonvarna (11), Miltown Malbay (4), Mountshannon (3), Newmarket-on-Fergus (3), O'Brien's Bridge (1), Quilty (2), Scarriff (3), Shannon (4), Sixmilebridge (3), Tulla (1). Other towns include Bellharbour, Burren, Carron, Clarecastle, Clonlara, Cooraclare, Corofin, Cratloe, Drumcliff, Feakle, Killimer, Knock, New Quay, O'Callaghan's Mills, Ogonnelloe, Quin, Ruan, Spanish Point, Tuamgraney, Tullig.