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Beauty Of The Burren Walks
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Scenic Walking Areas, Hiking Trails
Doughmore Bay
Beaches, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Bodies of Water
The Burren
Geologic Formations
Cliffs of Moher
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Loop Head
Geologic Formations, Scenic Drives
Bridges of Ross
Geologic Formations
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Cliffs of Moher Liscannor
#1 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
Visited October 21st Easy to park Fair pricing Easy access to cliffs even with a double buggy Friendly staff Nice gift shops Fabulous scenery and walks Lovely tourist/holiday feeling whilst there
... video before heading out to see the cliffs The views are absolutely majestic, even in the rain, fog and high winds, we were able to see the cliffs Watching mother nature from this vantage point was breath taking.
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Scattery Island Kilrush
#2 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
Whether you are interested in ancient religious history, Irish mythology, nature, the history of Shannon pilotage, you will find so much to fascinate you.
The unspoilt nature of Scattery Island is amazing, from the hawks flying overhead, the rabbits running freely and the beautiful scenery this Island is definitely worth a visit !!
Castlefergus Equestrian Quin
#3 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
Ballyhannon House Quin
#4 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
We stopped at castles, parks, local pubs, and enjoyed the scenic views of the Ring of Kerry and Killarney National Park.
Clare Coastal Walk Project Doolin
#5 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
Due to recent rain we could only do the Liscannor to Cliffs of Moher this time but without doubt this is where you have the greatest views - a lovely day out to do the Liscannor to Doolin walk & there is Park & Ri...
Park your car (or get a ride) to the parking area by O'connors Pub in Doolin.
Burren Birds of Prey Centre Ballyvaughan
#6 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
... say a massive thanks to Tracy, Michael and an extra big thanks to James our hawk walk guide for making this a fantastic and fun filled day one I would highly recommend to anyone with a love of nature and animals.
The caves are an amazing display of mothers nature in all her beauty.
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Hag's Head Liscannor
#7 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
Take in the sounds of the waves crashing against the cliffs, feel the soft grass beneath your feet as you trek along the paths, feel the soft breezes on your face and take in all that nature has to offer.
A lovely walk along the cliffs from the Cliffs of Moher car park (busy).
Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark The Burren
#8 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
This place may interest many who are looking for archaeology to adventure, from geology to botany, there is something at the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark to attract you and get you close to nature.
Amazing day - Cliffs of Moher in the morning and Burren National Park in the afternoon
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Loop Head
#9 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
breathtaking, nature powerful
Drive a aways, park your car, walk a while then drive a ways again.
Doolin Cave Doolin
#10 of 49 Nature & Parks in County Clare
Informative close to nature, worth seeing and something mythical about exploring caves - perfectly safe and beautiful to look at
Amazing food, nature trail, and guided tour!
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