For Ceol Agus Craic take a Clare custom private tour in Ireland. Clare combines a long meandering coastline with the unbridled natural beauty of its landscapes and traditional Irish culture. The Atlantic Ocean has eroded the shoreline making unusual and magnificent formations on the rocks.
Home to the iconic and popular tourists attractions like Cliffs of Moher, Aillwee Caves and The Burren book your Clare private tours and you will not be disappointed. There are many lovely little towns in County Clare that are infamous for epic live trad music (traditional Irish music), sing songs and late night pub/bar sessions that will have you entertained for many nights.
The locals of Clare and Clare County are very hospitable and welcoming, and the food here is fabulous so try a pint of Guinness and some Irish Stew with traditional soda bread. Read More...
Clare Guided Tours See the Cliffs of Moher, Aillwee Caves and the Burren
Guided and Private Tour of Clare like tours to The Aillwee Caves will take you through caverns, along a flowing waterfall and under unusually shaped rock formations.
The Burren escorted tour's see the lovely County Clare in the south-west of Ireland with its incomparable landscape of bedrock incorporating enormous cracked pavements of glacial-era limestone.
Go to the edge of the world and visit The Cliffs of Moher on a guided tour see the purest and wildest form of nature on the planet at work.
The Very Best Clare Has to Offer
Doolin Cave And Cliff Walk
Guided Doolin Caves and Hill walks are very popular with tourists visiting the Clare region. The cave has enormous stalactites which many visitors say resemble a lot of animals including a giant squid. Guided walks along the sea cliffs from Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher will show you the breathtaking scenic beauty of this part of the World. Watch as the sea smashes off the cliffs creating this uniquely beautiful mountain range. With lush green fields on one side and the sprawling waves of the Atlan
The Burren escorted tours will take you to the lovely County Clare in the southwest of Ireland. It is a unique landscape of bedrock incorporating enormous cracked pavements of glacial-era limestone which can be found nowhere else in the world. The cliffs and caves, rock formations, fossils and archaeological sites are exclusive to this part of the Island of Ireland.
Bunratty Castle was built in 1400's and is one of the most complete and authentic medieval fortresses in Ireland. The castle still boasts original tapestries and works of art from that period. Book a Bunratty Castle medieval banquet with private tour they are the highlight of many tours in this region. Walking around the grounds take in the recreation of a 19th-century village it is awesome.
In the middle of the Burren In County Clare is The Aillwee Caves, guided private cave tours will take you to this underworld like nothing you will have seen before. The leisurely tour will take you through caverns, along a flowing waterfall and under unusually shaped rock formations. You will see brown bear bones which are now extinct and another marvel is the frozen waterfall.
Craggaunowen private tours of The Living Past Experience, is Ireland’s award winning Pre-historic Park. Come and explore the roots of the Celtic people and their homesteads of over 1,000 years ago. On the artificial island dwelling of Crannog find out what life may have been like for people in the Bronze Age and how they adapted. Learn about their hunting skills, and they adopted unreal cooking techniques.
The Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher guided tours will take you to the edge of the world, and you will see the wildest, purest form of nature on the planet at work. The rugged cliffs, mighty ocean, salty air, bird cries and picturesque scenery will show you why this is one of Irelands most popular tourist attractions and part of the Wild Atlantic Way.
From Kilrush Pier take a guided tour to the monastic Island of Scattery in County Clare. Named after the mythical monster said to be on the Island, it was the location of the 6th-century monastic settlement founded by St Senan. The holy well on the Island is said to have healing qualities and is a favourite stop on all tours to the Islands.
Travel Tips for Clare
Best Time To Visit Clare
Clare and Clare County can be visited at any time of the year as the weather in this region very unpredictable with short summers and long winters. The summer months from June to August are usually mild with a chance of sun, but Clare is right on the coastline so don't think that if you see the sun its warm. There may be restrictions to coastal sightseeing tours as they are all accessible weather permitting.
Typical Costs in Clare
Clare private tours and accommodation can be a little expensive than other regions in Ireland. Most of the top places to do sightseeing tours have an entrance fee. Eating out is very reasonable from in the local pubs/bars.
Know Before Visiting Clare
The weather is unpredictable so always be prepared. Ireland shuts down in terms of traders, shops and pubs (bars) for three days every year Holy Thursday, Easter Sunday and Christmas Day. Use accredited tour guides always and do not stray from your guide when you are on Cliff or Cave tours in this region.
Weather in Clare
The summer months from June to August are usually mild and sunny and lovely to visit coastal sightseeing hotspots. Autumn and spring are stunning and picture perfect. The winters are wet and harsh from October to February.