Welcome toThe Burren Ecotourism Website

Businesses listed on this site are members of the Burren Ecotourism Network (B.specialofferE.N.) and  adhere to the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark Code of Practice. We are committed to the promotion of responsible tourism that conserves the environment and improves the well being of local people. We offer authentic experiences and can’t wait to show you how wonderful the  Burren is!

 

Cathleen’s Story was featured at the World Travel & Tourism Council
Summit in April 2017 as part of the Tourism

Transforming My World

 

 

 

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“Some projects of the Burren Ecotourism Network have been part-funded by the LEADER Programme, through the National Development Plan and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development”

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Irish Herbal Roots 18 Aug Events
Burren Wild Herbal Workshop

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Wild Writing – Paul Kingsnorth at The Boghill Centre

What does writing look like when it is exposed to the wildness outside our bubble of convenience? What...

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Irish hospitality at its best – Connecting the past and the present

In June 2018, seventeen members of the Lally and Masse clan from the United States stepped into the Roadside Tavern for refreshments. Now, Ireland is well known for its warm hospitality and …

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Aillwee bear was living alongside first Irish settlers

1. In 1976, hundreds of animal bones were discovered in Aillwee Cave when it was first developed as a tourist site. Botanist Brian Ottway of University College Galway collected these …

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