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The Wild Atlantic Way, 1600 miles (2600 km) in length, is one of the longest defined coastal route in the world. It winds its way all along the Irish west coast from the Inishowen Peninsula in the north down to the picturesque town of Kinsale, County Cork, in the south.

The coast of West Clare is just over an hours drive from Bunglasha.

Surfing at Lahinch

The West Coast of Ireland is renowned for its big waves and great surfing beaches. From Lahinch in Clare, North through Galway, Mayo and Donegal or South along the Kerry coast, Ireland has some of the best waves to be found.


Cliffs of Moher

One of Ireland’s favourite visitor experiences, the Cliffs of Moher tower over the rugged west Clare coast.  Walk the safe, paved pathways and view the famous Cliffs on Europe’s western frontier and enjoy the spectacular vistas over the Atlantic Ocean and the Aran Islands.

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The Burren

The Burren, from the Gaelic word “An Bhoireann” is an area close to 125 square miles of limestone rock covering imposing majestic mountains and tranquil valleys with gently meandering streams.

This is a geologically distinctive landscape on the Western seaboard of Ireland and has been inhabited for over six thousand years.

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Aillwee Caves

Aillwee Cave is a cave system in the karst landscape located in the heart of the Burren In County Clare, 40 minutes from Bunglasha.

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Loop Head

Loop Head, is a headland on the north side of the mouth of the River Shannon, in County Clare in the west of Ireland. Loop Head is marked by a prominent lighthouse.

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