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Loop Head Peninsula

The West of Clare is magical, full of surprises if you take the time to explore them!

Nature, tradition and hospitality in one of the most beautiful areas Ireland has to offer... The West of Clare is probably best known as being home to the Cliffs of Moher but it also offers many unspoiled tourist spots off the beaten track!
Hospitality and Tradition in Clare
Natural elements shape the landscape which is fronting the crashing Atlantic waves and which are central to all the sights and activities in Clare, all along the Wild Atlantic Way from the dramatic cliff scenery at the Cliffs of Moher and the unique limestone landscape of the Burren to the equally impressive Cliff scenery extending from Kilkee to Loop Head.

West Clare is also where traditional Irish music has its home. Music is everywhere, you'll find it on one of the many festivals as well as in the lively sessions in the traditional pubs throughout the County, from Doolin in the North to Kilrush in the South [more about traditional music in west clare...]

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