Wild Atlantic Way – Coastline Route which was one of Lonely Planet’s Top Ten Destinations for 2015
Cliffs of Moher – world famous for their breath-taking scenery
Bunratty Castle and Folkpark – a medieval castle where a medieval banquet is served each evening. The park includes many typical Irish cottages, farm animals and a reconstructed historic village with school, doctor’s surgery, shops and pub.
The Burren National Park – Step out of the rat race and experience nature in total silence in this unique landscape
Lahinch Beach and Golf Course – Lahinch beach is world famous for surfing with surfers coming from all over ther world to surf on the Wild Atlantic Way. Lahinch Golf course is actually made up of two 18 hole golf course and is home to the South of Ireland Championships.
Kilkee Beach and Cliff Walk – Kilkee is a popular seaside resort in County Clare, it is home also to a cliff walk, this stunning walk starts from the unmissable natural swimming pools known as the Pollock Holes and passes great places of interest, a natural amphitheatre carved into the cliff face by formed by the waves over thousands of years, a natural blow hole in the rock face known as the Puffing Hole and next arriving at Intrinsic Bay, named after a ship which sank along with all 14 people on board in 1836.