County Clare

Discover County Clare

Tourist sites Restaurants, irish pubs Places to sleep Campings

County Clare : activities and sites to visit

  • Location

  • Type of site

What to expect?

Situated on the west coast of Ireland, in the province of Munster, County Clare is one of the areas that will take your breath away. First of all for its wild landscapes with extraordinary paces which make the Cliffs of Moher or the Burren, unmissable sites. But the wealth of the county does not stop there…

Discover an authentic region, still wild!

From the Cliffs of Moher to the lunar regions of the Burren…

Covering an area of 3,147 km², County Clare also has a population of more than 110,950 inhabitants, divided between small towns and countless picturesque villages along the Atlantic coast. The coastline is absolutely magnificent, and you will easily find fabulous bays, as well as numerous steep cliffs and other mountains offering you an unrivalled panorama.

If you want to get away from the coast, you will discover a land steeped in history, shaped by the rigours of a changing climate, as well as the repeated presence of ruined 15th century fortresses and other fabulous archaeological sites (you will find many dolmens and tombs dating back to the Stone Age).