28th October 2018 The Pavaillion, Lisdoonvarna, Co.Clare October Bank Holiday Weekend will see the 7th Annual Year of the Burren Food Fayre. The theme for 2018 is #TasteWithoutWaste and it will bring …Read More >>
Market Garden Trail
The Burren valleys are home to many market gardens, farms and beekeepers. Come and discover the secrets of the gardeners, take a Cookery Master Class, pick some fruit, visit the Farmers Market where you can chat with the growers and enjoy the best of locally produced seasonal food, follow the Market Garden Trail!
Burren Fine Wine and Food Nestled in the hills of the Burren in a century old stone coach house we specialise in summer lunches, afternoon tea, quality wines, and gourmet hampers. Lunches are a blend of local and regional ingredients accompanied by owner Cathleen’s baking and gardening skills.
T. +353 (0)87 763 3241 W. www.burrenwine.ie Location: Corkscrew Hill Road, (N67), Ballyvaughan Open: Daily, Mid May-mid September
T. +353 (0)87 9495 769 W. www.kinvara.com/farmersmarket Location: Main Street in the heart of Kinvara Open: Every Friday, April-November, from 10.00am-2.00pm
Ballyvaughan Farmers Market is located at St John’s Hall in Ballyvaughan, County Clare. Ballyvaughan Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 10am-2pm during the months of May-October. This year 2016 if opens on Saturday, 30th April.
You can find a range of fresh local produce and home-made foods including meat, fish, shellfish, cheese, honey, jams, jellies, sauces, other preserves, yoghurt, fresh vegetables and herbs as well as flowers, paper craft and other gifts. www.facebook.com/ballyvaughanfarmersmarket
Fitz’s Bar @ Hotel Doolin Famous for its traditional Irish music and nightly sessions along with its own beer called Dooliner. Stop in any time of day for a spot of casual dining – with mouth-watering local seafood and meats accompanied by fresh herbs and vegetables from their poly tunnel.
T. +353 (0)65 707 4111 Location: Fitz’s Cross, Doolin, Co. Clare W. www.hoteldoolin.ie Open: Year-round
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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 …Read More >>
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 …Read More >>
Benefits of Meditating in the Magnificent Burren Outdoors The Dalai Lama once said: “If every 8-year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within …Read More >>