Summer Delights in County Clare - Beaches, Festivals, and Sunny Escapes

County Clare

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Book Top Experiences and Tours in County Clare:
If youʻre booking your trip to County Clare last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
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1. Cliffs of Moher

No visit to County Clare is complete without marveling at the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Rising dramatically from the Atlantic Ocean, these towering cliffs offer breathtaking views and a sense of awe-inspiring natural beauty. Take a cliff walk or visit the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience to fully appreciate this iconic landmark.


2. Dolphin Watching in the Shannon Estuary

Embark on a thrilling dolphin watching excursion in the Shannon Estuary. Hop aboard a boat and set sail on the sparkling waters to witness playful dolphins in their natural habitat. It's a memorable experience that will surely leave you with a newfound appreciation for these intelligent creatures.


3. Visit Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

Immerse yourself in Ireland's history and folklore by visiting Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Explore the magnificent 15th-century castle, stroll through the enchanting folk park, and witness lively reenactments of traditional Irish life. It's a captivating attraction that offers a glimpse into Ireland's rich past.


4. Scenic Drive along the Wild Atlantic Way

Embark on a scenic drive along the Wild Atlantic Way, one of the world's most breathtaking coastal routes. County Clare is blessed with stunning stretches of this iconic road, offering stunning vistas, dramatic cliffs, and charming coastal villages. Get behind the wheel and enjoy the freedom of the open road.


5. Doolin Cave and the Great Stalactite

Explore the magnificent Doolin Cave and marvel at the Great Stalactite, one of the world's largest free-hanging stalactites. Take a guided tour deep underground to witness this natural wonder up close. The cave's extraordinary formations and fascinating history make it a must-visit attraction in County Clare.