Clare’s premier tourist attraction, The Cliffs of Moher was not built for the 1.8 million visitors it is now catering for, the CEO of Tourism Ireland has said.
Buses using backroads in North Clare is “a serious, dangerous issue”, public representatives in the county have declared.
*Pictured here at the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience from left are Jarlath O’Dwyer – Burren Ecotourism Network, Siobhan Nolan – Doolin Ferry Company, Joan Hamilton – Doolin2Aran Ferries, Helen Browne – Doolin Cave, Frances Connole – Burren Centre, Kilfenora, Geraldine Enright – Cliffs of Moher, Mark O’Shaughnessy – Cliffs of Moher, Birgitta Curtin –…
Clare Museum is now hosting an exhibition ‘Of Land and Sea’ featuring the work of three local artists.
*Bernd Goetz (cameraman); Mark Hammerl (sound engineer); Nathaly Janho (director); and Tony Kirby, Heart of Burren Walks, filming in the Burren National Park for the popular German travel programme called Service:Reisen Die Ratgeber. Photograph: Eamon Ward German TV station, Hessicher Rundfunk were filming in Clare this week along the Wild Atlantic Way with shots from…
US Vice President Mike Pence will stay at Trump Doonbeg when he visits Ireland next month.
RECENTLY, this paper has been highlighting something very close to my heart; the plight and opportunities that exist in West Clare. Being the son of eight families from “back West”, it’s still the place that I regard as home. This even though I find myself living in Dublin.
This summer has been the quietest in East Clare in over two decades according to hospitality providers in the region.
Love Island winners Greg O’Shea and Amber Rose Gill chose Co Clare as the location for their reunion as they spent their first weekend together in Ireland since leaving the villa.
Catering providers Brambles have been appointed as the operator of the Cliffs View Café at one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions.